Behold, the yellow sky.
Contrary to what people say, yellow sky doesn’t mean a tornado is coming. Green sky means a tornado. Yellow sky just means a Texas thunderstorm. This video was taken after it blew over us, so you are seeing it as it moves off.
You can see how the poor iPhone tried to color-correct because sky isn’t supposed to be that color. You have to film it in a very specific way, otherwise the phone will turn it to blue artificially, so you point the phone at the sky without any trees or other references until it registers the real color. One trick is film it upside down, which is what you see in the second video.
The forecast is promising us more of this goodness for the rest of the week, so as soon as I’m done here, I’m going to put on decent clothes, drive to the bank to deposit the roof insurance check, run a couple of errands, and then, Gordon and I will need to mow like the wind to hopefully get ahead of the wet weather coming in tomorrow. Because of the roof construction, we couldn’t cut grass for 3 weeks and it needs trimming.
Magic Claims is heading to proofreaders and ARCs will be available soon.
You will likely see an Under Construction sign on the website either today or tomorrow. No need to panic, it’s just us moving to a new host.
Hopefully our digital skies will remain blue and clear.