This has happened only 4 or 5 times in the twelve years we've lived here.
I actually wore my denim jacket yesterday. I haven't worn that since we went to Louisiana in December of 2006.
Though of course I wore a short sleeved shirt under it, because when it gets below 60 degrees in Florida, the masses overreact and crank up the building's heaters.
I spent part of my work day yesterday fanning myself because they had the heat up so high inside.
On a separate note, I went yesterday and had my second of three shots in my back.
They don't help with the back pain, but it almost totally knocks out the leg pain for a while, so I'm happy with that.
If the procedure itself wasn't so uncomfortable, even with the anesthetic, it would be a wonderful thing.
It's just a mental challenge to walk in there knowing that they will hurt you, but that in a day or so you will feel much better and that it will last a couple of weeks.
In all, not a bad trade-off; a day of pain for two weeks of pain relief.