By Mike Barnett
A blast of cool greeted me as I stepped outside Sunday morning, a welcome respite from a week of 100-degree temperatures last week. Does that mean fall has arrived? Hardly. I reckon we’ll face more hot weather.
That’s the thing about Texas . We take a lot of ribbing because we don’t have distinct weather changes like our northern cousins. It may be 95 degrees in February in the Lone Star State. Spring can turn to summer in April. Mild temperatures—like last year—make you wonder what winter is. And in the fall, we don’t have the wholesale changing of the leaves as those further north enjoy. What little color we do have may show up after Thanksgiving.Read More