"My parents didn't want to move to Florida, but they turned 60 and that's the law," joked Jerry Seinfeld.
When your kids are young, you teach them. When you get older, they teach you. "Only pay for what you actually use," my oldest son preaches. I love the idea of having a place in the Sunshine State, but I honestly don't want to watch that much of "The Weather Channel." Hurricanes freak me out. So we rent a place on the Panhandle and pray for mercy and redemption along with the full-time Florida residents. Suddenly, our severe thunderstorms seem tolerable. Some of the computer models bring Hurricane Jose perilously close to New England in three days. This will wind up being the most destructive and expensive hurricane season since 2005.
A run of 80s has helped with crop maturation, according to Mark Seeley. Expect 80s and a few strong to severe T-storms later today, but a cooler front dries us out on Sunday. Warmer air returns next week, and September should wind up milder than average. Another super-sized autumn for Minnesota? Probably.