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Topic: It's nice we are having weather today
Posted By: aka ron
Subject: It's nice we are having weather today
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 7:53pm
I know , This may go nowhere. I have local news stations from all over the country on my favorites list.
There is ALWAYS something interesting going on.
Here in east central WI. Hot air , moderate humidity. I have 89 on the back porch. Windy.
We have had some severe storms north of us in recent weeks.


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:07pm

75 with a breeze...time for a short bikeride after the gurlz feed me.



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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:11pm
 
"Its nice we are having weather today"

It would suck if we weren't.

 

 


Posted By: Papa Lazarou
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:12pm
250 degrees Fahrenheit with occasional winds of 1,000,000 miles per hour.

I am seriously regretting this vacation home on the moon...

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:40pm
^ Alright , Even I know its cold on the moon. and no wind. They had to make the flag stand at attention.

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Posted By: Tiz
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:44pm
Widely scattered darkness is predicted here for tonight, otherwise it's a rather pleasant afternoon.


Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:50pm
^Interesting! The same has been predicted for us, later this evening.

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Posted By: Papa Lazarou
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 8:55pm
Originally posted by lkl005 lkl005 wrote:



^ Alright , Even I know its cold on the moon. and no wind. They had to make the flag stand at attention.
solar winds, and the moon gets just as hot as it gets freezing when the sun shines on it because it has no atmosphere to protect it.

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 9:31pm
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
"Its nice we are having weather today"

It would suck if we weren't.

 

 
It was just a little play on words, C'mon , work with me here.

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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 9:44pm
 
^  Whenever there's a thread about weather, no one ever has sympathy for my weather problems.  Right now, I can see a cloud off in the distance in our otherwise sparkling blue skies (with beautiful temps and low humidity), and I'll bet no one cares.
 
 Big smile
 
 


Posted By: bwestfall
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 10:04pm
It's sunny and 78 degrees at 5pm. Best summer in 22 years in Virginia.
We have had way more rain that we need, ruined plants and flowers, but take rain over drought any day. Best thing is that we haven't had more than a few days over 90 and very little humidity except last couple of weeks. Just wonderful.

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 10:06pm
Well you people on the left coast will just fall into the sea and will wonder what ever happened to the almighty Thor.

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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 25 Aug 2013 at 10:33pm
Something kind of odd occurred here in Florida this summer. I thought maybe it was just me, but I did some Googling & found a forum where some other people were talking about it. Haven't heard anything out of the local weather idiots, though.

Anyway, even though the daytime temps have been right around where they usually are in the low to mid 90's, the humidity seems to have been a little bit lower.

But what is so striking is, up until about a week or so ago, how low it's been at night.

Normally by early to mid July, & much earlier even, when you step outside early in the morning just as the sun is coming over the horizon, the first thing you're hit with is the humidity & the complete lack of any breeze whatsoever. And that just serves to magnify the heat from the sun, so that by 7:45 - 8 am, it already feels stiflingly muggy & hot. Walk from your door to your car & you're already dripping sweat.

And even at night there is almost no breeze whatsoever. At least not 50 miles inland where I live. Over on the coast there's usually a light night time breeze, but often, it's not much to speak of either.

Anyway, the strange thing is that this year all thru June, July & into August, I would go out in my back yard early in the morning, only to be pleasantly surprised to find it dry, cool & breezy. Almost "chilly" a couple of times.

Recently, around the 12th of August, during the Perseid meteor shower, I sat out in my backyard from around midnight till around 2:30 am watching it. It felt amazing!!! Cool, dry & breezy with very low humidity. I didn't want to go inside!!! And more than one night this summer, I turned off all the fans before going to sleep. Once or twice, I got up in the middle of the night to turn the one I had blowing on me, off because I got so chilly it woke me up.

My electric bill has been noticeably lower the past couple of months too, because I haven't been running my larger, more powerful "commercial grade" fan in the back window that usually runs most of the day.

I sure as hell hope this marks the beginning of a nice long trend.

If every summer was like this one has been, I wouldn't dread them every year.


