Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by rhubarbodendron, Nov 26, 2013.
28 F, partly cloudy and just downright cold.
Was up to 80 F today; should be down to 54 tonight.
It's been around the 50s and 70s all week. The bike paths are all strangely crowded for this time of year. But snow is around the corner.
Dusty and warm, high in the upper 30's
23 degrees, powerful gusts of cold wind and plenty of snow flurries.
40F, rainy, and very windy
31C and sunny, with a few clouds in the sky. Likely to get some showers later.
48f Wind blowing 20-30 mph... temp dropping rapidly down to the lower 20s..winter weather watch tomorrow thru Tuesday
72 F--very gray and cloudy.
-20 wind chills?! If I wanted that i'd live in Minnesota. my car doors were all frozen shut this morning!
20 F, mostly clear and blue skies and a stiff cold wind. By this time on Tuesday, though, we could have as much as ten inches of snow on the ground if some of the current weather projections hold up. All we can do is wait and see.
We're getting snow. We just don't know how much it'll be.
Expecting 28C, currently 23C. Nice blue skies.
9 degrees F, feels like 11 below. Third snowstorm this month wrapping up. The guy on the Weather Channel was literally jumping up and down screaming in glee this morning because there was "thundersnow," a thunder and lightning storm in the middle of a blizzard.
24F and windy
First thing this morning, the wind chills were -42C. The Jeep complained when I started her. Now, it's a nice sunny -20C - but with the wind chill it feels like -28C. Positively balmy...
46 F and rainy--almost 30 degrees colder than yesterday.
Cold and snow. We are supposed to get around 8 inches before it ends. First real stone we've had this season.
15 degrees and a steady snowfall that will only get heavier as the afternoon and then the evening progress. By tomorrow morning we might have as much as 10 inches on the ground.
Damn cold. Snow.
It's cold, in the minus this morning before the sun came up. We're up to about 70 inches of snow from the past few weeks. They have run out of places to put the piles of snow are now dumping snow into the bay.
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