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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by slippin slider, Nov 2, 2013.
- 6 F.... but it's a dry - 6 .
Currently -2. I left the dome light on in my car last night so now I have it on the charger.
Same here. Our battery crapped out Saturday, so I've been using the charger to start it. The only good news it's 1 degree above zero! First time in a week that it's been on the plus side at daybreak.
High 50s and sunny here on Mallorca
Warm enough to do this yesterday. Mid eighties.
Peaked at 14. It's headed back down already.
55F/12C was the high here.
34F/1C will be the low.
When I left for work this morning, it was 9F. I think I'm going to move to Arizona; I hear it's warm there.
That should do it.
a great washing day here...
did the first load and hung it up.. it was dry when the second load finished.... too easy..
hot north wind.. 32C.... energy sapping humidity... sigh...
20F here currently! Brrrrrrr
I looked at the mid Canadian temps and got my chilly butt off
the pity pot.
That's are good deal work until it's -30 and then go home with no pay
that's a real good deal, for someone.
4:30 a.m. today 32°F .... let's see....Oakland is 60° F warmer than Alberta.
I'll stay in earth quake country thank you, though it is like living at the foot of mount Vesuvius.
This morning it was abut 35 with a damp fog, gradually warmed up and cleared up to 65 by noon. Turned out to be a beautiful day, but great weather to get a sinus infection.
It only made it to 82 degrees today, I think that tied an 80 year record, and right now at almost 1am and the temp is 54 degrees.
The average Arizona December temperature is 55, so I don't
think that 82 is going to last.
Within the past couple of weeks, it's been into the low thirties, as well as the low eighties. And the low eighties was more recent.
95! Feeling like 98! Hurts so much. Lights go out because the power grid can't keep up with A/Cs (does that ever happen anywhere else in summer?).
Big storm coming, it might lower it a bit but we are always heating like a sauna until New Year.
It's funny because all the Christmas decorations are about snow, and Santa wears the big furry hat and coat while we are cooking. (Southern Hemispherians, don't you get the same? Or have you adapted Santa to our hemisphere?).
That's what they are predicting for the weekend, back to mid-50s for daytime highs.
65 Fahrenheit and clear here in New Orleans.
Time to go back out and get more work done!