Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by rhubarbodendron, Nov 26, 2013.
And we're down to 9 degrees F this morning.
Bracing for major snowfall here in Ottawa-Gatineau. After it's done with the "Golden Horseshoe", we're next.
80F today and higher tomorrow
Cold and icy.
Same here. 17 degree high, with a wind chill.
When 32 degrees hits on Saturday it will be a heat wave.
83F which is pretty warm for February
It was like that here today too. I hate it.
And the snowstorm...was delayed? Or fizzled out?
Count yourself lucky.
Still dealing with bitter cold. Even California, where my in-laws live, got 5 inches of snow.
So I've read this afternoon, to my shock.
This is another part of why I think in terms of "climate derangement" rather than "climate change" these days.
It was pretty cold yesterday. Rather snowy today. It's supposedly supposed to be a bit warmer, so I might try my luck with shovelling out the drive again. Tried to last night and the snow was hard as a rock.
Rained the whole durn day and it never climbed out of the 40s.
It's a lot colder than it should be right now. Apparently it snowed early morning a few days ago but it was already gone by the time I looked outside.
Snow in Southern California’s elevated areas.
The power of water
Tornado Alley active next week?
85F again today. I wish I could send some to everyone who is cold.
More snow hereabouts this morning.
Another couple of inches of snow.
There was some snow on the ground this morning, but now it's gone.
Not sure about the exact temps, but rained before I got up early this morning, and then a tiny bit fell on me on my bike ride. It didn't even rain back home about 5 or 6 miles away. After that it got pretty windy, and it was actually colder at about 3 or 4 this afternoon than it was on second half of my bike ride around 10 this morning. Usually it's the other way around, our warmest part of the day is usually around 3 - 5 in the afternoon/evening.
It was decent out today, cold, but sunny. Tomorrow... I don't want to think about.
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