Welcome to this weeks edition of The Weekly Climate! 🎉 In-sync —October 10, 2020. Jim woke 8:30am to a brief tap on his wrist. It was his watch who told him that it was time to get up as he had just reached an optimal amount of sleep and was at an optimal place in his sleep cycle. The curtains pulled silently aside to let in the light. He sat up and he could smell the coffee from the kitchen. The coffee was actually brewed 2.5 hours ago when power prices was low and renewable wind production was high. But it was still blazing hot. He jumped in the shower for which the water was already at an optimal temperature. It was amazing to think about that the water was actually also pre-heated 2.5hours earlier, just like the coffee, to take advantage of the lower power prices. He put on his clothes, poured a cup of coffee and opened his laptop.