Post in 'The Boiler Room - Wood Boilers and Furnaces' started by mrhaney, Apr 7, 2010.
Snowing here too. This really is the last fire of the year. though. Really.
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I burned two small loads yesterday and one today, might burn one more tonight.
I think those were my words two weeks ago!
Highs in the 40s with strong winds today, overnight lows in the 30s. There really isn't a "heating season" here, it's a year 'round condition with an occasional temporary pause. Since we burn for DHW year 'round anyways, I'm convinced the regular use of my system is a good thing, burning off condensation, etc.
Lows in the teens here tonight. Good thing the garden isn't up yet.
Mid 20's overnight, high 40's during the day. House warm by solar gain (thermostats off) but DHW by wood 2x/week. No oil burned since June 2009.
This is feeling like the winter that never fully arrived, but also won't fully leave! I am eagerly waiting for the consistent arrival of something approximating Spring!
I hear you Trevor!
Same weather in Wisconsin. Light rain and snow after midnight. >:-(
I know it is a bad thing but this is probably the only time of year we are warmer than those south of 49.
18c/64.4f here today low of 11c/51.8f tonight.
Enjoy the snow, don't forget it is only the beginning of May.
Plenty of cold weather left before winter. LOL
I always enjoy the times when I can call the kids in AZ and tell them it's warmer here. Probably because it happens so little. Enjoy the warmth, you earned it last winter!
Sawyer, where in Northern WI are you?
Oma, north of Mercer.
Wow, you are in Northern WI. I'm south of you in Prentice.
The tropical zone!
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