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    Was -4 here this morning.....

    Its now SIX

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    -6 here and dropping, and a nice biting wind they are talking - 30 wind chills in the AM

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    Ok, I don't mind the cold to bad but that would drive me banana sammich, just sayin..

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    Well I'll have a nice cold drink for all y'all as I sit in my hammock in the blistering cold Texas winter, supposed to be 80 today.

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    It has been getting zero-ish at night, which is pretty cold for here. My damn furnace won't keep up, and my house temp has been running a good 5 degrees colder than the thermostat setting.

    We have hot water radiant floor heat which is normally nice, but slow to respond to these sort of cold snaps. I'm afraid to crank up the water temp setting for fear of damaging the floors.

    I'd be better off in a yurt with a woodstove...

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    -1 this morning, seems almost balmy compared to some of the folks up north!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tree-ratsniper View Post
    -1 this morning, seems almost balmy compared to some of the folks up north!
    -42C with windchill in Edmonton , Alberta today.

    0 deg. Celcius is T-shirt weather for us !


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    Was 68 when I left for work this morning and suposed to be 86 this afternoon. Thankfully I have my Boy Scout wool shirt to stave off the cold
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    We had -48 degrees below 0 (F) here at the homestead yesterday and it was +26 degrees in the bed room, night before last.
    We live on a little knoll, so were warmer than a lot of other folks who were experiencing -50 to -60 degrees.
    Much warmer today at a balmy -16 degrees but the wind is hitting 50mph.
    Best Wishes

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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
    hey now! i camped 2 weeks ago in CA and it was 20F plus wind chill

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