Burning Season Comes to an End

lukem Posted By lukem, Apr 2, 2013 at 4:28 PM

  1. gmule

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    It is 12 degrees out with a fresh blanket of snow. I'll probably be burning for a few more weeks.
     
  2. begreen

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  3. BrotherBart

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    83 in the shade. 98 in the sun and 120 in the attic. Only burning here would be from spontaneous combustion.
     
  4. thewoodlands

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    It looks like we'll be burning another two weeks, still burning the cherry marked for 2012-13 heating season with some maple still left over.

    We have about two face cord >> of two year old pine & hemlock that will be next up on the list. This rain should get those wild leeks pushing up through the dirt by next week if not before.
     
  5. MishMouse

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    Had to break into the 2013-2014 wood, Spring has not sprung here yet.
    Currently under a winter storm watch with up to a foot predicted (hopefully it goes south and we just get a dusting).
    Temps currently in he mid 30's.
    Listened to the extended forecast and the S-word is mentioned until Tueday the 16th.
    FYI: Extened only went till the 16th.
    Happy Apruary!
    But, I do have to admit this is more of a typical winter.
    As long as we do not get accumulating snowfall in June, like we had in years past.
     
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  6. BrotherBart

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    Drum roll. A few minutes ago we passed the record for today. Set in 1922. !!!
     
  7. Brokenwing

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    88 Here right now, It is hot, suppose to have some storms roll though and cool off. Thank the good lord, I am not ready for this yet!
     
  8. ScotO

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    we tied our record of 78 today, which was originally set in 1991.....
    back into the mid 40's for the weekend, though. Ain't done burning yet!!
     
  9. begreen

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    Lubbock TX set a record low of 21F this am.
     
  10. ScotO

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    Wow, what was the daytime high? Not sure where that is geographically, but I know my cousins live in Apache Junction, AZ, and the desert can get damm cold at night sometimes, even in the summer.....
     
  11. BrotherBart

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    It was their low at six in the morning. I am from Lubbock and with the winds they constantly have it can chill your bones there. And then in a few weeks it will be over a hundred.
     
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  12. begreen

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    It was 89 on Monday and is forecast to be 91F this Sunday in Lubbock. You could freeze a pond overnight and use it for air conditioning and margaritas the next day there.
     
  13. BrotherBart

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    Yeah Dad always said there was nothing between there and the North Pole but a barbed wire fence and it blew down.

    We are down from 90 to a cozy 89 at five fifteen. 128 in the attic with relative humidity of 1%.

    Outside humidity is 24% and wind is high. If some fool drops a match we be having a forest fire here. I smelled smoke blowing in from the South yesterday afternoon and again this morning.
     

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