Mustafa Umut Sarac, Missouri
Originally Posted by Mustafa Umut Sarac
Looks like Mother Nature is preparing to play another game of "Flush The Toilet" over the Pacific Northwest for the next two weeks or so. Saturday was rather interesting, too. Showery in the morning, partly sunny and mild in the afternoon, then, thunderstorms to end the day. There was also a waterspout (tornado over water for those who are unfamiliar) over Puget Sound near Tacoma.
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13C current (55F about)
Originally Posted by John_Nikon_F
11C with chill
heavy rain all day
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65F and overcast today, with a low tonight of 51. BRRR!!! So cold!!!
I didn't even wear my sandals today...
I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.
It was 60ish here yesterday. Today - high of 28 with a wind chill around 14. I might be persuaded to move slightly further south someday.
Originally Posted by lxdude
Weather where you are
You must have wanted to share your Iowa weather and sent some south. Tonight, here in Louisiana, we are expecting a freeze...Regards
Originally Posted by winger
Sorry! Actually, I heard it started with a typhoon that went through Alaska? Blame Canada!
Originally Posted by oldtimermetoo
36.5F/2.5C with 30mph/48kmh winds. That's a wind chill of 24F/-4C, with a low tonight of 26F/-3C. AHHH!!! So warm!!!
Originally Posted by lxdude
I didn't even have to wear a heavy coat today...
(Actually, it IS so warm. Abnormally warm so far this season. We had flowers start blooming again last week. I only just started the wood stove two nights ago. That's a full month later than the average.)
P.S. We probably won't hear anything from those living in the Northern Plains states. I think they're all dead by now. Frozen to death. Our Canadian friends are laughing hysterically...
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