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Not quite Sweater Weather

Posted by Deniz Gungor on Monday, December 4, 2017

One of my mottos: Why be inside when you can be outside?

Call it global warming, climate change, the South, etc., it’s hard to not enjoy this weather. Although we are in December right now, it feels more like October. Temperatures have been in the 60s and 70s, cooler in morning and evening but warming up during the day. Honestly, it’s perfect. I’m sure people from the north with colder climates aren’t used to it, but it’s so easy to get accustomed to it.

However, all good things must come to an end. I checked the weather app tis morning, and it seems that today is the last day of warm winter, so it will be actually cold starting this week. There was even a little snowflake forecast for next week, but who knows if it will actually snow or just get really cold.

My new spot I found yesterday to enjoy this beautiful weather

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