36°, partly sunny. What a change

bogydave Posted By bogydave, Dec 28, 2012 at 6:31 PM

  1. bogydave

    bogydave
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    A little windy but a nice day :)

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  2. thewoodlands

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    In another week we should have that.
     
  3. Backwoods Savage

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    And once again Alaska is warmer than we are. Weird, but it happens. Enjoy it Dave.
     
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  4. nate379

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    Got up to 30* here with no wind. Stove is just about shut down. Made a small fire (3 small splits) this morning and it's still 75* in the house. About ready to open a window!

    Forecast is saying in the 40s for Sunday?!
     
  5. Beetle-Kill

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    I'm at 6::F and dropping fast. Wind chill at -5::F. House @ 73::F.
     
  6. amateur cutter

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    Holy heat wave! Post a pic in your bermudas Dave. Uhhhhh on second thought, never mind.==c A C
     
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  7. begreen

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    Wow, that's a big change. Those temps look positively civilized. It should put a nice fresh glaze on the ice skating lake.
     
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  8. bogydave

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    +43° * * * * WOW. "Liquid water"
    Snow melting drive way has puddled water. :eek:
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  9. nate379

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    It's quite typical to have a mid winter thaw from what I can remember?

    I know last year we had one just before Christmas. I remember scraping several inches of slush off my driveway.
    This year isn't so bad since we have almost no snow. Whatever we did get pretty much blew away!
    My yard is almost all grass other than where some drifts had piled up. Driveway is bare pavement and mostly dry!

    It would be downright beautiful if it wasn't overcast and blowing 20mph! My weather station is saying with the wind factored in it's only 25*
     

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