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    Plus 41 F and rain here in the "frozen north." I just love it when I can send messages like this to relatives in who give me grief for moving here - I've seen the time when it was 40 degrees warmer in this corner of Alaska that it was in Oklahoma. Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo1o9 View Post
    Wow that is about as cold as it gets, it was 6 F this morning for me. For some reason I was expecting someone from California to post how it was 45 and brutishly cold haha
    Woke up today and its about 50, pretty cold here. Usually its in the 60s. But actually last week it was somewhat cold down into the teens at night in some areas and the high 40s in the day

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    wonderful 33 degrees here in oregon

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    20 here today in SE MA with a low of 5 f tonight.

    Chilly but not nearly as cold as the OP. Thank goodness.
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    thermometer dropped below 0F for the first time this winter last night at my place... -2F this morning, but the wind chill put us at -25...

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    -15C and blizzard conditions here in Edmonton Alberta.
    No work for me for a while...herniated disc. Resorting to indoors knife sharpening , random Googling ,etc.
    My wife is relegated to shovelling duties unfortunately.

    I really miss summer and hope my back issue clears up before then !!

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    We have been in a deep freeze and steady cold temps at 15-25 Degrees for the past two months. A stagnant low pressure is just hanging on the Eastside of the Cascades. Freezing Fog and visibility sucks. We were going to hike up the mountain to hunt for sheds, but it's just too nasty up there yet. Nearly two feet of frozen hard pack still on the ground.
    There has been no sunlight for a couple weeks. It's depressing.

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    -23c here right now,went down to -27c last night,if you had the wind factor it went down to -39c...

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    We postponed our campout from Jan . 12 to this weekend because it was just too balmy and it is definitely more winter like now . Highs of about 10 to 12 degrees F last two days . One of the guys wives is going to sew us a patch if it gets below zero this weekend . I was just out in the barn making cozys for the water jugs because there may not be any snow on the ground .
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    You can't trust them but the bank thermometer showed 7F this morning.

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