After the storm the sun came out just as it was beginning to go down. It looked like someone had turned on a giant spotlight. The wind was fierce today and we had many warnings and watches. Odd for October in Michigan. They are calling it the second most powerful storm ever to hit this part of the country.My head hurt as I got up this morning with such pressure I had never felt before. I turned on the tv news and they reported that the barometric pressure was lower than it had ever been. WOW! The winds so high it was breaking records all across the country.. here in Michigan with
all the lakeshore we have it was quite spectacular.
Hmmm 26 foot waves.. now that I gotta see! Here is a picture posted on the weather blog I visit.. I guess bigger ones will be posted tomorrow.
As the sun sets, clouds are racing across the evening sky. Tomorrow it may not rain, but we will remember the wind that brought down the leaves from the trees and the crisp autumn air that followed it.Fall in Michigan changes minute by minute, you never know what you are going to get. You have to keep track of things to know what kind of coat to wear and if you will need an umbrella or shovel by the end of the day. It was a good thing that yesterday I went and pulled all my leaves the front of our yard. Now they are just blowing down the street to parts unknown and I won't have to worry about the city picking them up. Well I guess it was going to happen sooner or later.. the token picture of leaves from me...and the last(?) picture of the bare trees 2010.