I could feel the weather moving in. As the temperatures dropped, the pressure followed. But when the wind picked up, the air was fragrant with chimney smoke, and the beginnings of flurries began to dance, before the skies erupted with white.

Β© Sarah Doughty

For the Word-High July Prompts
of Filipino words,
hosted by Rosema and Maria.

Amihan – (n.) northeast wind; breeze

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