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 Post subject: baby, it's cold outside
PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 1:58 am 
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so night before last, Sunday night, the "official" low was 26 - breaking the old record of 30! At my house, it was 22!

I got up the other morning (about 6:30) to use the restroom - didn't notice that I didn't hear the toilet tank refilling - but definitely noticed that there was no water in the sink - the supply had frozen!

right now, it's 35 outside. considerably better than Sunday night (the night my baby trees froze their little leaves off) - when before I retired, AND upon rising Monday morn, it was below freezing - brrrrrr

A client of mine told me that it was the first time in 21 years that the house water had frozen.

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Yeah it's hell on the sinus' and allergies. The weather has been weird latley, although I don't think it has to do with the stuff Art Bell seems to think.


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I think it has to do with La Nina, not global warming. The jet stream seems to have dipped. It was 17 degrees here the other night. Today it seems to have warmed up a bit, but we have another huge snow storm heading in on Friday.

I have to go into town tomorrow to stock up. The last huge snow storm had us pretty much trapped here for several days. They close the roads into town and that is even if you want to drive on them, which I didn't. It is a dirt road up to my house from the highway, it isn't cleared by the state, the neighbors normally do it, but we were all overwhelmed last time since we have never had that much snow to clear before. I have my fingeres crossed that this next storm won't be as bad as that one.

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It was so cold that Toledo, Ohio -- 5 above zero at noon, up from 4 below -- even closed its outdoor ice rink. "The irony is not lost on us," said city spokesman Brian Schwartz.

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Hard to say it's global warming here, we've had a much colder than normal winter.

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baemark wrote:
Hard to say it's global warming here, we've had a much colder than normal winter.


Well, every year the desert southwest is HOT, but the almanac shows that it's not really hotter or more sustained than at other time.

Winters get cold, too, but never colder, or for longer spells, that other times.

I'm willing to believe in "climate change", but I can see that there's a lot of "cyclical" to blame for it.

Still not believing that it's a good thing to dump all this crap in the air and water though.

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Still not believing that it's a good thing to dump all this crap in the air and water though.


Or our lungs (cough..cough)

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