Clamp down your safety bars, because the North Texas roller coaster of temperatures is going deep diving Thursday. With only a 2% chance of the wet stuff, the good news is that snow, ice and all that frigid stuff aren’t likely to materialize. That is, unless sprinkler systems weren’t shut off.
Thursday’s high will be in the 40s but the temperature will dip to 26 degrees overnight.
Hey, it could be worse. You could be stuck on a highway in Virginia or in Louisville/Superior, Colorado, where locals are digging through the snow to find cinders of their homes after being hit by a snow-icane.
So, dig out those soup recipes and warm up those bread makers and crock pots that you bought during the pioneer days of the pandemic. Doesn’t the idea of vegetable soup with fresh French bread smothered with butter sound wonderful? And what about making some pancakes or French toast to wake up the household on Friday morning?
BTW, you already know this frigid temp drill. Take care of the 4 Ps — people, pets, plants and pipes that are vulnerable when temperatures are colder than an Eskimo Pie.
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