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Old 12-29-2017, 02:43 PM   #1
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Unhappy It's so cold.........

Even Jack Frost is wearing long underwear....
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Old 12-29-2017, 03:24 PM   #2
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Sunday night -> Monday morning we're supposed to be in the teens. Doesn't happen that often or stay long but glad I'll be in my bed sleeping it away!
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I think it hit 90 yesterday in Ft. Myers. (No complaints)
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Old 12-29-2017, 04:33 PM   #4
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We will not get above zero for the next 4 to 5 days
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Old 12-29-2017, 04:48 PM   #5
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Not sure about cold but it was so windy here the other day, I saw a seagull lay the same egg twice!

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At least the dog isn't quite so picky in this weather.
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Bitter cold [as it is here] is frustrating to say the least. Last summer was one of the buggiest [mostly gnats & black flies] I've ever experienced and from what I've read it's due to the last 2 winters being mild. After this winter there better not be any this summer.
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Old 12-29-2017, 05:18 PM   #8
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Apparently Henry's Hard Soda and Budweiser will freeze in the bottle when left in the trailer without the heat on for a few days below zero. Thankfully, none of the bottles broke. Nothing in cans froze however.
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Twelve degrees is not going to stop me from grilling a chicken on the kamado grill tomorrow.
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Old 12-29-2017, 10:07 PM   #10
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New Year's Day will bring a wind chill of minus 25 degrees in southern KS. We anticipate viewing it from inside the warmth and comfort of the home and fireplace.
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Typical Colorado day. It was single digits a few days ago, but hit 64* F today. Right now it's back to 17* F.

Crazy.
Typical but weird for us midwesterners to get used to these swings.
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minus 23.8 fahrenheit here in Winnipeg brrrr
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I think it hit 90 yesterday in Ft. Myers. (No complaints)
My wife an I where in N Ft Myers to visit my Mom Christmas weekend. We spent a good part of the time in the screened in patio bexasue if how nice the weather was. None of that humidity, no bugs, just comfortable. I was suprised, I forgot Fl could actually be like that. All I remember is the 100% humidity

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You break wind and an ice cube rolls out your pant leg.
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You open the refrigerator door to feel warm air.
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Wind chill -93 near here. Luckily you can’t camp on Mt Washington

It’s a balmy. -5 here in the lowlands
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Bitter cold [as it is here] is frustrating to say the least. Last summer was one of the buggiest [mostly gnats & black flies] I've ever experienced and from what I've read it's due to the last 2 winters being mild. After this winter there better not be any this summer.
Ever been in the Far North? Lot colder and a lot more bugs than here!!!
Cold does not equate less bugs!
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I have friends on another forum that live near the Arctic Circle. -40 today. In the summer it can be beastly hot and the bugs are worse than in the Southern US..
However ticks thrive in warm winters.
Its almost 0 today. We're going out to play
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So cold we’re chipping puppies off fire hydrants.
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