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Just the good ol' Minnesota winter here!

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Our low tonight is the lowest so far this winter (or last winter) and still 56 degrees higher than yours. Were freezing outside here, 35 now but going to 28 before morning, 51 for the high tomorrow. :blush2:

 

-28  that's crazy, and it can get worse they say

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In Parkersburg, WV we are currently at +17, expecting some snow then dropping to +3 by morning.

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21 minutes ago, dtel said:

-28  that's crazy, and it can get worse they say

 

Yeah, the crazy part is tomorrow's high temperature of -20.  It's the coldest forecasted high of anywhere in Minnesota and we're in west central MN.  It usually gets a lot colder in northern MN.

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Wind Chill Warning in South Central New York

Active for next 1 day · 
This alert has been updated.
 
Posted 1 hour ago
...WIND CHILL WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS AFTERNOON
TO 6 PM EST THURSDAY...

* WHAT...Dangerously cold wind chills expected. Wind chills of
20 below to 30 below zero expected. Wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph
this afternoon.

* WHERE...Much of Upstate New York and Northeast Pennsylvania.

* WHEN...Wind Chill Warning from 2 PM this afternoon to 6 PM EST
Thursday. Lowest wind chills this evening through Thursday
morning.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...The cold wind chills could cause
frostbite on exposed skin within 30 minutes.
Recommended actions
A Wind Chill Warning means the combination of very cold air and
the wind will create dangerously low wind chill values. Frostbite
can occur quickly and even hypothermia or death if precautions
are not taken.
Stay indoors. If you must go out, limit your time outside and
dress in layers.

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a brisk 29 degrees here in southern North Carolina this morning.................Talking  about high 50's to mid 60's  starting Friday through next week

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Mid sixties today... beach weather.

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Upper 30's this morning going up to mid 50s this afternoon. 

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Temperature -1.5 with zero winds in Twinsburg, Ohio

JJK

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34 minutes ago, JJkizak said:

Temperature -1.5 with zero winds in Twinsburg, Ohio

JJK

 

It changed: Temperature -2.5F and about 15 knot wind.

JJK

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1 hour ago, Schu said:

Mid sixties today... beach weather.

Mid sixties?  Light the fireplace Mabel, that's cold in Las Vegas!  Time to head to Lake Meade for some entertainment.  ⛸️

 

It's six degrees here in West Virginia and will be all day.

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The weather station at the nearby Elementary School indicates 

-15 degree air temp

-35 degrees Wind Chill

18mph sustained with 35mph gust.

Indianapolis Intl Airport reports  -11 air temp which is a record for the date.

 

All is good here but hearing of all the power outages on the local news is disturbing.

 

Be safe everyone.

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The wind chill is another thing the weather people are flogging to death. The chill index started out (in Antartica) as a measurement of temperature/wind speed on exposed flesh to determine how much time is involved before the flesh freezes. The USA  Air Force used a chicken later on (Can't remember if it was alive or dead) for a subject. In the old days everybody just said it was cold and doubled up on clothing. The Eskimos  (supposedly) invented the parka with a fur lined hood which closed around the face to create a warm air pocket to prevent the eyes from freezing in -50F weather. American workers in this kind of weather were limited and timed to how long they were exposed. (maybe not enforced)

Not sure if they invented "Iron Pants". The weather people also fail to mention that if you have a sore or cut on your exposed flesh that it is the first thing that freezes. And mittens instead of fingered gloves.

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1 degree in Cornfield county ,IN.  - 15 windchill.

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