Had a bit of a thunderstorm last night that has left us here in Franklin County with no power until Saturday pm. The knitting time will be shorter with no light after 8pm but it CAN be done.
Many trees and power lines fell victim to a storm that lasted less than a half hour but was so fierce it scared the bajeevies out of ME. I love t-storms but that was over the top. As storms go it was a real show off.
The temp went from 100 degrees during the day down to 50 by 11:30pm. Went to bed at 10 sweating and whining and an hour later I was wrasslin' wind tossed porch furniture and running crazy around the house to shut windows. Weather experts are not saying a thing as to what went through. No matter what it was, it sure left a mess. One that will last us for days. No wireless phones, my cell is fussier than usual, no school, no businesses open. Kinda spooky. We're used to this in the winter. Throw the food in a snow bank and you're good until the lights come back on. Not this time. We're just gonna watch that frozen food defrost despite all the efforts to keep the freezer door shut tight. It's too warm to save it.
On the up side? Broke the heat wave.