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#31
(04-15-2018, 05:52 PM)Sassy Fringette Wrote: Good grief, It's been in the 70s and 80's here and now snow???


http://wlos.com/weather


That's the way it is here, today. Fortunately, no accumulation since it's a magnificent 33 degrees and the ground probably benefited from the 80+ degrees earlier this week.

Scream1
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On my road alone, most have 2-3 ft still of snow on the north side. We had very little snow for 2/3'd of the winter, so the frost line is deeper than usual. Which means my artisian outdoor well is weeks away from thawing out. And I predict a dry summer. I am going to have to put a pump on it to get any water at all.

I hate hauling water. The original old well, you can't drink from it and is crapping the bed every day. Icon_idea
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(04-09-2018, 05:04 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 04:56 PM)Highlander Wrote: Just came back from Crappie fishing. 43 degrees.

Not a bite.

Anon

About that here, though kinda dampish from the snow yesterday. I will be still be wearing a scarf and ear coverings for my after-work walk.

Poor crappie were to cold to stick they little noses out of the water.

For the love of Pete why don't y'all move South? As long as you are not a commie bastard you are welcome.
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(04-15-2018, 09:01 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 05:04 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 04:56 PM)Highlander Wrote: Just came back from Crappie fishing. 43 degrees.

Not a bite.

Anon

About that here, though kinda dampish from the snow yesterday. I will be still be wearing a scarf and ear coverings for my after-work walk.

Poor crappie were to cold to stick they little noses out of the water.

For the love of Pete why don't y'all move South? As long as you are not a commie bastard you are welcome.

I know... I know... I'm in Missouri, which I used to consider kinda Southern. This year, however... not so frakin' much, LOL. And it was 84 Friday. 75 yesterday. Not even 35 today. It ain't right.
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(04-15-2018, 09:06 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:01 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-09-2018, 05:04 PM)Kamchatka Wrote: About that here, though kinda dampish from the snow yesterday. I will be still be wearing a scarf and ear coverings for my after-work walk.

Poor crappie were to cold to stick they little noses out of the water.

For the love of Pete why don't y'all move South? As long as you are not a commie bastard you are welcome.

I know... I know...  I'm in Missouri, which I used to consider kinda Southern.  This year, however... not so frakin' much, LOL.  And it was 84 Friday.   75 yesterday.  Not even 35 today. It ain't right.

You got me, my sister lives in Branson, MO.
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(04-15-2018, 09:10 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:06 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:01 PM)WNC Wrote: For the love of Pete why don't y'all move South? As long as you are not a commie bastard you are welcome.

I know... I know...  I'm in Missouri, which I used to consider kinda Southern.  This year, however... not so frakin' much, LOL.  And it was 84 Friday.   75 yesterday.  Not even 35 today. It ain't right.

You got me, my sister lives in Branson, MO.

I'm way north of Branson, but it's usually a lot better than this - of course I've mostly lived in Iowa and Michigan, so it's like... of course, it's better!
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(04-15-2018, 09:12 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:10 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:06 PM)Kamchatka Wrote: I know... I know...  I'm in Missouri, which I used to consider kinda Southern.  This year, however... not so frakin' much, LOL.  And it was 84 Friday.   75 yesterday.  Not even 35 today. It ain't right.

You got me, my sister lives in Branson, MO.

I'm way north of Branson, but it's usually a lot better than this - of course I've mostly lived in Iowa and Michigan, so it's like... of course, it's better!

Used to have to go to Michigan many years ago. I worked for a company, Herman Miller, in Zeeland. MI. Seemed like every time I had to go up there it was in the middle of the damned winter.

When I first went up there the only damned coat I had was London Fog coat with a zip-out liner, hell I didn't even own a pair of gloves. Stayed at a Holiday Inn in Holland, MI and I had to get up early for a meeting. It was still dark when I had to leave and colder than shit. Went to the car and cleaned off the drivers side, and the windshield, note bare handed. Put the key in the door lock and it would not open. I thought "oh hell the damned lock is frozen" kept screwing around with it for a while and then I realized it was not my damned car! All the damned rentals looked the same.

Lmao
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(04-15-2018, 09:31 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:12 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:10 PM)WNC Wrote: You got me, my sister lives in Branson, MO.

I'm way north of Branson, but it's usually a lot better than this - of course I've mostly lived in Iowa and Michigan, so it's like... of course, it's better!

Used to have to go to Michigan many years ago. I worked for a company, Herman Miller, in Zeeland. MI. Seemed like every time I had to go up there it was in the middle  of the damned winter.

When I first went up there the only damned coat I had was London Fog coat with a zip-out liner, hell I didn't even own a pair of gloves. Stayed at a Holiday Inn in Holland, MI and I had to get up early for a meeting. It was still dark when I had to leave and colder than shit. Went to the car and cleaned off the drivers side, and the windshield, note bare handed. Put the key in the door lock and it would not open. I thought "oh hell the damned lock is frozen" kept screwing around with it for a while and then I realized it was not my damned car! All the damned rentals looked the same.

Lmao

Hope someone said thank you even if you didn't get to hear it!!
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(04-15-2018, 09:39 PM)Kamchatka Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:31 PM)WNC Wrote:
(04-15-2018, 09:12 PM)Kamchatka Wrote: I'm way north of Branson, but it's usually a lot better than this - of course I've mostly lived in Iowa and Michigan, so it's like... of course, it's better!

Used to have to go to Michigan many years ago. I worked for a company, Herman Miller, in Zeeland. MI. Seemed like every time I had to go up there it was in the middle  of the damned winter.

When I first went up there the only damned coat I had was London Fog coat with a zip-out liner, hell I didn't even own a pair of gloves. Stayed at a Holiday Inn in Holland, MI and I had to get up early for a meeting. It was still dark when I had to leave and colder than shit. Went to the car and cleaned off the drivers side, and the windshield, note bare handed. Put the key in the door lock and it would not open. I thought "oh hell the damned lock is frozen" kept screwing around with it for a while and then I realized it was not my damned car! All the damned rentals looked the same.

Lmao

Hope someone said thank you even if you didn't get to hear it!!

I sure as hell hope so. One thing they did for customers was to take a leave blower and blow off the snow on the cars.
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#40
25F is minus 3.9C and 10F is minus 12.2C...

Ok, that’s cold.

I’ve never experienced below minus 1C.. 30.2F.

Do lots of people die in those temperatures?
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