A slice of life in a small town on the East End of Long Island
Friday, July 22, 2011
Bonac heat wave
As the rest of the northeast was wilting away yesterday, we were socked in with fog and a very overcast day which made for a pleasant way to escape the extreme heat. It was downright chilly in the morning as I sat in front of the open window checking my email. By 2pm the temperature registered 78 degrees on my car thermometer, while the radio was announcing the 90s in and around NYC. I was happy to know that although it was humid, it was not stifling, and we were escaping the worst of the heat wave.
Today may be different, I don't know, but for one day at least, we were comfortably living in our little Bonac bubble as the rest of the world melted around us. I was never so happy to see the fog rolling in.