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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 12:28am
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
^  Whenever there's a thread about weather, no one ever has sympathy for my weather problems.  Right now, I can see a cloud off in the distance in our otherwise sparkling blue skies (with beautiful temps and low humidity), and I'll bet no one cares.
 
 Big smile
 
 


I feel ya, man.  I've had the same problem here for the past month.  I don't know how you stand it!


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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 12:40am
 
^  Really!  From May into October---nothing but warmth and sunshine and daffodils and hummingbirds and children frolicking about.  And then there's those damned pools---all clear and warmed up to around 80 degrees---not to mention the fact that, most of the time, you can have your doors and windows wide open to let in those gentle spring and summer breezes.  And don't forget those convertibles with their tops down, and the teenage girls with their own tops so skimpy that they might as well be down, too.
 
It's horrible, I tell ya.
 
 


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 1:05am
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^ Really! From May into October---nothing but warmth and sunshine and daffodils and hummingbirds and children frolicking about. And then there's those damned pools---all clear and warmed up to around 80 degrees---not to mention the fact that, most of the time, you can have your doors and windows wide open to let in those gentle spring and summer breezes. And don't forget those convertibles with their tops down, and the teenage girls with their own tops so skimpy that they might as well be down, too.



It's horrible, I tell ya.


Well, don't complain.

All that horribleness is compensated for by those 110 degree days & the wild fires & of course the long, wet dreary winters.

So really, it's not so bad there after all!!!

Down here, we're looking at a good 8 months of those nasty clear skies, warm sun & low humidity.

And girls in skimpy tops.

You only have to put up with it for 4 or 5 months.


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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 1:07am
Originally posted by bwestfall bwestfall wrote:

It's sunny and 78 degrees at 5pm. Best summer in 22 years in Virginia.
We have had way more rain that we need, ruined plants and flowers, but take rain over drought any day. Best thing is that we haven't had more than a few days over 90 and very little humidity except last couple of weeks. Just wonderful.


Strange.

I just posted about the same kind of thing down here in Fla.

The nights have been very comfortable.

Unusually so.



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Posted By: Hootman
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 1:15am
It's that damn global cooling I tell ya!


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 1:38am
The weather sure is acting f'ed up lately ya gotta admit.



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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 2:05am

yea...the weather is a real mess, these days - anyone in their right mind would be moving toward  the east pole, about now.



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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 2:32am
Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:



Well, don't complain.

All that horribleness is compensated for by those 110 degree days & the wild fires & of course the long, wet dreary winters.

So really, it's not so bad there after all!!!

Down here, we're looking at a good 8 months of those nasty clear skies, warm sun & low humidity.

And girls in skimpy tops.

You only have to put up with it for 4 or 5 months.
 
Yeah, right now there're something like 50 wildfires going on.  One of 'em, about 150 miles from San Francisco, is threatening to knock the electricity out in SF if they don't get it contained.
 
But I thought Florida had a lotta high humidity.
 
 


Posted By: sgtrock21
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 2:35am
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 

^  Really!  From May into October---nothing but warmth and sunshine and daffodils and hummingbirds and children frolicking about.  And then there's those damned pools---all clear and warmed up to around 80 degrees---not to mention the fact that, most of the time, you can have your doors and windows wide open to let in those gentle spring and summer breezes.  And don't forget those convertibles with their tops down, and the teenage girls with their own tops so skimpy that they might as well be down, too.

 

It's horrible, I tell ya.

 

 


Jimbo seems to think you have long dreary wet winters. My 92 y/o Aunt lives in Chico. I have visited her in February and it was mid 70s and sunny. I think Sacramento is similar. Maybe he is confusing us since you are my Brother from a different Mother. The Willamette valley in Oregon can suffer long dreary wet winters but frequently has cold and super clear days in January and February.

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Posted By: MrTim
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 4:38am
Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Something kind of odd occurred here in Florida this summer. I thought maybe it was just me, but I did some Googling & found a forum where some other people were talking about it. Haven't heard anything out of the local weather idiots, though.

(...)
Anyway, the strange thing is that this year all thru June, July & into August, I would go out in my back yard early in the morning, only to be pleasantly surprised to find it dry, cool & breezy. Almost "chilly" a couple of times.
(...)
I sure as hell hope this marks the beginning of a nice long trend.
 
