Cold shock

Scientists have long said the greatest worry about cold water and falling in it is human’s involuntary reaction to immersion: to gasp. I wonder if there were any gasps in Jackson, Michigan on Tuesday morning, when temperatures were nearly 30 degrees cooler than they were the day before. The post-rain cold front was much stronger than expected in the wake of low pressure moving through the Great Lakes. Forecasts anticipated a cool down, but they didn’t go nearly far enough. There was a logjam near the top of the charts, but The Weather Channel edged the competition with the coolest overall¬†forecast.
Actuals: Monday – High 91, Low 64
Tuesday – High 67, Low 53

Grade: C