Monday, March 19, 2012

Perfect cricket-reading weather

I arrived home last evening from work, poured a cold beer, sat under a ceiling fan and read about CRICKET.
I love reading about cricket on warm evenings.
DUBUQUE'S warm spell continued yesterday, when the 80-degree temperature meant the city had set or matched a record high for five consecutive days.
That trend could continue at least through today. The record high for March 19 is 77 degrees, set in 1921. The forecast calls for 77 today.
The current forecast also calls for a week's worth of thunderstorms beginning tonight. Those should reduce temperatures to below-record levels.
That means at least one more evening of perfect cricket-reading weather.


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