Posted by Pete Bouchard
It's been a dizzying 24+ hrs. The range of emotion has gone from shock and sympathy to outrage and anger. While the city remains on edge, the inhabitants are more firm and resolved than ever. We grieve our losses and we commend the 1st responders. Many more would have perished if not for their quick action. May the hand of justice be just as swift in the coming days. It would go a long way in putting our minds at ease.
In the meantime, the weather rolls on: oblivious and indifferent. Showers moving through this evening will turn to clouds and sprinkles for the rest of the night. Nothing big in terms of wet weather. Just enough to dampen the pavement in many spots.
Another mild day is in store tomorrow as the winds turn in from the northwest and the sun scatters away the morning clouds. The only caveat is the sea breeze may return in the afternoon and cool us down along the coast. Nonetheless, we should make the mid 60s (at least) before that happens.
Thursday's a cooler day, then the warm weather makes one more stand before the weekend.