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    I remember warm. It seems like yesterday. Birds singing, brooks babbling, golf was in the air, barbecue grills merrily sizzling , the top down on the car
    the Beach Boys singing "i get around" . It must be so very 'warm' in a kind of summer way. Alas and alack.

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    We had a high wind advisory for 35 - 45 mph winds with gusts to 60 mph in effect from 4pm - 10 pm. The winds never materialized though. Maybe the advisory should've been to advise us high winds were not going occur...

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    ...just watch the current Atlas 5/Cygnus launch to know the weather here.. :-(

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    We got a light coating of snow not 15 cm that was forecasted.
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    Just saw the long range forecast and it looks like above normal temps expected in my area possibly through Xmas. Fine by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redshifter View Post
    We had a high wind advisory for 35 - 45 mph winds with gusts to 60 mph in effect from 4pm - 10 pm. The winds never materialized though. Maybe the advisory should've been to advise us high winds were not going occur...
    At least it's warmer. It was very cold here for a few days. Which is to say low 30's F. We did have a bit of wind in Port Townsend yesterday.
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    Unseasonably warm.
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    Have 34 F , wind light, overcast. They had 50 MPH winds down in Charleston,RI earlier today.

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    It was cloudy but not raining, but then it got ominously dark. Then I realized that it was night.

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    Big temp swing at night. Today, it was 58F, tonight,38 and colder. Days are nice.

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    Rain. Warm, about 50F, but rain. Flooding anticipated for tomorrow.

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    Haven't heard much yet, but major flooding is forecast for our area rivers as LookingSkyward stated. Lots of rain combined with warm temps (mid 50's where I am) meant the freezing level went way up and melted a lot of snow. Per one weather service spokesperson: "Kirby Cook of the weather service likened the succession of storms to “a fire hose coming in off the Pacific.”" http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-...es-washington/

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    The Skagit river crested well below the expected level last night, so no major flooding today - yay!

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    Hang in there, you guys.
    Got 47F today, warmer in the forecast.

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    I see that The Great Northwet is living up to its name lately. I hope all of our Members there are staying high, dry and safe.
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    Just quiet and overcast, got 55F and going to 60 today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    I see that The Great Northwet is living up to its name lately. I hope all of our Members there are staying high, dry and safe.
    Oh my yes. It was AWFUL yesterday. Looking better today.

    What a lot of folks don't understand about us, is that we aren't really used to rain. We're used to drizzle.
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    Yes, drizzle doesn't usually bury your car and was down the hill, making mudslides.

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    Very warm this weekend ( and a low alagasco bill): http://www.alabamawx.com/?p=96972
    Storms Sunday night.

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    Warm here in Halifax and raining...that's Halifax, Nova Scotia. I do fear a repeat of last winter...fairly snow free up til New Years...and when Jan hit...4 months of non-stop white misery. Well this "is" Canada...so; yah get winter.

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    Warm and sunny here in New Brunswick. Got out got some pine bows and wondered the woods for a while this after noon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by astrotimer View Post
    Warm and sunny here in New Brunswick. Got out got some pine bows and wondered the woods for a while this after noon.
    Where about, we lived in Bathurst in the mid 1970s.

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    St. Stephen, its on the border with Maine in the southwestern corner.
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    Rainy and nothing much to do.
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    a lovely sun break

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    Quote Originally Posted by LookingSkyward View Post
    a lovely sun break
    Not so much, just 30 miles or so to the south. But at least it's not pouring like it did all day Saturday.
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    Sunny down here in Bellevue (at the office), too. Sorry you're not getting it at your place, Treb!

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    Warm and getting a little rain today. Saw on the weather channel that it's most likely that no one east of the Mississipi will have a White Xmas this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LookingSkyward View Post
    Sunny down here in Bellevue (at the office), too. Sorry you're not getting it at your place, Treb!
    It did come along just a bit later. Stuff that amuses me: Sometimes I forget other people have to work!
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    Got 50 F and drizzle , in a big way. Still....... no snow

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