For the last week and a half, we've had great weather in central Indiana. No precipitation -- neither rain nor, thank the fates and the weather patterns -- snow -- had fallen. The sun was shining.
Yesterday, however, it was rainy and overcast with temperatures in the 40s. As of now, it's overcast with rain clouds and temperatures are in the high 30s.
That's an example of the fickle weather in this part of the country. Here's another one:
On March 25, 2007, I saw that the grass on the lawns in my neighborhood was that emerald-green tint that shows that it had started to grow after cold weather had left.
And if I remember correctly, the high one day that month was 75 degrees.
But on April 12, 2007, snow fell.