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Woohoo! Finally got to turn off the A/C....

Ryan

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Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
 

RbSX

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Jan 18, 2002
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Originally posted by: Ryan
Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
Quit your whining pansy.

It's minus -20f here.
 

AgaBoogaBoo

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Originally posted by: RyanSengara
Originally posted by: Ryan
Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
Quit your whining pansy.

It's minus -20f here.
Yeah, mister blaydough should be thankful!

19F over here, says it feels like 9F though :(
 

Aharami

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Aug 31, 2001
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Originally posted by: RyanSengara
Originally posted by: Ryan
Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
Quit your whining pansy.

It's minus -20f here.
wow. and i thought the 0F with windchill was pretty bad here

but OP, thats a very nice place to live.

edit -4F with windchill
 

imported_Pablo

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Jan 20, 2002
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Originally posted by: RyanSengara
Originally posted by: Ryan
Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
Quit your whining pansy.

It's minus -20f here.
Is minus -20f the same as 20f?
 

RbSX

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Jan 18, 2002
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Originally posted by: Pablo
Originally posted by: RyanSengara
Originally posted by: Ryan
Bah - I've had to keep the heat on since the first cold snap of this year - daytime temps keep hovering in the 60's. During the day, daylight warms the house to the mid-70s, but at night, the temp outside drops to 40 - Brrrrrr :p
Quit your whining pansy.

It's minus -20f here.
Is minus -20f the same as 20f?

No it's not absolute values :)

Where I am is -20 c feels like -30c (which is roughly -20f)
 

Al Neri

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Jan 12, 2002
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I ran the AC last night and it's 20ºF out

My building loves to jack the heat up!
 

Arcex

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It's great in Tampa Bay right now, it feels like Massachusetts.


In the spring.
 

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