The other day I picked up a few books at Palmer Home-- 1/2 price, $0.50. I'm just now getting around to cataloging them. About 20 minutes ago I was cataloging Instant Weather Forecasting by Alan Watts (Dodd, Mead & Company, New York, 1968). It's a nifty little book. It has pictures of various skies and an explanation as to what they portend on the facing pages. Hey! I'll play along.
|This is the sky pictured in the book which most closely resembles what the sky above me looked like about 20 minutes ago.|
|This is the facing page which says "Imminent rain or snow; ... Rain (or snow) within the next 20 minutes."|
|And this is what the sky above looked like 20 minutes later, just as it started to rain!|
Is that wild or what? You know what this means, don't you? Give me a couple more days of practice and I'll never have to rely on weather dot anything ever again! I am thrilled.