but not snowy, alas.
Just rainy, dreary, and cold. (BOO!) And, it doesn't look to improve today at all.
And, of course, today is the day I have scheduled to run my errands. Thinking it may be better to postpone until tomorrow.
Although, this time of year is always hit-or-miss. December in Georgia can be warm, sunny and Fall-like, or it can be wet, cold and dreary. We never have snow this early, but winter is usually beginning to sneak into town by now. The past five or so years have been very warm and fairly dry – we had a 100-year drought going on. This year, it seems all that has changed and we are having one of the wettest Falls on record. We had a 100-year flood (we like to do things big down here in the South) that people are still recovering from, and we are falling into a pattern where at least two days each week is wet, rainy and cold.
I don't mind the rain too much – especially now that I work at home 100% of the time. I just put my slippers on, turn on some cheery music, and watch the rain fall while I work.
I remember growing up in Savannah – our Decembers were even more unpredictable than they are here in the North Georgia area. Some days the temperatures were in the 80's and then they would fall into the (brrr) 50's. It's never too cold down there. The coastal weather is usually pretty mild.
I think that is one of the reasons I like living where we are so much. We have more "real" seasons than they do down there. Nothing as extreme as my friends in Minneapolis, but we at least know when it is Fall, Winter, Spring, or Summer.
This year, I'm just hoping for a cold, but dry Christmas. I'm not so sure I'm going to get my wish, though.