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 Post subject: Brrrrrrrr!
PostPosted: Fri Jan 12, 2007 5:38 pm 
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Yesterday I was comfortable working outside without a jacket. Right now it is 5°F outside! Image

Snapped this on the way to my lunch appointment...

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I am home for the evening except for going a few blocks to pick my husband and neighbor up at the bus stop in about an hour. After that, it's pajamas and hot tea!

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Cool foto, cool weather!


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It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.

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It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.


Where's the global warming when you need it?


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markbell wrote:
It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.


OK, someone must ask the question. Mark, why were you walking around in that kind of weather with a rinsed cup.


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Must have been multi-tasking. Exercising and gargling at the same time.

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I am so ready for spring!!!

And Ohio has not had really a true winter as of yet.

I pray it does not turn winter in April here... Grrrr...

I am ready to go frolick in the woods!!!!

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Lucky. We need some snow about here. Weather's hovering around 30-40's and it refuses to go below. We had rain the other day, can you believe it?


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Adrian wrote:
markbell wrote:
It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.


Where's the global warming when you need it?


Where's global freezing when you need it? Down here, a cup of water would dehydrate in a half a block's walk. :|

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Yesterday morning, our temperature in Tulsa was near 70. The cold front came through (and brought an ice storm), and this morning it was 20. We're expecting 2 more days of freezing rain and sleet. The roads are really in bad shape. Since we live in a somewhat rural suburb, we're not going anywhere. We have county roads with steep hills that get little-to-no maintenance. So we're here for the duration. :)

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i wanna snow day

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SpoonMan, downstate Illinois, here, we got some nasty stuff here yesterday. this morning we woke up to a layer of ice topped by a layer of ice pellets topped by a glaze of ice. Kind of like an ice sandwich. More on the way any time now. And another wave due in tomorrow. Enjoying the electricity while I can. :D

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Here in Europe the glaciers are melting and they are telling us that it may be the wormest year ever. Some blossom is out already and roses are still in bloom!


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Here in Europe the glaciers are melting and they are telling us that it may be the wormest year ever.

With all the worms I guess we need to avoid apples from Europe over here....Sorry I had to do that.
Right now it is about 74 degrees here and I am running around in shorts and a polo shirt. Only supposed to get down to about 65 tonight and then a high of 75 tomorrow. But then tomorrow night temp is supposed to drop to 28 with a wind chill of 13 and not rise above 30 Monday....Ya gotta love TEXAS weather. I am glad we only get a few days of this at a time but this year has started off mighty strange. I am with Laura, lets call this winter over and bring in an early spring.

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It was in the 60s here today and tomorrow is going to be about the same. The Cherry blossoms are in bloom 3 months early. We have daffodils coming up. It is really wild. If its like this now I don't know what its going to be like this summer.

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Tommy wrote:
markbell wrote:
It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.


OK, someone must ask the question. Mark, why were you walking around in that kind of weather with a rinsed cup.

OK, see, it wasn't me...

This lady who works at the newspaper, across the street from my office, had walked down to McKinner's Pizza, about half a block away, to get her daily fix of Pepsi. I was standing there talking to the owner when she walked in, see...?

We still have car-high mountains of snow in the streets from the first blizzard that hit just before Chrismas.

On the other hand, if you average out the icebox here with the freaky-warm weather further east, the weather is perfectly normal!

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RonKiley wrote:
It was in the 60s here today and tomorrow is going to be about the same. The Cherry blossoms are in bloom 3 months early. We have daffodils coming up. It is really wild. If its like this now I don't know what its going to be like this summer.


:shock: :shock: :shock:

In the villages here everyone is busy ploughing their fields!
The years are getting shorter.


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markbell wrote:
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markbell wrote:
It's so cold here, that water drops in a rinsed cup froze in a half-block's walk.


OK, someone must ask the question. Mark, why were you walking around in that kind of weather with a rinsed cup.

OK, see, it wasn't me...

This lady who works at the newspaper, across the street from my office, had walked down to McKinner's Pizza, about half a block away, to get her daily fix of Pepsi. I was standing there talking to the owner when she walked in, see...?


Ohhhh, it is a true story. Thank you Mark for the clarification.
The news says that the weather is going to get real cold here, but so far it is still warm, humid, and overcast.


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Well it is a little after high noon here, and still the cold front has not reached us. It is warm, humid, and a little ovecast with a slight breeze from the south.


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It's warmed all the way up to 12°F here. :)

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Keep the cold weather out west of the missisip. It is 63F right now and I am liking it this way.

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More freezing rain is falling now. Really "A Dark and Stormy Night."

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Still have the AC on south of Houston. Where is the cold front :?:


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It dipped to four below here in the banana belt last night.
The two or three inches of powder won't make a snowman or even a snow ball. Usually a fresh snow in Grand Junction brings out the kids, but there aren't even any tracks. What'sa matter with kids today?

I remember when....

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It dipped to four below here in the banana belt last night.
The two or three inches of powder won't make a snowman or even a snow ball. Usually a fresh snow in Grand Junction brings out the kids, but there aren't even any tracks. What'sa matter with kids today?

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