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    WeatherBug is forecasting stars in front of the moon just like weather.com used to.

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    Some light snow falling again, just got a few centimeters here yesterday, probably just a few today also.

    I feel for you Ozduck on the hot days it must be miserable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    Some light snow falling again, just got a few centimeters here yesterday, probably just a few today also.

    I feel for you Ozduck on the hot days it must be miserable.
    Thanks for the thoughts but it is not really miserable. We have air-con and a pool so can cool off. If we want to make the effort we can wander down to the river parks or ocean shores. On even the 40' degree days you can have lovely mornings and evenings outside. Like most people you 'get used to it'.

    Conversely, I couldn't bear the thought of putting with months of cloudy skies and drizzle - like the summer month we spent in Ireland. Being 'trapped' in your house by extreme cold seems a far worse fate to me. Different strokes etc.
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  5. #7025
    While there is one Ozzy podcaster that seems to take off to San Francisco this time of year to avoid the heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    While there is one Ozzy podcaster that seems to take off to San Francisco this time of year to avoid the heat.
    He, may of course, be from an area with far worse weather than what we have in Perth. The official description of the local area is "hot-summer Mediterranean climate". Similar, I believe, to much of southern California .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozduck View Post
    He, may of course, be from an area with far worse weather than what we have in Perth. The official description of the local area is "hot-summer Mediterranean climate". Similar, I believe, to much of southern California .
    I think he is from the Sidney area, I have very distant relative in the are only meant him once about five years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    I think he is from the Sidney area, I have very distant relative in the are only meant him once about five years ago.
    To me, Sydney is a lot more humid in summer so that may be a factor. But, of course, Perth is about 4,000 km from Sydney by road so I am no expert.

  9. #7029
    It looks no matter there is a chance of snow until the weekend, then a chance of rain.
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  10. #7030
    Going to get a few centimeters of snow today.
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  11. #7031
    Cold and windy today but suppose to warm up over the next couple of days which is good because it is time to unload a truck again for an auction.
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  12. #7032
    Some light snow right now but a messy storm coming in and because of that the a hockey tournament my niece is in is being rescheduled and they have to leave early, also got the mail.
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    An amazing mid 60's F today and 72F expected for tomorrow. I took advantage of the dry warmish spell to stain the deck. For the next 7 days and nights temps will not drop into the 30's so the warm spell will continue even at night. I'm still picking collards which is crazy, usually they're a frozen mush by now. No dip into the teens yet this winter, weird.

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    We love where we live, except for one thing: the wind. It's been excessively windy for several days now and I'm really tired of it.
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    -17C and lightly snowing. We've had snow on and off for several days, and the season's net accumulation here is about 55 cm. The forecast has a number in it that I haven't seen in several years: -40C overnight at the end of the week. Well, we'll see if that holds...

  16. #7036
    About freezing, rain and freezing rain and the farthest my tired old banes are going today is probably the woodshed if that far.
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  17. #7037
    Well a bit cooler now but it is winter in New Brunswick and a couple of snow storms coming in few days, well got enough wood so I don't have to really go out if I don't have to, maybe I will get some writing done.
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    An example of Segal's Law:



    Yesterday, at -39C, I walked 3 km to an appointment rather than bother starting the vehicle. It's just easier to bundle up. Think I'll stay inside and read today.
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    Mercy! I guess I won't complain about our one inch of snow and 0C.
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    Right now there are two storm systems that might hit, one might go out int the Atlantic and we might not get much here but hit Halifax a bit more, they seem to be getting most of the snow this year and another one might hit over the weekend now. Right now the second one is in Colorado.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Mercy! I guess I won't complain about our one inch of snow and 0C.
    Haha. It's supposed to rise to the mid -20s tomorrow, and a balmy 0C in a week.

    Our weather service reminds us "Frostbite in minutes". I believe them. The pavement really contracts when it's this cold, creating new cracks in the roads. The cracks telegraph up through the compact snow on the street, and it's kind of strange to see.

    I'm taking pictures of these thermometers because this is so rare and next summer I'll have a hard time believing it ever happened. We had -46C here about 30 years ago, but this morning's temperature is now the coldest I've experienced. I should add that I live in the lowest elevation part of town, a cold air ponding area by the river. If I move upslope 30 m, it'll be 5C warmer.

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  22. #7042
    Usually it is everyone east of the Rockies that get the real bad cold and snow. We got a little snow and is now sunny and 0C right now but there is some snow coming but probably hit Halifax and Nova Scotia the hardest. We haven't had our pipes freeze once yet this winter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Backroad Astronomer View Post
    Usually it is everyone east of the Rockies that get the real bad cold and snow. We got a little snow and is now sunny and 0C right now but there is some snow coming but probably hit Halifax and Nova Scotia the hardest. We haven't had our pipes freeze once yet this winter.
    The extreme cold is certainly less common west of the Rockies, but we're well acquainted with snow. Where I grew up on the north coast we had 1046 cm of it one winter. That's 34' 4" for the foot-and-inch people.

  24. #7044
    Quote Originally Posted by Torsten View Post
    The extreme cold is certainly less common west of the Rockies, but we're well acquainted with snow. Where I grew up on the north coast we had 1046 cm of it one winter. That's 34' 4" for the foot-and-inch people.
    That is even worse than Moncton, I've been in February and seen snow banks up to the roofs of single story houses.
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  25. #7045
    A little bit of snow, tomorrow suppose to feel like -25 C with the wind chill, the internet went out and enjoyed the day without the internet, just had to unplug and plug back in, enjoyed reading, splitting some kindling, and seeing my nieces team win another game.
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  26. #7046
    Cold, can feel it indoors cold.
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  27. #7047
    Phrases you don't like hearing on the radio, "...possible frost bite..". Well back to reading and Enterprise.
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  28. #7048
    Still not as cold as Torsten but we are down to -20C, probably have to bring in some wood later, time for coffee, English muffin and a few clemintines.
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    It rarely gets down to freezing here, but that is cold enough for me. Today I think the low was 37F. I know I have an issue with cold feet (and hands to a lesser extent) largely I think due to blood pressure medicine. I usually keep the house at 70F, but sometimes turn it up to 72F for comfort. Though I can handle 68f if I am under a comforter or am active.

    I have lived in places where it got really cold (Anchorage and mid west) but I donít think I would do well in such places in winter any more.

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    We had our first tornadoes for the year
    https://www.weather.gov/bmx/event_01112020

    After a warm start--temps will drop tomorrow.

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