Autumn arrived two weeks ago, but residents across the county could feel a tinge of fall in the air before that with cooler temperatures in the Hill Country.
Though the number of 100-plus-degree days was fewer this summer than last, even the sun worshippers welcomed the cooler weather.
The weather man says that the high pressure dome that’s had its grip on Texas for what seems like forever, has shifted, making for a change in the weather pattern that will allow rain to move in.
In addition to cooler temperatures, the first cool front of the season brought with it rain showers to a parched county suffering through the ravages of perhaps the worst drought ever.
Depending upon which cloud you might be located under, just about everyone has gotten a shower or two.