Wow, it's nice out there. It's 23 C (at about 13:30), 50% humidity and a light northwesterly wind at 11 km/h. It really doesn't get better than this.
The conversation today at Friday morning's softball was not about the weather. This was both unusual and actually quite hard on me, as I am used to talking about something that really means pretty much nothing to most people.
Instead, we spoke, and spoke, about the election. The good news (as noted) is that all the reasons we might have had not to vote for Trump (or Clinton) are no longer relevant, as Mr. Trump is President-Elect, and unless there is a really big skeleton in his closet he will be for the next four years.
Of course, our politicians can't keep quiet until he actually takes office, as they are saying everything they can to irritate the current President (not very smart).
Well, I'd like to talk about the weather, and I can tell you that it's going to feel more like summer until late Sunday evening and less like winter. However. Monday through Wednesday should see much cooler weather, which mean that people might actually notice that there is weather in Israel.
There will then be a vote to decide if late summer weather returns late next week or fall/winter deepens (with a bit of rain). In any case, the polls indicate that winter should arrive about 10 days from now as forecasts show that colder, and possibly rainy weather will finally arrive.