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Wednesday, January 24, 2007
I'm not clairvoyant, but sometimes, little occurrences happen that make me think twice about that. That's not what this entry's about, I just thought it was funny that I've speculated something 24 months ago and I thought today of how it might've been true. Might've
Back in the Sabla days, in January 2005, I started a thread about the weather change that unexpectedly happened in Oman after the Asia Tsunami took place a month prior to that. I asked about how permanent it was and it's reason.
I was driving back home today, with the windows rolled (roll, lol, old school) down. The weather these past few days has been delightful. I mentioned previously that nice weather could be a conversion point to good mood for me, and after the mess I made in today's Maths test, relying on that didn't fail me. It rained last night, and even though I was pissed at first because I had taken the car for a wash yesterday, and got dirt on my dishdasha (thoob) while getting in this morning, I forgot all about it and enjoyed a great day. Nice, cool and breezy.
Click on picture for a larger size and better View Weather Today Jan 24th, 2006 from Al-Hamra, Qurum
Nice, cool and breezy and far better than how it was around two weeks ago. I'm not a certain-time person, but for those past two weeks, I've been sleeping during the day, and staying up at night. I enjoy the calmness, serenity and privacy in it , that until it starts to become really chilly (unbearably cold for Omani standard) where the temperatures have easily hit 15°C, and even got as low as 13°C one night. in Muscat ! I wouldn't have minded it, but I went out to look for a decent sweater and sadly my attempts have returned empty handedly, so I spent every night reading blogs, wrapped in blankets, and freezing my butt cheeks together. According to Wunderground (Which I've found to be quite reliable and accurate) 20°C, and it's predicted that it will get as low as 16°C tonight, so if you're going out, wear something heavy.
Does this all mean that Tsunami triggered a permanent climatic change to this region on earth ? .. I don't know, probably not, but it certainly was drastic, and it hadn't toned down a lot since. Is this good ? bad ? has it affected sector wise ? economically ? I know just as much as you do (that unless you know something).
Merry though : Hug each other, warmth. Unpleasant thought : Still cant' find a nice sweater/jacket.
;By a7MeDiNo, at
January 25, 2007 11:22 AM
gLovely picture, amazing weather in Oman for sure. So you are getting cold form 15-20 celcuis man? It's freezing out here, we are liviing on below zero conditions and you're whining out about 15 degrees? lol..It snowed 2 days ago...