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    about -3 F here in mid-VT this morning.....went to the store for coffee, then sacked out with the dog in warm spot of sun, not bad at all!

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    Here in SW CT 21F today and 10F tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 16ga View Post
    Good morning all, I jus thought I would share this with you. I woke up this mornign to find that for the second time this week it is -50degrees Celcius outside, that translates to -64.4 Fahrenheit. THat is with the wind chill factor but it is -42 without. Incidentally the Fahrenheit and Celsius scales meet up at -40 and then differ again. It's cold out thats for sure.
    Just so you can laugh, the UK came to a standstill last week with 6 inches of snow and -4C

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwacked View Post
    Just so you can laugh, the UK came to a standstill last week with 6 inches of snow and -4C

    That would bring most of Texas to a complete halt as well. Heck, when I was living in Austin, 1/4 inch of sleet shut the city down.



    Which was very nice!

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    I am 55km north of Lake Superior and the last few mornings it has been -44C without any windchill. Out on the lake it gets well below -50C with the wind. I I love the winter so I am very happy to have some nice cold weather.

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    -4f much lower with wind chill

    Quote Originally Posted by rdraider View Post
    That would bring most of Texas to a complete halt as well. Heck, when I was living in Austin, 1/4 inch of sleet shut the city down.
    Which was very nice!
    would rather the snow than hail storms, Texas has baseball sized ice, all the rental cars were hammered when i went to get one just after it happened

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    We had a beautiful, calm -4*F this a.m. with a high of only 8*F here on the Pocono plateau. I had to check out a job site down in the flatlands along the Lehigh River all morning. Although it made it up to a balmy 13*F, the wind kicked up to 11-15 mph. It was a might chilly even in my Carhartt bibs and "go to hell" hat.


    Quote Originally Posted by crookedknife View Post
    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.
    HA! I remember hiking around Unalaska island the first week of February 1991 in a T-shirt and a flannel when my folks were riding out temps in the low teens and lots of snow. That was a short-lived warm spell, though.
    "A knifeless man is a lifeless man." - Nordic proverb

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    well it warmed up to -21 celcius (-6 Fahrenheit) so I worked on ym truck on my day off. it was not much fun crawling around underneath it today. It'll be back down to -31 again tonight!

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    -10f in my corner of downeast Maine.
    Do something! You're dead a long time, and it's later than you think.

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    We have +16 degrees (F) here at the homestead.
    Sure am enjoying being warmer than many of you folks in the lower 48!
    Of course it is not going to last. Suppose to start snowing tonight and continue through Friday, 8 to 12 inches possible.
    Then Friday night, temperatures are suppose to start dropping; possibility to -40 or so.
    Best Wishes

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