It's already started. High surf and heavy rains pounding the Pacific Coast, the first of several storms this week. Notice that widespread rain starts to push in during the evening commute. By midweek just as a hundred 10 million Americans start the holiday getaway. More rain will drench everything east of the Mississippi. Potential rain delay is expected at Atlanta's Airport Thursday and Friday. Along with just about every Airport to the north south and east.
On the highways, that heavy rain could make for a slow crawl on nearly all the arteries running east-west and north-south, with snow expected in the Upper Midwest. Volatile weather, a top concern for the nation shippers. Now in an all-out push to deliver those holiday packages to guarantee a Christmas arrival. The big three say give it to them, no later than Friday. There are a lot of procrastinators, 53% of people are expected to wait until Saturday to try to ship their Christmas packages. In Los Angeles the crush is now. We hire a bunch of people we hire hundreds of people during the holiday season just to compensate for that extra volume. Huge volume and a hope of Mother Nature doesn't get in the way.
I mean, like in every post, along with their sidebars and headers.
Although the image has great light and the curves make for a graceful composition, it's not complete without the motorcycle.