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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by unixfish, Nov 2, 2020.
Got a good half inch or so on the car this morning.
Yeah, but you're not that far from me, and still in northeast Ohio, soooo...
It snowed in Toronto too, though not very much. Supposed to be 17C (high 60's F) this Friday and Saturday, and mid teens (low 60's) from Wednesday on!! I'll take it!!
Tell you the truth; I dunno how you people live up North...Mankind was not intended to live north of I-10.
Weather is the only good thing about Florida, but that is a BIG thing with me.
If there is way too much snow accumulated over time in a certain state then it will be very round at both ends of the state and way too high in the middle right around Columbus.
Hey! I was born (1954) and raised in Massillon!! Yeah, I'm an old guy. I live in Akron now. And, it snowed here too, of course.
Yep. I'm only a half hour from downtown Akron, just west a bit. Same weather pattern.
Born raised Akron 1958 I’m a little less old guy
Live in Massillon
An inch or so stuck to the ground here in Boston the day before, I got to hear about yours from my folks in Youngstown. More often we inherit your old weather, the other way around.
@rodger and @fasthand I went to school in Akron, worked part time (and got robbed at) a Video Time store at W. Market/Exchange. My sister and her family are down the street in Fairlawn now.
In Hartville the ground was covered till about 10:30. I gassed up the snow blower and ran it for a while yesterday.
Also the generator. I also ordered some new winter gloves that supposedly let you use a touch screen with your gloves on. We'll see.
We used to live on Lowndale Ave, off White Pond and Frank. Same area!
It's still Spring here ( summer in December) and it was 35C ( 95F ) before midday here in southern Australia. I think we're in for a hot summer. It's already been over 30C a few times.
Started using the fireplace this week, mostly 'cuz propane is expensive.
That's awesome! My sister is just off of Miller, a little bit further out. I always liked that end of Akron, between roughly your old neighborhood and Highland Square, ignoring the truly suburban commercial/mall stretch of 18. But even that had a Hamburger Station, so it's forgiven. Lots of cool early and midcentury houses over there, an actually pretty cool "square," had been wealthy enough to be wide, grassy and well-kept. But not so wealthy as to repel somebody like me.
It's been 70 or better the last 2 or 3 days in Boise. Indigo skies.
the first signs of the most horrible time of the year
...nightmares roasting on an open fire...headaches pumping in my head...