I noticed similar things a couple weeks ago.  It felt like autumn weather.  A gardener friend even mentioned that some of the trees were changing already.  I'm starting to think the calendars are off.... Wink


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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 5:00am
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

But I thought Florida had a lotta high humidity.


Normally it does from around June thru September.

This year was the oddest summer I've ever seen here.

Low humidity at night & breezier than usual, even during the day.

The past week or so has been a bit more like normal summer weather, though.

Right now it's not that bad though because it was overcast all day & rained a little.



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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 5:03am
Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

I noticed similar things a couple weeks ago.  It felt like autumn weather.  A gardener friend even mentioned that some of the trees were changing already.  I'm starting to think the calendars are off.... Wink


I'm glad I'm not the only one who noticed it.

It was like that back in July, too.

Went outside around 7:30 - 7:45 am & it felt great!!!

Hope it's like this again next summer!!!

And a few more, too.



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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 26 Aug 2013 at 6:10am
Originally posted by sgtrock21 sgtrock21 wrote:

Jimbo seems to think you have long dreary wet winters. My 92 y/o Aunt lives in Chico. I have visited her in February and it was mid 70s and sunny. I think Sacramento is similar. Maybe he is confusing us since you are my Brother from a different Mother. The Willamette valley in Oregon can suffer long dreary wet winters but frequently has cold and super clear days in January and February.
 
Yeah, definitely.  When I said "warmth", I was talkin' 85-100 degrees.  But things start to warm up (into the 70s) by late February.  February's when I see signs of new growth on my trees and some of my plants.  My hydrangeas sprouting new leaves is always a good gauge that spring's here.
 
Still, we might get some rain in April.  But by May, the skies are consistently blue.  There may be one shower that month, but for the most part, summer begins in May here.
 
 


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 27 Aug 2013 at 9:25pm
Its   HOT and NASTY.  94 F   73 dewpoint.  I don't go out when its like this .
I mow my lawn as soon as the clock strikes 08:00 hours.  Every tuesday and friday.
Notice I am not mowing on the weekend. Because the neighbors know I am weird but still envy me just a little.


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Posted By: Papa Lazarou
Date Posted: 27 Aug 2013 at 11:22pm
94?

pbblttt. Pussy. I walked to the gym in long sleeves and pants with 30 lbs. on my back in 105 degree weather. Two weeks of that this year.

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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 28 Aug 2013 at 2:28am
Today we had what may have been the nicest late August day I've ever seen around here.

The temp barely hit 90, the humidity was around 68% & there was a nice breeze blowing all day.

I have no idea what's been going on this summer, but I hope it happens again next year.

I sat out in my backyard for awhile watching butterflies, then mowed the front yard later on around 5 pm.

I planted some flowers back in early July that have been coming up pretty good & seem to be attracting some new species that I haven't seen in my yard before.

Nice day, though!!!


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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 28 Aug 2013 at 3:20am
I hate humidity.  Nothing like walking around outside, thinking "oh, this isn't so bad", then being daft enough to go running.  I liked the old weather better. Unhappy I'd rather it be 90 degrees and dry than this 75-80/muggy bullsh*t.

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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 28 Aug 2013 at 3:25am
68% humidity is "dry" for Florida in the summer.

Considering it's normally in the high 70's to mid 80's %-wise.



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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 4:54pm
In last couple of days or so in the northern counties just above central Florida, the overnight low temps dropped into the upper 60's!!!

In August!!!!

That is unheard of!!!!

Overall, this has been the nicest summer I can remember in Florida.




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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 5:31pm
 
Since our 108 degree heat wave in early July, temps have been average here---in the low to mid 90s.  Compared to that last heatwave, though, 90 degrees seems nearly cool.
 
This might be the first year I've gone the entire summer without using my A/C.  I wanted to do it the past few summers, but I didn't want my rickety ol' cat Sneakers stressed out by the heat.
 
 
 
 


Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 5:41pm
Upper 90's are coming up for the weekend and into next week here.  Thankfully September is imminent so low 90's should start becoming the norm in the next couple weeks.  With a little luck a cool front will come through before October and pull the highs into the low-mid 80's.  


