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  1. #6481
    Sunny about 0 C took a what was suppose to be a quick walk but took a little longer than planned probably one of the last times until February or March.
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  2. #6482
    - 10 C and windy nice day to stay indoors and finish off the turkey soup.
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    Were getting a break from the recent warm spell thats made things a little sloppy here. 23F, 72% RH, calm, and clear. But were supposed to get warmer over the weekend with temps near 40F.
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  4. #6484
    Another cool clear night tonight. Starting tomorrow it looks like it might warm up and rain.
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    Had a bit of snow overnight and this morning. We've had some over the last few weeks, but there's still barely a trace on the ground. And the coldest it's been so far this autumn is -8C, which is too warm for this part of the world.

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    Rain. We've had nearly 2.5 inches here in the Paradise/Magalia area in the past couple of days. Good news for fire suppression -- bad news for refugees in tents, mud/ash slides and presumably for forensics work.
    So many bugs, so little time.

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    Here we dodged a predicted 22F bullet last night, A cloud cover rolled in after midnite and helped deter radiational cooling. I had covered a few things but glad that low temp didn't work out. Rain tomorrow, an inch or so, then seasonable temps on a cooling trend next week.

    Stay safe ABR., hope that 2.5" is the max and clear skies win out soon for all of you out there.

  8. #6488
    Temps actually got above zero and got a light dusting of snow. Mostly resting from yesterday including getting into a discussion about fracking in the province on Facebook.
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  9. #6489
    Above zero and clear skies now comes the rain and mess depending where you live in the province for the next few days.
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  10. #6490
    Another day of rain.
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    Rain and more rain. We'll likely get several more inches of rain this week. More concerning is the forecast later in the week for feet of snow along the only paved road that hasn't been closed by the Camp Fire. Fortunately, I'm not afraid of the non-paved road, which is at a much lower elevation.
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    Why... if there was a market for rain, you could sell this fall and certainly November for....$$$$$ . Breaking records.

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    We've set several rain record months this year and are about a foot over the annual avg. Just a little more and we're closing in on the 2nd wettest year on record, 5 weeks to go.....by then it will be snow...
    Cold now and dry/sunny periods with rain every 3-4 days. The leaves are still hanging onto many trees, some are still very colorful.

  14. #6494
    Glad to see you back danscope. Looks like a few centimeters of snow tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ABR. View Post
    Rain and more rain. We'll likely get several more inches of rain this week. More concerning is the forecast later in the week for feet of snow along the only paved road that hasn't been closed by the Camp Fire. Fortunately, I'm not afraid of the non-paved road, which is at a much lower elevation.
    For those who aren't familiar with it, Northern California has a rainy season and a dry season. We almost never get rain in the summer, and if we do, it's usually just a few sprinkles from the remnants of a rare tropical storm. Higher altitudes towards the mountains do tend to get more than the valley (where I am), but usually it's not too different aside from snow. (It's been decades since Sacramento had snow, and then it was just a dusting.)

    Anyway, we hadn't had any rain until just before Thanksgiving last week, and now we've had a lot (at least by our standards. Wonderful for clearing out the smoke, but now there are flash flood warnings in some places. Typical Northern California (Southern California is similar, but tends to get less total rain during the rainy season - which is why a lot of water is shipped down that way).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Rijn View Post
    For those who aren't familiar with it, Northern California has a rainy season and a dry season. We almost never get rain in the summer, and if we do, it's usually just a few sprinkles from the remnants of a rare tropical storm. Higher altitudes towards the mountains do tend to get more than the valley (where I am), but usually it's not too different aside from snow. (It's been decades since Sacramento had snow, and then it was just a dusting.)

    Anyway, we hadn't had any rain until just before Thanksgiving last week, and now we've had a lot (at least by our standards. Wonderful for clearing out the smoke, but now there are flash flood warnings in some places. Typical Northern California (Southern California is similar, but tends to get less total rain during the rainy season - which is why a lot of water is shipped down that way).
    Yep. I just logged in to report that Hwy 99 just south of Chico was closed due to flooding earlier and some areas affected by the Camp Fire have been evacuated today as well. I also just read that the "high" route into my town of Magalia is getting snow this afternoon.

    Fire, flooding, snow...as I mentioned to my sister back east...we're overdue for an earthquake, too.
    So many bugs, so little time.

  17. #6497
    Some sun for a couple of days.
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  18. #6498
    Overcast temps about zero some snow and rain tomorrow.
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    Overcast and chilly here, 40's. Sprinkles of rain rolling through all day and tonite, hardly measurable but annoying enough.

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    First hint of summer coming, 37.8C (100F) today. Dropping a lot to only 24C tomorrow.

  21. #6501
    The cold and cold winds are back for few days at least.
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  22. #6502
    Sunny and clear during the day, still clear out camera on cell phone is not good at taking night pictures but here are a couple this morning.
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    Winter is coming slowly here in London. I wish for less rain and more snow.

  24. #6504
    Just above freezing, sunny. Doing research and getting ready for working at the auction tomorrow.
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    Upstate SC getting ready for 10-14+ inches snow this weekend. ugh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger E. Moore View Post
    Upstate SC getting ready for 10-14+ inches snow this weekend. ugh
    Hmm, reports already downgrading the amount of snow. Well, snow and ice, whatever, upstate South Carolina will be covered by glaciers or slightly coolish come Monday. I have my caveman one-piece ready. Wife has the club. We're good.
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    We may get your snow, predictions range from 1" to a foot here. Always on the line, a slight waver is all it takes. Whatever it turns out to be it all starts 24 hours from now.

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    Snowing now, heavy, 30F, expect to get 6-8 inches by sundown. A good day to make some persimmon preserves.

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    Ice storm all last night, everything is froze, we got power back after 4 hours.
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    Here's our 1-3 inches...
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    Our chicken coop in the distance
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