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    Cold enough and long enough this winter that the Great Lakes are 60% ice covered. That's good news!
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    Lake Erie

    Quote Originally Posted by bobwysiwyg View Post
    Cold enough and long enough this winter that the Great Lakes are 60% ice covered. That's good news!
    Yes - Lake Erie used to ice up all the time, but not so often the past 15 years or so. Then again, when it ices like this, there is always somebody losing a pickup truck in it.
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    I'm missing my home in NY for a lot of reasons, but not for the weather where it's 9 degrees just now and snowing. Here in Jacksonville, it has been 70, but will drop to 30 tonight. A 40 degree change is just plain weird!
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    Snowstorm in Philly. 11 inches have fallen and snow is slowing down. City office and schools are closed tomorrow. Cold, cold weather coming for a few days.

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    It's 4^ F in my city. Little snow, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo View Post
    I'm missing my home in NY for a lot of reasons, but not for the weather where it's 9 degrees just now and snowing. Here in Jacksonville, it has been 70, but will drop to 30 tonight. A 40 degree change is just plain weird!
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    -24of last night, -19of the night before. More of the same tonight, daytime highs around -5of to 0of.

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    Now it's 6^ F in my town. Yesterday one of my tires was flat, and I'd normally do it myself, but with such low temps, and recovering from a kidney stone, I won't even pull the wheel myself. Luckily the garage I'll take it to is 8 minutes away. The tire will hold air long enough to get me there.
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    Woke up to -7f this morning, no new snow, we dodged that bullet. The high today is supposed to reach +7f, woohoo a real heat wave.
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    We had 2 feet of snow.

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    Some nice rainbows here in West Dorset today!
    "He took to writing poetry and visiting the elves: and though many shook their heads and touched their foreheads and said 'Poor old Baggins!' and though few believed any of his tales, he remained very happy till the end of his days, and those were extraordinarily long "- JRR Tolkien, ' The Hobbit '.



 

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