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 5:52pm
Quote With a little luck a cool front will come through before October...


That's what caused the cool overnight lows here.

An extremely rare August cool front swept down.

Gonna be hotter this weekend, though.

Mid 90's.



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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 7:11pm
Not bad, 83  Sunny. We should be out enjoying it , But we can't.

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Posted By: Angry McPisseron
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 7:17pm
67°F (19.4°C) and raining here as of 11:17am PDT on 08-29-13.

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 7:49pm
Originally posted by Codtaro Codtaro wrote:

94?

pbblttt. Pussy. I walked to the gym in long sleeves and pants with 30 lbs. on my back in 105 degree weather. Two weeks of that this year.
Hey!    I resemble that remark.

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Posted By: Papa Lazarou
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 7:55pm
If I tilt my head to the left and squint without wearing my glasses, so does your avatar.

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 29 Aug 2013 at 8:04pm
LOL Yep double delightful LOL here. Thank You!

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 10 Sep 2013 at 8:30pm

Sorry, old subject, There is NO hurricane season. Yet.   Everything is OK in Fla.  Right Jimbo?

Near record high temps here. 91  Normal high is 73. Overnight low was 78. No storms on the horizon.


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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 10 Sep 2013 at 8:44pm
Humberto may become one in the next couple days, but it likely won't even begin to threaten the US.

It's finally been getting down into the low 70's the past couple nights ... what I've been waiting for since May!! Now it's just a matter of the highs staying under 90 which won't be until next month.


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 10 Sep 2013 at 9:33pm
I have an ex in Texas, How you people handle that heat I will never know.

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Posted By: CatWoman
Date Posted: 10 Sep 2013 at 9:57pm
It's in the 90's here today.  HAD to run errands.  We were glad to get back in the air conditioning.

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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 11 Sep 2013 at 12:04am
Let's see...it's going to randomly jump into the 90s for just tomorrow, after a nice stretch of 70ish weather, then drop about 25-30 degrees by the weekend.  I was wondering when New England's drunken weather was coming back.

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Posted By: Tiz
Date Posted: 11 Sep 2013 at 12:40am
Some time around mid- October we here can turn the A/C off for the year.


Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 20 Sep 2013 at 3:30pm
It's gonna be a heavy rain day pretty much all day & night, all the way into tomorrow afternoon.  In fact, they're forecasting some areas to possibly reach up to 10 inches, closer to the coast though.  Up here we may see up to 6 inches.  I don't mind at all, however - first we need the rain, second I love the rain, and third the highs won't be reaching 90 again until early next week  Thumbs Up


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 20 Sep 2013 at 9:16pm
We were near 90 on weds. Still a month of decent cooler weather ahead. ^ That is alot of rain. I hope everyone is safe. Denver got slammed.

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 20 Sep 2013 at 9:22pm
Looking at the current radar I'd say close to 2/3 of Texas is getting at least some kind of rain right now, which gives you an idea just how big this system is considering Texas is the largest state of the lower 48 LOL 


Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 20 Sep 2013 at 9:49pm
Originally posted by lkl005 lkl005 wrote:

Sorry, old subject, There is NO hurricane season. Yet.   Everything is OK in Fla.  Right Jimbo?


Near record high temps here. 91  Normal high is 73. Overnight low was 78. No storms on the horizon.


We had an unusually nice summer for the most part.

The heat was normal during the days, but the humidity seemed noticeably lower during many of the nights.

A few mornings during July & August when it's normally witheringly hot & muggy already at that time of day, it was cool, dry & breezy. Felt awesome. I even slept with no fan on a few nights.

Anyway, today was pretty nice too. Breezy, temp in the 80's & low humidity.

Getting close to looking at that all the time for the next 8 months or so!!!



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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 22 Sep 2013 at 3:01pm
 
It rained here yesterday, and the high temp was 70.  Yikes!  But not to fret, the weatherman assured me that we'll be getting into more normal "fall-like" weather soon---that is, mid- to upper-80s and clear blue skies.
 
The rain was nice, though.  Now, I won't have to water my parched grass for awhile.
 
