Roger here.... We have been experiencing several unusually chilly and rainy days (highs in the fifties and low sixties). The weather forecast a couple of evenings ago indicated that the rains were over and the temperatures were to rise. Dianne was cooking dinner while I was lugging the outdoor cushions back outdoors. Then I looked up. Wow. The sky was ablaze. I ran inside the motor home to get the camera. I was too late to get a shot of an amazing rainbow, but look at the outrageous shots I did get.
Even the more subtle colors were awe-inspiring in these vast western skies.
Our friends, Mike and Brenda, and their fluffy white dogs, Lucy and Lucky, wandered down the street while I was taking the sunset pictures.
The next few days were wonderful with sunny temperatures in the mid-seventies and low eighties. AND THEN IT SNOWED. It snowed on an eighty degree day --- South Texas style ---- BLACK. Check out the black snow drift in front of the coach house.
South Texas snow is a phenomenon that occurs when one of the local farmers burns his sugar cane fields. It typically occurs at least one time a year, without warning. The weather app on our cell phone gave us no warning, whatsoever.
The pet picture of the day was taken a couple of nights ago on Dianne's action-motivated wildlife cam from our back yard. Say hi to one of our local coyotes.