November 07, 2010

Indian Summer

"We have been enjoying the delightful stretch of warm, sunny days known as 'Indian Summer'—perhaps the nicest weather of the entire year. Brilliant blue skies, highs in the perfectly comfortable seventy-degree range, light breezes—in other words, ideal! Indian Summer is loosely defined as the warm, dry, quiet period of weather that follows the first killing frost. There really is no meteorological significance to Indian Summer—it doesn't portend anything about the upcoming winter or reflect on the summer just past. Indian Summer is simply a time to try to slow down and savor the good fortune of living in Colorado!"—Ch7. Chief Meteorologist Mike Nelson
From A Minute at the Hive


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