We got some wild weather yesterday afternoon. It had been a warm 17C (62F) when Joan, Skye, and I climbed into the car for a trip to McBride. When we got down the Fraser River, the wind was kicking up dust from the beaches and blowing it across the road. It was like driving in a heavy fog where you couldn’t see anything until you were right up on it. There were white caps on the Fraser.
The wind ripped and roared the whole time we were in town, and you could feel the temperature dropping all the while. An hour later as we were returning home the temperature was down to 7C (44F). It rained then for the rest of the afternoon and into the night.
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