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Old 12-13-2009, 04:42 PM   #15
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Currently 78 F, Humidity 79%, Wind SE at 7 MPH, High today was 84 F with much the same tomorrow. Darn sure doesnt feel like Christmas

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Old 12-13-2009, 05:03 PM   #16
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This morning it was wet, foggy, drizzling mist, and 40 F that felt like 20, that's that nasty Hill Country weather. It warmed up to 75 with a sun shining like it hasn't in two weeks.
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Old 12-13-2009, 07:02 PM   #17
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I want our warm weather back again. I haven't had a cold in years and it's so cold, damp and nasty, I've got a good one now. The last three days - Rain, and more coming tonight and tomorrow.

5:00pm Dec 13 Canyon Country

Right Now Partly Cloudy
52F

Tonight Overnight Low
38F

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Avg. High: 66F
Record High: 78F
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Old 12-14-2009, 05:16 AM   #18
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I want our warm weather back again. I haven't had a cold in years and it's so cold, damp and nasty, I've got a good one now...
That is a persistent myth, but the truth is, you cannot catch a cold from being cold.

The short of it is that exposure to rhino-viruses are the real cause of colds. Colds are spread through mucus or spit getting into another persons mouth, nose and eyes. In cold weather, you'll be more comfortable if you stay dry and out of icy drafts, but you can still only catch a cold if you are exposed to a virus to which you are not immune.
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Old 12-14-2009, 10:33 AM   #19
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Generally speaking, the weather in Texas today, won't necessarily be the same tomorrow. Today it's sunny and 69 degrees ... tomorrow 39 degrees!

Sunset where the Colorado River (the Texas one), meets the Gulf of Mexico in early December:

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Old 12-14-2009, 10:38 AM   #20
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That is a persistent myth, but the truth is, you cannot catch a cold from being cold.

The short of it is that exposure to rhino-viruses are the real cause of colds. Colds are spread through mucus or spit getting into another persons mouth, nose and eyes. In cold weather, you'll be more comfortable if you stay dry and out of icy drafts, but you can still only catch a cold if you are exposed to a virus to which you are not immune.

That could be John, however. I wasn't just cold.. soaking wet .. Went to funeral Saturday, and it poured when we left. Got caught without an umbrella and a distance to get to my car. Sunday morning I had my cold.. Yup.. cold weather and rain.
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Old 12-14-2009, 12:18 PM   #21
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east coast weather----yesterday, a chilly -10 with a wind chill of -20....and those winds sure did blow!! but today, it is a balmy 1C and all the ice is starting to melt....so we were able to clean the driveway off and make walking safer. but, it'll only last a day or so because they are promising more "seasonal" weather for the rest of the week.

we have about a foot of snow on the ground, making it look quite christmassy.

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Old 12-14-2009, 12:28 PM   #22
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Right now it's 72 (F) and a drizzly, gray, day - but it beats living in Vernal, Utah (where my wife is from), which is currently having a relatively warm day of 15 degrees!
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Old 12-14-2009, 09:16 PM   #23
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After a week of dry, all hours below freezing weather and wind... the Portland area is back to normal For us, that's rain... and lots of it. The ground can handle the water, the drivers couldn't handle the slick roads from ice, certain didn't make for good Christmas shopping over the weekend.

Seven days until daylight starts growing!!!!
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Old 12-14-2009, 09:34 PM   #24
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I feel for you Rick! just don't send it east. minus 31 in Winnipeg tonight... plenty cold enough. and we live here cuz.....
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Old 12-14-2009, 10:21 PM   #25
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On Sunday in Edmonton

Edmonton was the coldest place in North America yesterday morning and the second chilliest in the world.

The Edmonton International Airport saw a record low of -46.1 C and -58.4 C with the windchill, outfreezing even the Arctic.

and I thought we had it rough!
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Old 12-16-2009, 09:29 PM   #26
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We have been having some very nice weather, as usual, the mountains to our east has been keeping the really cold stuff at bay.

Weather you asked, my nephew emailed me last night it was raining in McAllen TX, 55 degrees at 11:30 pm.

It was sunny and 55 degrees in Las Cruces at 11:30 am today and high was to be 58 and tomorrow 62 degrees with low of 32 degrees. This is a little above average for the month.

Tucson was to get to be 73 to day and 75 degrees tomorrow and Sunny. Low 41. This is above average.

Still raining in the Valley, ei RGV, ei Rio Grande Valley of deep south Texas when I check at 1 or 2 pm today. Harlingen was below average today. Average Hgn. as was McAllen. Average McA
Looks like a "cold" front made it down to them.

Pomona area east of Los Angles was in mid-70s today, will be 74 degrees tomorrow with lows about 45 degrees.
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Old 12-16-2009, 09:51 PM   #27
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We were in Maggie Valley, NC for the last four days. Mostly moderate weather, highs in the low fifties, lows ten or twenty degrees less. The kids had fun snowboarding on Cataloochee. (Mostly manufactured snow, but still fun.)

We're back home in Tampa Bay. Clear skies, high around 76 today, about 65 now at almost eleven. We are busy preparing for visits from our northern relatives in the next two months.
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Old 12-17-2009, 08:05 AM   #28
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Another foogy morning here in West Central Texas. Visibility less than 1/8 mile and temperature around freezing. It is supposed to warm to the mid 60's later in the day. We'll see. Since the 2-3 inches of snow we received on the fourth, there have been more days with cold morning fog then I have every seen in the 25 plus years I have been here. In typical Texas fashion during this time we have also had a couple of days in the upper 70's and many with lows in the low 20's. Interesting December so far this year.
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