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Old 11-30-2006, 09:58 AM   #15
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Celsius? Fahrenheit? Réaumur? Kelvin?

http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemistry/g...ts_en.html#temp
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Old 11-30-2006, 10:02 AM   #16
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I am sitting in my office in Chicago waiting for the dump. They predict rain, sleet, and 6 to 16 inches of snow beginning today and going into tomorrow, along with winds. They don't mention blizzard but it sure sounds like one to me. I rode the train in today. My VW has not mastered skating and snowplowing.

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Old 11-30-2006, 10:18 AM   #17
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The weather guys were forcasting freezing rain last night. I undstand some was found north of me, but here, just south of Portland, OR that freezing rain failed to crystalize. Temps this morning 45°F. (7°C)
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Old 11-30-2006, 07:21 PM   #18
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We are not this bad YET, but will be if this does not stop soon.
How is everyone else doing
It was 65 degrees and slightly windy today. I'm south of the Adironack Mtns.
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Old 11-30-2006, 08:38 PM   #19
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Sunday on Lopez

This Sunday on Lopez starts with spots of sun
No surprise
The San Juan Islands seldom have snow
Our rain fall is about half of Seattle’s
A cold winter night is under 40
Power failures are few and far between
This Sunday’s a little different

By noon the wind is blowing the snowflakes right at the front of the house.
The waves are marching across the bay onto the beach below.
But the heat is on in the Lazy Boy
Coffee’s on
Brandy’s poured
The Sunday paper just beat the storm
God I love this little island

The wind and snow stops at dawn next day
Then the power goes out go figure
At nine I light the wood stove
At eleven the house is warm and the sun is out
At noon the lights came on….figure
Though the roads are closed, I still love this little island
but it’s better with electric heat

Morning the next day was 18F
Sun out all day warming to 22
Evening sky fill with stars
Closing the blinds to warm the house
Trip to the store two miles a way, exciting
Tomorrow 16 and heavy PM snow
Are we having fun yet?

Next day TV weather guys wrong
The snow’s just in patches
Fir branches cover the deck
Deer nuzzling the grass sticking up
Firewood needs restacking
Ditch bound cars waiting rescue
Things normal …. Booooring
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Old 12-01-2006, 01:33 AM   #20
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Keith wrote :Still dark in Brenda, AZ ( near Quartzsite) and 33 Deg F.

What's wrong with this picture?

I left Denver to be warm.

You succeeded, my friend, because your weather was 33 degrees warmer than Denver's this morning.
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Old 12-01-2006, 09:52 AM   #21
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A couple of days ago, it started to rain, then "wintery mix", then frozen rain, then sleet, then light snow. Weather peops said to "let" your pets come in because it's too cold to leave them out. My dog LOVES this stuff. I had to make him come in last night and he was out first thing this morning. He's running around, grabbing his toys, throwing them trying to get us to play and go outside. It's suppose to warm up to 40*F today, but it'll be back in the 20's in a day or two. My dog LIVES for this time of year!
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Old 12-01-2006, 10:16 AM   #22
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A couple of days ago, it started to rain, then "wintery mix", then frozen rain, then sleet, then light snow. Weather peops said to "let" your pets come in because it's too cold to leave them out. My dog LOVES this stuff. I had to make him come in last night and he was out first thing this morning. He's running around, grabbing his toys, throwing them trying to get us to play and go outside. It's suppose to warm up to 40*F today, but it'll be back in the 20's in a day or two. My dog LIVES for this time of year!
Hi: Here in the Great Lakes Basin it seems like one big "DRAIN OH" I am starting to check E bay for used Pontoons for the Boler Later the water is suposed to turn hard and white... and you know the Weather Guy is never wrong!!! Alf S. North shore of Lake Erie
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Old 12-01-2006, 11:06 AM   #23
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My dog LIVES for this time of year!
MY two hounds, on the other hand, have to be suited up in doggie coats (which they hate) and dragged outside! Big, whimpy retired greyhounds who take their new 'couch potato' status very seriously!!!

38 F this morning - no ice, no snow, no rain and no wind - pretty perfect from my POV.

Keep warm everyone!
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Old 12-01-2006, 06:40 PM   #24
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Must be following the right trail -- We left our Bay Area (SF bay, Calif). 75 days, 60 nights for a trip to Hawaii, where the weather was 80s day, 70s night. While we were gone, it rained in CA. But when we got home, it was back to 70s weather again. All this in early Nov.

We left for a trip to Louisiana a couple of weeks ago (just got home). The weather there was mid 70s in the day, 60s at night. Very nice. Apparently another storm made its way through Calif while we were gone. It is just now reaching Louisiana, where the temps are falling to 50s. Back here in east bay, we have sunny days in the 60s and nights approaching freezing. Still teeshirt weather, if you get up late enough.

Moral of story -- there's good weather somewhere.
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Old 12-02-2006, 11:43 AM   #25
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Here is a shot of our '78 Burro:


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Ah, winter in Oak Park, IL. We had our first blast of winter Friday and the Burro looks like a big frosting covered egg! (Yes, that is a blue tarp covering it. I know some of you don't like covering with a tarp, but the leaves and sticks are hard on it under the big silver maple.)
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Old 12-02-2006, 04:53 PM   #26
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after promising awful temps and bad storms for the day, our weather here is just fine.

it is surprising how a big storm can miss by just a few miles. there was a lot of heavy rain to the east and south and we did have terrible wind gusts locally. one of the huge trees on the riverbank has gone down into the water. it must be 30 inches in diameter at 6 feet above the ground......wait a minute, it is now lying on its side in the water with it's roots in the air and a 12 foot hole in the riverbank. it is therefore BELOW the ground. and below the water.

i just noticed that someone's rattan porch furniture is washing around in the water and hitting the tree trunk. all three pieces of furniture. strange but not as strange as the floating refrigerator that went by last year.
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Old 12-02-2006, 05:37 PM   #27
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Friday we had about 5 to 6 inches of drifting snow in my driveway, covering a layer of pure ice that fell the night before.

Now, it has all melted, well 85% anyway. The driveway and sidewalks are clear.

That's one of the nice things about living in Oklahoma. Throw the snow shovel away (haven't owned one in 15 years), sit back a day and let Mother Nature do the work!
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Old 12-12-2006, 12:09 AM   #28
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Sun in November, amazing!

Then snow, fun for the kids -- then rain and rain and rain, just a bit of snow left.

And dark, like this:


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