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  1. Casie

    Casie New Member

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    Only 4 days between burning at night, when it got down into the high 30's and needing to turn on the AC.

    Only in New England :)

    A safe and happy summer to all!

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  2. Wood Heat Stoves

    Wood Heat Stoves Minister of Fire

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    I haven't even been able to go 1 day between burning and it's now June 2nd. Had 4" of snow overnight.
  3. DexterDay

    DexterDay Guest

    Wow.... and in "Sunny California"... You can keep it. Was over 90 on Sunday and Monday. Been almost 80 everyday but today. Only around 73 today. Chilly at my sons baseball practice this evening..... Hope it gets warmer Dave.
  4. Fsappo

    Fsappo Minister of Fire

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    That is AMAZING! When us east coasters think of Cali we think of sun and bikinis.

    4" of snow in June...thats just weird.
  5. chrisasst

    chrisasst Minister of Fire

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    cortland ny
    Pictures please..... :coolsmile:
  6. Wood Heat Stoves

    Wood Heat Stoves Minister of Fire

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    Sorry, didn't get pictures before it melted but this morning, June 3rd, it's 37 and forecast is for rain and temperatures 20-30 degrees below normal through Monday. It's the Winter that won't end.
  7. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Northwestern CT.
    Monday was in the 90's and we had the windows open overnight. Tuesday I woke up and the stove was running. House was around 67ºF. I shut it down for good. Goofy dang weather! But the boy and I are fishing so IDC! :)
  8. Don2222

    Don2222 Minister of Fire

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    Loc:
    Salem NH
    Hello

    Well, it is cold again here in New England! Below normal but WHAT IS NORMAL ???? LOL
  9. heat seeker

    heat seeker Minister of Fire

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    Northern CT
    Ran the stove a bit yesterday and today to take the chill off. It was in the 60's, a few days ago it was 90º. Gotta love New England weather.
  10. SmokeyTheBear

    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Loc:
    Standish, ME
    Normal (average) is usually considered to be the sum of the high and low temperature on the same date for a certain 30 year period divided by 60.

    This figure while "considered to be normal" is an artificial construction, and one that is "normally" quoted to too high a precision.
  11. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    We had some goofy weather again this weekend. I am sure if the stove was plugged in, It would have came on over the week end.
  12. CJ-SR4ever

    CJ-SR4ever New Member

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    Loc:
    New Hampshire
    Crappy weather up here for the past several days. Had the P-38 running for a good part of the weekend, temps went down to a cold and damp 45 degrees.

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