Just curious....how is the weather in your neck of the woods?

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sdifox

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Had to go out and snow blow again cuz some asshole plow operator blocked my driveway with a snow dam.
 

Red Squirrel

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Back to being cold. Was like -30 this morning. Glad the truck started since I did not plug it in. Was suppose to be working from home all week and got asked to come in... kinda annoyed at that.

-20 now so it warmed up a bit.

As a side note it's funny watching all the news from down south about the snow fall. Footage of snow plows and people snow blowing their driveway. Like it's some odd thing that never happens lol.
 

Torn Mind

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Back to being cold. Was like -30 this morning. Glad the truck started since I did not plug it in. Was suppose to be working from home all week and got asked to come in... kinda annoyed at that.

-20 now so it warmed up a bit.

As a side note it's funny watching all the news from down south about the snow fall. Footage of snow plows and people snow blowing their driveway. Like it's some odd thing that never happens lol.
Sorry snow snob. Some people simply live in places of superior weather.
 

BoomerD

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Sorry snow snob. Some people simply live in places of superior weather.
With the southeastern US's heat, humidity, tornadoes and hurricanes...that lets them out. Tex-Ass has some hurricanes, tornadoes, heat, and (in parts) ungodly humidity...then, to top it off, it's full of Texans.

That pretty much leaves San Diego as the place of superior weather.
 

Torn Mind

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With the southeastern US's heat, humidity, tornadoes and hurricanes...that lets them out. Tex-Ass has some hurricanes, tornadoes, heat, and (in parts) ungodly humidity...then, to top it off, it's full of Texans.

That pretty much leaves San Diego as the place of superior weather.
Of course. If it was weather alone, I'd be in that area or L.A or Santa Barbara in a heartbeat.

I don't hate Texans much( or at all since I don't know them). Love their accent.
 

balloonshark

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Except for tomorrow our lows will be in the teens and single digits all week. Tis that time of year but I dread the hot/cold cycle of baseboard heat. It's 14F right now but it's supposed to warm up overnight.
 

Iron Woode

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It's been snowing all day and so far around 4 inches of snow.

-6C and windchill of -14C.
 

BoomerD

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Not bad here for a change. Down into the mid-30's at night, back to the upper 40's or low 50's during the day. We've had a few days in a row without measurable rainfall...some light drizzle, but hell, I live on the Washington coast. If we don't get a bit of drizzle now and then, the webs between our fingers and toes will dry out...
 

Iron Woode

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-9C windchill -15C

big chance of snowsqualls today. Sky is looking very ominous to the north.
 

Captante

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Glad I'm working from home today. :eek:


Holy hairy frozen testicles batman! :oops:

I've actually felt colder BUT only at the top of Killington Peak (VT) in a 40 mph sustained wind! (dead-air temps were slightly warmer however wind-chill was approx -90f ... skin freezes in seconds)
 

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