 


Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 23 Sep 2013 at 4:00pm
It was a perfect weekend here. My cousin and I met up at a sports bar/grill with an outside deck to watch the Texans embarrass themselves in Baltimore.  But hey the low-mid 80's with a steady breeze was great and the food was good, especially the duck wings Thumbs Up 


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 23 Sep 2013 at 4:22pm
Duck Wings?    The vet. just made us switch dog food to a  Duck and Potato blend.
Nice here, cool mornings near 40. Highs about 70.


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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 23 Sep 2013 at 4:32pm
^^ They were delicious.  The meat's a little darker and a little more tender than chicken.  And technically it was the legs, not the wings.


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 28 Sep 2013 at 9:25pm
Friggin amazing 80 degrees, windy. There is a line of storms off to the west but does not look serious. Only the cottonwood trees are loosing their leaves. NO  fall color here yet.

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Posted By: Angry McPisseron
Date Posted: 29 Sep 2013 at 4:19am
It was icky-poo here today.
Torrential rain (est. ¼" every two minutes!) and in the mid-50s (Fahrenheit). OuchCryOuch


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 29 Sep 2013 at 11:03pm
I hope everything is Ok there Mr. submarine.

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Posted By: sgtrock21
Date Posted: 30 Sep 2013 at 1:11am
Not so nice here. Wind gusts to 50mph and 3 inches of rain. September is usually one of our nicest months.

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 02 Oct 2013 at 11:40am

It was very nice here again yesterday, 81  Probably the last time we will see a number like that till May. 



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Posted By: DKS
Date Posted: 02 Oct 2013 at 11:52am
It's Texas, that means it's hot all but say, a few weeks out of the year.

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 02 Oct 2013 at 7:46pm
Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

It's Texas, that means it's hot all but say, a few weeks out of the year.


The weekend can't get here soon enough. It's rainy & humid here right now, but over the weekend a front is coming through and we'll be down into the 50's for lows by the start of next week Clap


Posted By: DKS
Date Posted: 03 Oct 2013 at 6:48am
Originally posted by insanity213 insanity213 wrote:

Originally posted by DKS DKS wrote:

It's Texas, that means it's hot all but say, a few weeks out of the year.


The weekend can't get here soon enough. It's rainy & humid here right now, but over the weekend a front is coming through and we'll be down into the 50's for lows by the start of next week Clap

I am most pleased to hear that. Personally if the temperature never went above 70 it'd be fine with me...


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 04 Oct 2013 at 9:23pm
Let the mulching begin: About 4 weeks of it....
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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 05 Oct 2013 at 1:15am
Getting a batch of unsettled weather/humidity from now till Tuesday.  I mean, we've had like 2 perfect weeks without rain, so we do need some...but still.  I've been spoiled.  Looks awesome after Tuesday, though.

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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 05 Oct 2013 at 2:52am
Had to leave The Den right before noon.
Last few weeks have been picture-perfect...today was pouring rain so hard, someone came to pick me up (MissyDWolf & gurlz had cars).
Friend & self shuffled down to Buffalo (few hours south) where weather was picture perfect.
Back home? When I got here, weather was perfect.
Leaving for initial two-three weeks, about 2 weeks from now, expect total change when I show up (briefly). 
Anybody that does not believe in 'Global Warming' is totally living in a fairy tale - it is TOO warm and the water is far too high all around.


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 06 Oct 2013 at 8:38pm
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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2013 at 3:47pm
Didn't have to run the A/C at all yesterday Thumbs Up The highs will be getting steadily back up toward the mid 80's as the week goes on, but at least we should be done with 90's until probably May, or with any mercy, June.



Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 07 Oct 2013 at 3:55pm
 
^  Sounds like here.  85 and sunny today. 
 
Our "bad" weather months here are November, December and January.  By mid-February, spring begins to rear its head.  I'm always happy when I see the leaves budding out on the hydrangea.  By May, we can start expecting temps in the 90s.
 
All in all, I can't really complain about 3 or 4 months of less-than-great weather.  Well, I do, but I shouldn't.


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 08 Oct 2013 at 9:38pm
Very nice for early October. 72  I took the boat out of the water. We have not had a hard frost yet.


