Snow, even, at pretty low elevations.
Although nowhere near the amounts we’re used to from our childhoods in Rochester, NY.
This week we talked to a Floridian, who said
it’s been so cold he wishes
he lived near us, where the weather is always
70 degrees and pleasant.
This is NORTHERN California, not Southern California.
The SEASONS CHANGE here.
It gets COLD.
Remember Mark Twain’s observation?
The coldest winter I ever saw was summer in San Francisco.
Oh, but we don’t live in San Francisco.
We live in the San Francisco Bay Area,
which (depending on who’s defining it)
is a three-, seven- or nine-county area
that surrounds the city by the bay.
Our city, SAN JOSE, is the largest in the Bay Area
with a population of almost a million.
Some 7.5 million people live in the nine-county Bay Area.
Dionne Warwick wrote a song about our city.
Does that clear it up?
Oh, and baby, it’s COLD outside!
Catch you from the wine country.