Monday, October 22, 2007

World Series Bound; California Ablaze

Our Boston Red Sox are in the World Series!!!!! What a great ten days it is going to be for us Boston sports fans. The first game is Wednesday night at 8:00PM and it will finally start to feel like fall in SNE. Temperatures during the game will likely start around 50 degrees and fall into the 40's during the course of the game. Lows overnight Wednesday and early Thursday mornining will be in the 20's and 30's in the suburbs. Lows will be around 40 degrees in the city of Boston. Thursday's World Series game two will go off without a hitch and even be a tad warmer, probably in the 50's.

All the while southern California is on fire and over a quarter of a million people have been evacuated from their homes in recent days. This has been a growing inevitable problem because southern California basically saw no rain last winter, meaning they have not seen appreciable rains in nearly two years which has caused the vegitation to dry and become fuel for these raging infernos, threatening homes and people's livelihoods.

I will have more on the California wildfires, the World Series forecast, and our own extended forecast which proves to get much colder than we are used to in the next couple of weeks, all tomorrow. Until then bask in the glory of the Sox winning the ALCS.

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