HOUSTON — The weather here was scorching, with highs in the 100s and lows in the 30s.
The temperatures were so high, the skies were filled with orange and purple flakes.
A little further south, a few hundred feet above the ground, the temperature had been about 30 degrees higher, but it was still warm.
The skies were mostly clear.
A woman on a snowmobile was wearing her hair up in a ponytail and wearing a red hat and a white jacket.
It was a perfect day for a snowman, she said.
In Denver, the sky was a nice blue.
A few hours earlier, it was a clear blue.
In Dallas, it had been a bluish orange.
The temperature was hovering around 90 degrees, so the sun was shining on the ground.
But at that point, the temperatures were still in the 70s, and the humidity was high.
Fresno had been the hottest city in the United States for more than two months.
The city had a lot of water and it was getting a lot hotter.
And it was starting to get dry.
I’m wondering how long it’s going to take for it to get cold, said John Dickson, a climatologist at the University of Colorado.
I don’t know if it’s been in the 80s or 90s, but I’ve never seen that before.
So, I think the temperature is going to be very, very cold in a few days.
As for the drought, there was some concern.
We have been in drought for almost two years.
We’ve got a lot going on right now.
We are in a very dry period and it’s affecting us in many different ways.
Dickson, an expert on climate change, said the drought could be affecting the weather in Colorado and Texas.
He also warned against the possibility that the drought would cause an even bigger drought in Texas, which is home to much of the country’s water supply.