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5 hours ago, MC39693 said:

@Wolfbane, I have an Eddie Bauer expedition coat from the late '80s.  I think it is ten pounds of down.  That's how I stay warm.  Actually, I've only worn it about 10 days it's just too hot.  Had to wear it in Ft. McMurray when it was -51 C.  Ouch.  GWN ... and it is snowing in Calgary as I write this.

 

Look on the bright-side: Snowing means relatively warm if it’s not windy.❄️

 

Barbecuing Rib Steak here tonight for dinner. Where it’s still Damn 🥵!

 

 

Wb

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3 minutes ago, Wolfbane said:

Where it’s still Damn 🥵!

you must have made your trek to the southwest?

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3 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

i have a Chinese military Yak coat that weighs 10 pounds; but it is so warm. don’t think i’ll need it where i live now; but it came in handy at my last location. weather in the teens and not a single bit chilly to me. 

 

Chinese Military Yak? Must have got too old to carry ammunition to Hong Kong. Probably dispatched like George Patton did that donkey blocking ‘his bridge’ in Italy then added to cookie’s pot.

 

Wb

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Just now, BigStewMan said:

you must have made your trek to the southwest?

 

 

Flew in on Sunday. My arms are still tired!🤡

 

Wb

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was in a military surplus store last year and saw this coat. So, i decided to buy it. other than the weight, it is comfortable and very warm. 

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1 minute ago, Wolfbane said:

 

 

Flew in on Sunday. My arms are still tired!🤡

 

Wb

hope you enjoy your stay.  Sometimes I make the mistake of looking up the weather in my old hometown ... I spent most of my life in Huntington Beach (if you don’t know that is south of Los Angeles).  Right this Minute it’s 70 and they had a high of 77. That place has incredible weather most of the year. 

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Front just came through...rain win d thin line.. 48-67 tomorrow. . yes

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Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente has issued a state of emergency in the county due to heavy rain and flooding.

Posted: Oct 31, 2019 10:27 PM
Updated: Nov 1, 2019 12:02 AM
Posted By: WKTV
 

Oneida and Herkimer counties issued a state of emergency Thursday evening due to heavy rain and flooding. Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente advises no unnecessary travel throughout the county until further notice.

Whitesboro residents from Mohawk Street to Yorkville were instructed to evacuate around 10 p.m. and directed to the Whitesboro Fire Department. The American Red Cross is there to assist those evacuating.

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Oriskany Boulevard and Main Street in Whitesboro were both closed due to flooding.

Several Utica streets are flooded, including:

 

  • Lincoln and Sunset avenues north of Plant Street
  • Genesee Steet between Tracy and Oswego streets
  • Albany Street between Kossuth Avenue and Rutget Street
  • Arterial between Oswego and Court streets
  • Bleecker Street
  • Noyes Street 

 

Local residents took to social media to report several other flooded areas and closed roadways in and around Utica, including:

 

  • Parts of the Thruway
  • Oriskany Boulevard
  • Parts of Commercial Drive
  • Eastwood Avenue
  • South Street
  • Eagle Street
  • Roberts Road in Sauquoit
  • Lower Mallory Road in Washington Mills
  • Chapman and Kellog roads in New Hartford
  • Mohawk Street in New Hartford
  • Albany Road in New Hartford
  • Route 5 at Dyke Road
  • Route 5S 
  • Route 12
  • Elm Street in Chadwicks
  • Oneida Street in Washington Mills
  • Dix Road in Westmoreland
  • Bush Road in Schuyler
  • Utica Street in Oriskany
  • Corner of Elm and George streets in Rome

 

Route 28 is closed from Kast Bridge in Herkimer to the village of Poland, and Route 5S is closed from Utica to Frankfort. Route 5 is also closed in the town of Schuyler.

Herkimer County has also issued a no unnecessary travel advisory for the areas of Frankfort, Schuyler, Herkimer, Newport, Norway, Fairfield, Russia and Middleville.

Both Oneida and Herkimer counties are a flash flood warning until 5 a.m. Friday morning. Winds are expected to reach 40-60 mph throughout Central New York until early Friday afternoon.

Residents are also advised to stay clear of areas with standing water as they may contain contaminants.

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, BigStewMan said:

hope you enjoy your stay.  Sometimes I make the mistake of looking up the weather in my old hometown ... I spent most of my life in Huntington Beach (if you don’t know that is south of Los Angeles).  Right this Minute it’s 70 and they had a high of 77. That place has incredible weather most of the year. 

 

Thank - yes, enjoying my stay so far. Weather good, spouse trying to not be too helpful. (She still operates like a walking, talking volume remote regarding my stereo here). 

 

So things are getting done.

 

I also get to play electrician and plumber for a couple of hours as home maintenance, like rust, never sleeps. I have been to Huntington Beach; having toured through California a number of times.

 

That said: Mostly before the people running the large cities there decided to stop imposing  common sense.

 

Wb

 

 

 

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50 minutes ago, CECAA850 said:

36 This morning, WHAT??????????

Think we've all been hit with the storms at the beginning of this low pressure system!

Nippy here too, finally looked at the thermometer at 7:30 and it was up to 35 in the shade then. It only got down to 68 inside here but the window was cold when I touched it.

People were on the sidewalk when the squall line hit hard and they scattered around 5pm. Only had two families with kids show up, I guess wet grass is scary for a lot of young-uns😂.

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8 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

Think we've all been hit with the storms at the beginning of this low pressure system!

Nippy here too, finally looked at the thermometer at 7:30 and it was up to 35 in the shade then. It only got down to 68 inside here but the window was cold when I touched it.

People were on the sidewalk when the squall line hit hard and they scattered around 5pm. Only had two families with kids show up, I guess wet grass is scary for a lot of young-uns😂.

Humidity dropped to 74%.  It's pretty nice outside.  Should warm up to the mid to upper 50's.

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That's nice Carl!

Got no idea what it will be like here except for the clear skies for the first time in a couple of weeks. We got a deluge complete with 45 + mph winds and close by lightning here right before dark so I'd wager the humidity here will stay high unless it warms up.

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Just a few little white things flying around this morning.  30 when I went out this morning and only getting in the low 40s today.  Was really blowing here last night and into the early morning, but the wind has laid down and now it's just typical N.E. Ohio gray.  Niece is getting married tomorrow and was originally planning to do it outside, why in November they would plan that in Ohio is beyond me.  I think it's supposed to get in the high 40's tomorrow, but hopefully they will change it to inside. 

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7 degrees with a wind chill of -9.  Probably will set record lows tonight. 

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82 Degrees F here in the desert today. Cooling down to highs in the mid-70's from tomorrow. It'll be like a hot summer day back north. 🌞

 

Wb

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51 and clear here in the Pacific Northwest.  but dang ... i miss the desert.  nothing better than a hot desert night. 

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Dropping from 80s to 30s over a few hours with 40 mph winds

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12 hours ago, USNRET said:

Dropping from 80s to 30s over a few hours with 40 mph winds

North wind is crazy here as well.

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