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46F right now @ 0740, and nothing but sunshine. Not a cloud to be seen. Was 38 @ dawn.

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I'm in the Dayton, Ohio area. Today is the first day we've had that actually feels like winter, and February is almost over. We get this one 10 degree day, and then it's back into the 30's and 40's starting tomorrow. Summer will be great with three times the bugs and 100+ on the heat index.

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Had 22 outside the kitchen window in the 7:00 hour.

Already knew it because the heat had run twice since I got up at 6 and started moving around bringing that cold draft to the thermostat.

10am now and almost 30, yep we've got winter today down south.

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12 minutes ago, BigStewMan said:

Raining ... again ... for the millionth day in a row. 

I feel that pain in Seattle.

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A little chilly but somebody has to suffer through it. :huh:

 

 

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A Few Clouds

65°F

18°C

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The sun is out today just south of Seattle!!  I gotta few (at least) pounds of soaked doggie poo and about another 500,000 pinecones to pick up before the next deluge and wind storm. Ahh... home ownership. I do feel fortunate somehow, tho.

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We've had a break from the rain and wind today and 60 degrees again too!

Rain is coming up from the gulf again though Tues - Thurs.

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🤢

 

Dude!

Saw you post & haven't seen you around much.... so Hi @dirtmudd

 

Just had a pasta bowl full of baked ziti and garlic bread.

I literally felt green with that first pic.

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10 minutes ago, JohnJ said:

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Dude!

Saw you post & haven't seen you around much.... so Hi @dirtmudd

 

Just had a pasta bowl full of baked ziti and garlic bread.

I literally felt green with that first pic.

In the morning you will be doing the first pic

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15 hours ago, dirtmudd said:

In the morning you will be doing the first pic

Not quite bud:

 

No pesto last night with my coffee
No pesto last night with my tea
No pesto last night was beside me
No pesto last night to run with me

 

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Da-un-do-dow dow no no
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No rain right now but expected until Friday, but a little humid. 

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Another cold snap, down to -11 tonight.  Looks like it'll be above 30 this weekend though.

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Mid 50''s here today, rain and kinda warm tomorrow then back down til the wkend.  Maybe spring has sprung but who knows in this state!

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and more

 

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and cold as 

 

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@dirtmudd C'moon Man!

That just grotesque.

Never partial to the #2 jokes either... that became ubiquitous with Richard Pryor maybe in the late 70s?

 

Cooling off today and could smell the clean air from the mountain weather earlier today outside. "They're" calling for snow again tomorrow but the ground just isn't cold enough for sticking not like where most of y'all are that could ice-skate nearby a lot when you were kids.

 

Now we did have large like 30' in diameter cement bowls in all the city parks here that were turn of the century old and built up until the 60s. Didn't have fountains so we all knew what they were for. Saw picture of people skating in them in the paper and sometimes posted on bulletin boards there at one of the parks before.

 

When it was cold enough like in 88' a half an acre pond at the apartments I lived at during HUGO froze solid and the ducks, birds and creatures were funny like Bambi on the ice for ten or more days. Only time I've walked on a frozen pond in my life, there had been ice around the edges of it for weeks that grew and shrank but when that cold hit for a month after it froze you could see the color of the ice change where it was only three or four feet deep around the edges.

 

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