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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-29-2008, 04:26 PM Thread Starter
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Well, this am, when I headed off to work, the temp was 52F. A few hrs later at work, temps dropped down to 18F with 40+ mph winds and snow.

Ya gotta love KS weather. LOL

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HI Ken

hahahahahah I did turn the fan on outside today in Colorado,, that maybe why and it did work, it's now 44 deg. and the Sun is out ,without any wind..



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Hmmmm.... guess I'm gonna hafta "unplug" that fan. LOL

Supposed to start warming up later in the week towards the weekend I think. I love this type of weather to be honest, my coworkers hate me for it too. LOL

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Well in Nebraska and Iowa we are freezing our @$$"$ off paying for that 50 degree day on Sunday!

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I don't what all the fuss is about, it's below 40* here right now at 4.55PM.
We are talking about *Celsius aren't we?

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Know what you mean Harry. It's been hot and sticky here. Something to do with the 'La Nina' weather pattern. Still, my mother-in-law arrives next Monday for a month. That ought to bring the temperature down.

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HI Harry

But it's always 40*,,,do you have a weather man or do they have weather reports,,,, "hot and dry today",, "that's the weather report for today now back to the show"..... but just wait unitl 12-23-2012 then you may have some real weather.....you may want to start now building a boat... in your back yard..

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Hey, Geordie! That sounds like a bad weather report. It looks like you are going to be outnumbered for a while. Have you polished up on your statesmanship skills?

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It went from 42f to 15f between midnight and 3am here in Michigan. Never got above 15 here all day with 50mph winds last night.
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Yesterday at 7am it was 62 degrees, by noon it was 70 +. Winds started blowing around noon . We had 50 mph+ gusts all afternoon. I came home from today and nailed shingles back on my roof that were laying in the yard. There reports on my police scanner that there trees across the roads in some places and a small town about 5 miles from me had no power. Got up this morning to go to work at 7 am and it was 27 degrees. Today at 4 pm it is 55 degrees. We have a saying here in Texas that if you don't like the weather stick around it will change. I think proves the saying is true. Oh it is suppose to rain tomorrow and we need it.
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