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  1. #6991
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    Yesterday was a tad warm at 41.6 C (just under 107 F). Today is a little bit cooler as it seems to have peaked at 36.8 C. I haven't been near my bicycle for a couple of days,
    Last edited by ozduck; 2019-Dec-04 at 04:12 AM.

  2. #6992
    -5 C and going be the high for the next couple of days, than rain for a couple of days.
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  3. #6993
    Foggy and rainy out right now, more rain tomorrow than snow and finally cold and clear on Thursday.
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  4. #6994
    It has cleared up here with a nice bright full moon, so bright that the light is reflecting of the windshield of the old jeep and the sides of the RV in the field like someone is down there with a flashlight, Yes I walked half way down the field to check it out.
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  5. #6995
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    Dark and dismal. I've been feeling SAD.
    Cum catapultae proscriptae erunt tum soli proscript catapultas habebunt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Dark and dismal. I've been feeling SAD.
    You need to visit here then. Yesterday was just under 38 C and the next four days are forecast to be 40/41 C.

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    23F here this morning, I covered the few remaining/developing cabbages and broccoli plants with old blankets at dusk last night hoping to save them. The future week nite temps won't be that brutal for them. May still get some broccoli but the cabbages appear stunted from the 20F cold blast we had a month ago.
    I also tend to get SAD so I try to spend as much time outside, esp during sunny days, it seems to help even though the sun sets around 4:30pm which is sad in another way.

  8. #6998
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    You need to visit here then. Yesterday was just under 38 C and the next four days are forecast to be 40/41 C.
    Sorry, too dang warm! 20C is all I ever need.

    And I'd need some sort of teleport booth anyhow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Dark and dismal. I've been feeling SAD.
    Add wet. December-January of 1981-82 was one of the dreariest times of my life when I studied in Vancouver. It rained or snowed 54 of 62 days, and it must've been cloudy the other days because I have no recollection of seeing the sun those two months. I have sisters living nearby who used to suggest that I also move there, since all my children were living in Victoria, but I told them "Not likely". One of my daughters has since moved north again because she "needs real winters with snow".

    It's -5C today, and lightly snowing.

  10. #7000
    Warming with a lot of rain coming with it.
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  11. #7001
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    Not mine but....Iíve been watching the Presidents Cup golf matches in Melbourne, Australia. The golfers and many. spectators have been wearing sweaters with temperatures in the high 50s and 60s.

    On Wednesday the forecast calls for a high of 100F.

    Instant summer?


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    Quote Originally Posted by schlaugh View Post
    Not mine but....Iíve been watching the Presidents Cup golf matches in Melbourne, Australia. The golfers and many. spectators have been wearing sweaters with temperatures in the high 50s and 60s.

    On Wednesday the forecast calls for a high of 100F.

    Instant summer?


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    In Australia, Melbourne is notorious for very changeable weather. It is usually described as prone to having 'four seasons in a day'. I have experienced just that on visits there.

  13. #7003
    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    In Australia, Melbourne is notorious for very changeable weather. It is usually described as prone to having 'four seasons in a day'. I have experienced just that on visits there.
    There is a similar saying for some places weather."If you do not like the weather, wait a few minute...",some Sam guy said it or was it a Mark but none the twain shall met.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    You need to visit here then. Yesterday was just under 38 C and the next four days are forecast to be 40/41 C.
    Well we didn't get 4 days in a row of 40/41. The last 4 days were actually 39,40,41 & 41. The a/c has certainly had a workout. Test Cricket (Australia v New Zealand) has been on in Perth over those days and I have been comfortably sitting at home watching cricketers run around in the heat.

    Tomorrow is forecast to be a much nicer 35 C.

  15. #7005
    Windy,, clearing off after a lot of rain. I am getting my energy back after fighting a cold. Might setup the tv for the living room the lamps went out in it and also got a tv for my room yesterday but that is already setup.
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  16. #7006
    A bit chilly but sunny and the wind has gone. Gotta do a few outdoor things before snow comes tomorrow evening.
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  17. #7007
    Looks like not snow headed here, it is headed just south of Nova Scotia let them have it this time.
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    Right some light snow and time to bring in some wood.
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    Typical early winter temps here with mid 20's - upper 40's F. Presently enjoying a dry spell for the next week or so. A warming period from now until early Jan is predicted with a cold wave expected to arrive after the early January thaw.

  21. #7011
    About 2 C and overcast, the rest of week sunny with cloudy periods. Good because tomorrow at friend of the families/neighbors for dinner and Christmas morning unwrapping of presents and breakfast at the sisters.
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  22. #7012
    Sunny and about -14 C, suppose to warm over the weekend and snow early next week. Doesn't really matter to me because my sleep schedule is all mixed up. Maybe do a few outdoors over the next few days.
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    One last bout of severe weather this year
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    mid 60s today

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    Close to 70F and sunny here today, a good day to work outside. Rain expected tomorrow with mild temps, no real freezing weather in the upcoming weekly forecast. Not a bad winter so far, took down our Santa flag and replaced him with the Snowman flag.

  25. #7015
    Looks like rain and snow starting this evening and over the next day or so, in Ontario I see they have had an ice storm and power outages.
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  26. #7016
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    Dismal, rainy and windy.
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  27. #7017
    We got a few centimeters of snow during the day and some freezing rain in the evening.
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  28. #7018
    Clearing up for a couple of days, maybe it will help reset the old biological clock.
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  29. #7019
    Cloudy with a pieces of blue sky peaking thru and just above 0 C prefect day to check the mail and load up the wood box.
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  30. #7020
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    Since the run of 4 days around 40 C just before Christmas the weather here has been fabulous. Christmas Day itself was about 36 C but cooled off fairly early. Since then most days have been in the mid to high 20 Cs. We even managed to get a very welcome few millimetres of rain one night. Today was just over 35 C and very pleasant. The temperature is expected to drop to the high 20's - low 30's for the next week or so, again very nice.

    We have been very lucky to miss the extreme weather the Eastern States have been suffering through.

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