@orkan That is wise advice, Do not miss the breakfast burritos....! A Class favorite...
Yes they are awesome morning grub.
@donnie I have seen a show on the Chinook winds. I don't remember the exact details, but somewhere in North or South Dakota there was a change of about 50F in 2 minutes.
Spearfish holds the world record for the fastest recorded temperature change. On January 22, 1943 at about 7:30 a.m. MST, the temperature in Spearfish was −4°F (−20°C). The Chinook wind picked up speed rapidly, and two minutes later (7:32 a.m.) the temperature was +45 °F (+7 °C) above zero. The 49 °F or 27 °C rise in two minutes set a world record that still holds. By 9:00 a.m., the temperature had risen to 54 °F (12 °C). Suddenly, the chinook died down and the temperature tumbled back to −4 °F or −20 °C. The 58 °F or 32.2 °C drop took only 27 minutes. The sudden change in temperatures caused glass windows to crack and windshields to instantly frost over
Sometimes in the spring the wind can feel like someone's turning on the hot and then cold water when you're in the shower. Spring can be quite angry around here.
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