Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Springtime in Seoul has sprung like a lion, hungrily overtaking its wintry prey.




Season changes in Korea don't ease in as they do in the shadows of the Mountains back home - a gradually increasing mean daytime temperature superimposed upon a reduced likelihood of freak blizzards by mid-June.
No, rather here the change is as abrupt as a calendar page flip, so quick as to making it hard to recall how the weather could have been otherwise than what it is today.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Kendra said...

There has been no gentle easing of temperature here from winter to spring this year. Actually we had winter, spring and then summer transitions occur over the course of three days here a couple weeks ago. It then returned to winter (-10 without windchill!) and then two days later returned to +15. It has continued to whip up and down the thermometer with very little evidence of gradual transitioning of any kind. Thankfully we are currently in a warm pocket. That might change since its supposed to snow before the weekend, while the weekend is supposed to be +18 again. Come on- you know you miss the schizophrenic Calgary weather!

3:00 AM  
Blogger Les said...

You're right, though I'd diagnose Calgary's weather as indicative of Tourette's over schizophrenia.

3:43 PM  

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