So, Thursday morning I stepped out the door for my run and it felt mighty chilly. The past few mornings had been in the low 50s, so I had laid out a short-sleeved technical t-shirt and running shorts the night before. However, when I opened the front door that morning it seems a bit more crisp than usual.
I decided that it was no problem - I would warm up mid-run and be thankful I was in short sleeves.
A few other runners that I saw had on tights or pants, some with a running jacket. Of course the dog walkers that morning were nice and bundled up.
For the most part I felt comfortable. A bit on the cold side - but after the heat and humidity of the summer I was thankful to not have to deal with that yucky mucky air.
When I got back home, I check the computer to see just how chilly it was.
Perhaps long sleeves would have been a good idea?
So...at what point will the cold mornings really be cold enough to wear long sleeves, or tights or a jacket and beanie?