Sunday. 11.5.17 9:55 pm
I'm not sure what the earliest date in the Autumnal season that Seattle has ever gotten snow, but I'm fairly certain that November 3rd is up there on the list. What's funny about the snow we got on Friday was that it wasn't exactly predicted. It just kind of came out of nowhere. I'm quite happy with it, especially since it didn't stick for long so the roads were still easy to navigate.
Now, snow was forecast for today, however it's not really made itself known in Downtown Seattle yet. I'm not sure if it actually will. It's certainly cold enough outside for snow. For now, though, it's just cold rain. And just the normal Seattle rain.
The clocks changed back an hour last night, and I'm going with my theory that if you stay up until the clocks change, that your body doesn't have to take as long to adjust. It's worked the last couple years and so this year I (unpurposefully) stayed up until 2am, when the clocks jumped back to 1am. I needed to make sure that I was sober enough to drive, which meant staying out later than originally anticipated. It'll still probably take a little bit of adjusting to the fact that the sun sets before 5pm, but that shouldn't take too long.
Anywho, that's really all I've got. I just wanted to talk about the snow. We're already on track to break more records, since we broke our record low for Friday. I hope this trend continues.
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