The weather seemed to be the perfect temperature during Bill and Kayla's visit - except for the last day which was cold. We had a few perfect days since until Tuesday and Wednesday. Unbelievable Heat Wave. Roseburg broke a record of 90 degrees on the 25th of April. How dare it be warmer in Oregon than in Salt Lake!
We had watched the news to learn of how much longer. We were told that yesterday would be hot but not as bad as the last two days. The next week predicted a drastic drop in temperature and rain. Of course, we'll get rain. We can make that happen just by putting up our A/C. At first, Roland was just going to do our bedroom, and wait to install the A/C in the main room. After watching the news, I thought he might in the bedroom, but he ended up doing both. After he had placed each one in the window, he turned them on to a nice cool temperature. As it turned out, we didn't even need them on - well, at least not the one in the bedroom.
I don't know what the temperature was outside, but I'm certain that the cool winds made it feel below 70. In the morning it was 66 - three degrees lower than Salt Lake - that has been a first for a while. But Las Vegas has always had blazing temperatures. How miserable for Corey to be there.
I shut off the bedroom air and put up the windows because it was less costly, not blowing on me directly, and not as noisy. When we retired to bed, we could hear thunder - a noise I have not been greatly familiar with since we moved to Oregon. I did not hear any rain, however. There is rain now, just a light one barely tapping at the skylight. It may have been lightly tapping all night. I didn't notice as I was asleep - except at one thirty when I retrieved some blankets I had folded up earlier and thought I would need them again.
I got up and closed one of the windows and added another cover to the bed as I figured Roland was cold. This morning he thanked me for the blanket and asked if I had gotten cold. No. I was comfortable. I left one window open. Neither had been open wide. Each was just an inch or so. That was enough. Now they are both open. Still not that wide. I am comfortable with whatever temperature it is now.