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Posted By: Jimbo
Date Posted: 10 Oct 2013 at 3:35pm
Looks like fall has finally arrived down here.

Dropped into the 60's last night & not supposed to get above the mid 80's today.

About 5 days ahead of the average starting date of October 15th.






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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 10 Oct 2013 at 9:34pm
Damn nice here, One more day with a high in the low 70's.

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Posted By: Ad Endless Nauseum
Date Posted: 11 Oct 2013 at 4:23am
Just had a long string of wet clouds blow through San Diego last night. My digital raingauge measured 0.25" in 15 minutes!

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 31 Oct 2013 at 2:30pm
Been raining out here since about 4:30 this morning, non stop as far as I can tell.   The good news is it should clear out by the afternoon and a cool front is following.


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 31 Oct 2013 at 3:54pm
A nice storm came through here this morning. About 3/4 inch of rain.  Warm 56.

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 31 Oct 2013 at 4:29pm
My area's gotten around 2 inches, a little more in some spots.  Other areas in the county and surrounding counties are upwards of 5-6 inches. It's finally starting to slow to a sprinkle, and it looks like it shouldn't pick back up again since the line of crap has moved east/south of Houston.

Now it's time for the jet stream to push the clouds out and usher in those comfortable dry temperatures once again Clap


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 31 Oct 2013 at 6:50pm
You guys go months without rain then get these monster storms.
Quiet here now, on the edge of another area of rain. Finally getting some color in the maples.
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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 11 Nov 2013 at 5:26pm
Sharply colder today. It was 40 when I got up and showing only 30 degrees now. Low in the teens tonight.  Brrrrrski.

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Posted By: CatWoman
Date Posted: 11 Nov 2013 at 6:06pm
We have rain currently.  It's supposed to turn to 1 to 3 inches of snow later this afternoon.  It's supposed to snow tomorrow morning as well.

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 11 Nov 2013 at 6:18pm
When that front passes down here in the next day or 2 some areas around here will flirt with the freezing mark, but for the most part it will be mid 30's, close to 40 on the coastal areas.


Posted By: Ad nauseous
Date Posted: 11 Nov 2013 at 6:18pm
Was sunny and chilly earlier, now it's just plain cloudy/overcast.

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 12 Nov 2013 at 5:51pm
The front is almost here Clap  Right now it's about 68 where I am, and in the town about 15 miles west/northwest of me it's 59.   It should start to cool down here in the next half hour, and the overnight low forecast for my zip is right at 32. 


Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 12 Nov 2013 at 6:31pm
Big smileWas 20F during morning bike ride - only slipped on a few patches of ice.
We have snow!
We have 'biting cold' (it is now 29 with a strong breeze)!
I'm SO happy I've got 'drippage' (prolly should've gone to the bathrrom)
 


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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 12 Nov 2013 at 11:39pm
Snow (like an inch) and cold today.  Mid-50s by the weekend.  Doubtless a tornado outbreak next week.

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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 12 Nov 2013 at 11:50pm
Right now it is 30F (or -1C), but 24F (or -4C) when considering wind-chill. 
I've been on three bike rides already, today...and I've got an itch to go on a fourth.
This is absolutely the healthiest time of year for the likes o'me - Ya just can't keep me in!
Got crockpots going and have been discussing the facr I want to go through the next four months without a car (unless I'm on assignment again (soon), this year.
This is the kind of weather that takes away all the pains and makes one feel young again.
 
 


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 18 Nov 2013 at 1:13pm
Much colder, 31 wind gust to 40MPH.
Many sympathies for storm victims in Illinois and Indiana. Over 80 tornados according to news reports.


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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 1:02pm
The first snow of the season. Colder, 26 now.  Low in the single digits by Sunday morning. http://i1254.photobucket.com/albums/hh606/lkl2005/11-22006_zps967527d4.jpg" rel="nofollow - http://i1254.photobucket.com/albums/hh606/lkl2005/11-22006_zps967527d4.jpg

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 7:24pm
Nice and cool 49 degrees right now.   It rained a lot this morning but that's died off, however more is on the way.  There are actually winter weather (probably freezing rain/sleet, no snow) conditions not too terribly far northwest of me .. maybe about 150-200 miles, but it won't make it this far.


Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 8:29pm
 
I've had to put my heat on now for a week!  Just a few hours in the morning, then I turn it off for the rest of the day.  Stepping out of the shower into 63 degree temps, is more than my nipples can stand.
 
Today I forgot to turn it off, and it soon got to 73 degrees upstairs.  That's too warm.  I know people who keep their house like that all the time.  Practically sweltering.  Funny how, in the summer, 73 degrees feels too cool inside, but in the winter, it's too warm.
 
 


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 8:39pm
Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

 
I've had to put my heat on now for a week!  Just a few hours in the morning, then I turn it off for the rest of the day.  Stepping out of the shower into 63 degree temps, is more than my nipples can stand.
 
Today I forgot to turn it off, and it soon got to 73 degrees upstairs.  That's too warm.
 
 
LOL  That is to cold.  Cool is good for sleeping.  The furnace comes on at 67.  I get up early so the furnace does not have to run long.

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Posted By: Thor
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 8:56pm
 
^  I love cold pillows.
 
 
 
 


Posted By: Papa Lazarou
Date Posted: 22 Nov 2013 at 9:22pm

26, feels like 18, and snow until Tuesday...



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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 23 Nov 2013 at 12:54pm
The darkest hour and coldest temperature is just before the dawn.Confused  Nevermind that.
I have 15 degrees on the back porch, The weatherbug at the elementary school has 12.
With a steady NNW wind the chill factor (feels like) temp is ZERO.


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 23 Nov 2013 at 2:38pm
WinkSnow is supposed to come today...and not stop for an entire week, according to NOAA.
About darned time.


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 26 Nov 2013 at 1:22am
(ConfusedIt was such a cold & windy ride that I've got an icedickle hanging off of me, now!)
We've had high winds and smattering of blowing snow for a few days, now. 


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Posted By: NiteRaidah
Date Posted: 26 Nov 2013 at 1:24am
Let's see.

Two straight days with temps barely getting to the mid-20s or so, which will be followed by 55-60 degree temps on Wednesday...which, of course, will be accompanied by heavy rain.  Then a return to this cold bullsh*t.  Also, at this time last week it was well into the 60s.

How much would room and board cost, Thor?


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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 26 Nov 2013 at 2:25am
Originally posted by NiteRaidah NiteRaidah wrote:

Let's see.

Two straight days with temps barely getting to the mid-20s or so, which will be followed by 55-60 degree temps on Wednesday...which, of course, will be accompanied by heavy rain.  Then a return to this cold bullsh*t.  Also, at this time last week it was well into the 60s.

How much would room and board cost, Thor?
LOLBe careful, NR - rates in Kaliwhorenia should be awfully cheap given the high probability of it dropping into the Pacific at any moment...don't overpay, no matter what Thor says...if you really want an oceanside to retreat from, or to, well, may I suggest Japlantis? I hear it is simply a glowing place.  

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Posted By: insanity213
Date Posted: 26 Nov 2013 at 5:24pm
Unbelievable.  The local radar is currently showing a little bit of snowfall about 25 miles northwest of me.  My guess however is that it's not reaching the ground as snow - It can't be any colder than 36 degrees up there since it's about 39 here.  But any kind of anything wintry showing up down here before mid December is pretty much unheard of.


Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 27 Nov 2013 at 7:17pm
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

(ConfusedIt was such a cold & windy ride that I've got an icedickle hanging off of me, now!)
We've had high winds and smattering of blowing snow for a few days, now. 
I used to ride my 10 speed Shwinn continental (can't see what I'm saying today) with skinny street gum tires across frozen bodies of water. I would also play on the ice rink spinning the rear tire and fish tailing.  I could ride a hell of a wheely on that thing too.  Not on ice , of course.  Tongue

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Posted By: aka ron
Date Posted: 27 Nov 2013 at 7:23pm
Speaking of frozen bodies of water.  Its been cold here. I have not been out there yet but I bet it is 2 + inches of ice.
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Posted By: PaWolf
Date Posted: 27 Nov 2013 at 9:53pm
ShockedHeartWe got about 3 feet of snow last night! YAY!

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