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Bright, Shiny Day

The clouds are gone, and it is looking like a beautiful day in Kuwait. With the schools out for winter break, the roads are even driveable! Wooo HOO, Kuwait, get out there and have yourselves a great day!


In the hard copy of yesterday’s Kuwait Times (unfortunately, not the electronic edition) there was a small article featuring a Kuwait meteorologist who said that due to the south (easterly?) winds prevailing at this time of year, we could expect rain frequently throughout February. We sure need it. Yesterday was such a treat, but to quote Jewaira we need “More! More!”

February 2, 2009 - Posted by | Blogging, Blogroll, ExPat Life, Kuwait, sunrise series, Weather


  1. No… It’s my uncle. As soon as he arrived from London, it started raining 🙂 He will be here till mid February – so we’re ok for some time.

    Comment by Bu Yousef | February 2, 2009 | Reply

  2. We certainly need more but the weather has been fantastic touch wood… no dust that’s the important thing.

    Everyone get out and enjoy it.Best weather in the world this time of year

    Comment by jewaira | February 2, 2009 | Reply

  3. Woo HOoo, Bu Yousef. Lock him up! Keep him here! We need his rain! So . . . . who do you think is responsible for this huge snow and ice storm then in London?

    Oh Lady J, you are so right, no dust, what a blessing. And have fun NOW, between too hot and too cold!

    Comment by intlxpatr | February 2, 2009 | Reply

  4. 🙂 That was something wasn’t it… I saw some white in Paris earlier today:

    Comment by Bu Yousef | February 3, 2009 | Reply

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