Today’s Cancer Weather Report calls for sunny skies, moderate temperatures, and calm winds. That’s a big change from last week’s fever with an overnight high of 39 and daytime lows around 33.
However, overnight you can still expect insomnia winds, scattered night sweats, intermittent pee showers, and some mental fogginess after you take your sleeping pill.
Old man winter still has a few things up his sleeves though. Expect a shot in the arm next week and again in early April that will have you shovelling white blood cells. There will also be flash chills every time you think about chemotherapy.
Road conditions are improving, and we’re not expecting you to travel the cancer highway to Sudbury anytime in the next six months!
Bed rise will be variable, usually sometime between 5 and 10 am, and bed set is no better, again sometime between 7 pm and 3 am.
The long term forecast calls for dropping a belt notch or two, with moderating temperatures and hopefully less overnight precipitation. Prednisone mood swings should even out by mid-April.
All in all, expect more unsettled weather until mid-April, then look forward to one of the nicest summers in years!