I'm beginning to think that H and I are cursed, weather-wise. We had absolutely perfect weather on our wedding day - mid-70s, sunny, dry - and have been paying for it ever since. For instance:
- When H's parents came out here to visit in December, it was frigid (right around 5 degrees, if I remember correctly) and snowed a lot, so we couldn't do several things we had planned.
- When our friend Tom was here in early March, it was so cloudy that he never saw the mountains, including when we were skiing on them.
- When the Eastern skiers arrived later in March for some "powder skiing", it was warm and there was no new snowfall for over a week, and thus no powder.
- And now, just as our friends P and C are about to fly in for a long weekend's visit to enjoy Utah's purported dry, sunny weather, it's going to be mid- to high 50s, mostly cloudy and with scattered showers. In fact, it's snowing right now: Snowbird is reporting 19 new inches in the last 24 hours; and it's even sticking to the ground down here in the valley.