Monday, October 17, 2011

Co-workers Wedding, Beautiful Weekend, Flurries?

Friday after work, I went home and crashed for a few hours...and needed it. I then packed up and went to Columbus for Nathan Baker's wedding. Dawn and I debated on get married at The Venue as well and it was an absolutely beautiful wedding. A few of the co-workers also played in the second band of the night. I normally can be found sitting and watching the dancing, however, I was on the dance floor all night long. Dawn and I hung out with Seth Bauguess and his wife at the wedding and it was great catching up with an old friend. Had a great time and congrats to the new couple.

Saturday, Nathan and Talia invited people to a cookout at her sister's house in Columbus and it was a lot of fun to just hang out, relax, and watch the Buckeyes. That game was one of the most boring Ohio State football games I can remember. Only one completed pass for a touchdown. I understand keeping the ball on the ground because of the strong winds, but it was a pretty slow-paced win. After the game I drove home into a beautiful sunset, continuing the beautiful trend of the weekend.
Dawn went to Cleveland and I went back to Dayton on Saturday. I was exhausted and I was in bed by 9:30PM...on a Saturday. I must say that was the best decision. I debated trying to stay up and hang out with friends, but I got a GREAT night of sleep. It is hard on my body to keep up much later anymore and I got to "sleep in" until 6:30AM. (four and a half hours later than a normal weekday) Browns lost just as I predicted on the morning show Friday, 24-17, to the Raiders. It is always frustrating being a Browns fan, but I wouldn't want it any other way.

On to your forecast: We should get into the low 60's today, but the rest of the seven day forecast is in the 50's, and barely there for Wednesday and Thursday with a high of 50 each day. Today will remain dry and a little breezy, but rain will arrive later tonight with scattered showers through Thursday. With temperatures getting so cold, especially the northern counties, there is a slight chance for a flurry or two on Thursday, but if we see any it will still be the far north and most of us will not see any flurries. Next weekend is looking dry and partly cloudy with rain arriving late Sunday night into next Monday. Until then bundle up because with highs near 50 on the way...its going to be chilly. Have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

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