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Our snow was very dry down here in southwest OH. Making snowballs wasn't easy but we'll take whatever we can get. This was the first time I've been able to get the golf cart out and pull the kids around in a few years. My 3 year old was in heaven.
 

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Not sure but I'm in shirtsleeves on the porch, had a huge eagle in a tree most of the day, just flew off... 65 and beautiful sunset...
 

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damnit Dan.......now I'm getting snow! You should be banned!
 

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-32C here this morning and forecast is colder tonight. Not unusual but I sure would like some sunshine and I enjoy being outside.
 

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We have also a good real winter here.

But hey, shouldn't we have the Arctic Sea free of ice soon? Ship cruises over the North Pole during midsummer etc? Wouldn't that be nice? Not going to happen if the climate change does not kick in better.
 

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70 & Sunny today. Supposed to plunge into the 40's over the weekend.
 

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SOS — only this time frozen (or close to it)

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gotta keep them mountain ranges purdy...
 

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-32C here this morning and forecast is colder tonight. Not unusual but I sure would like some sunshine and I enjoy being outside.

Uh, I still have green lettuce & chives & onions & more growing in my garden.... No tomatoes though...
Kind of "winter" that I don't dislike, after years of snow shoveling...
 

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We have also a good real winter here.

But hey, shouldn't we have the Arctic Sea free of ice soon? Ship cruises over the North Pole during midsummer etc? Wouldn't that be nice? Not going to happen if the climate change does not kick in better.
the last of the great california glaciers broke loose yesterday, caused a sewer back up that went south of the border...

TJ didn't skip a beat

https://www.washingtonpost.com/outl...uanas-shared-sewage-problem-has-long-history/

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Rain all fall & winter...
The Garonne River, south-west of France, has flooded way over its banks... And the snow hasn't even melted off the two mountain ranges that feed it...

PS - Best (imho) weather observation website (free) - GLOBALLY - with a TON of settings - & zoom in/out -
www.ventuski.com
KEWL, I downloaded it too. Better than the local maps on TV and my smart phone. THANX dacrunch
 

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My drive way is iced in and it's not melting off anytime soon..., but at my age, I usually like it to be at least 60 and that requires snowmobile gear.
Yep, We had an ice storm last night. Everything here is covered with about a quarter inch + of ice. Currently 21 degrees F with a projected high of 28.
 

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We didn't have a winter here.
Usually get several frosts in a year, we didn't get a single one. Basils always die off, this year they just looked sad for 3 months and now are pushing out new growth.
Low rainfall so far, if we don't get some heavy spring rains then it's gonna be another long and expensive fire season.
 

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Little bit of a windstorm at Mt. Bachelor in central Oregon. This is at a bit more than 1000' below the summit.
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thats brutal to say the least.......my son spends about every wkend in the mountains there year round i hope he isnt out in that kind of weather yikes ....
 

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We have also a good real winter here.

But hey, shouldn't we have the Arctic Sea free of ice soon? Ship cruises over the North Pole during midsummer etc? Wouldn't that be nice? Not going to happen if the climate change does not kick in better.
And what about Venice! Didn't Algore say it would be totally underwater by 2010? The place is drying up. Maybe Gretta shamed the gods or something.

Good gawd the place must stink...

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Venice's famous canals dry up for second time in three years | Daily Mail Online
 

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You got more snow than us. We got rain.
 

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well the Big Colorado Snow Storm of the Century was a nothing burger out on the eastern high plains




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The Weather Girls are constantly trying to gin up panic. Back 25 years ago, when this trend started, they'd close schools in ADVANCE of a storm, before the first flakes fell. Now, of course, in most libburl areas, there's no school to close; but still, they want to see idiots lining up at grocers' to buy eggs and bread and toilet paper.

The way the mediuh manipulate and abuse the public, is becoming obvious, undeniable, and criminal. Justice Holmes harumped that no Free Speech mandate gave a speaker the right to scream "Fire!" in a crowded theater. Is that not what these blow-dried kollege grrlz who do Weather...actually do? SPREAD FALSE PANIC.

Turn your idiot box off and keep it off. The mediuh LIES. When you hear something over mass media, it's even-money it's untrue.
 

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they must have got hit pretty hard up north of us......287/40 is closed here in town , trucks are stacked up like logs.....I imagine I-70 got hammered between Denver and the Kansas line




Edit: yeah , I guess it was brutal north of us for sure


Whiteout, Brutal Conditions’ On I-70, Closures In Colorado Mountains, Foothills & Out East

https://denver.cbslocal.com/2021/03...orado-i70-foothills-mountains-eastern-plains/
 

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Southwest France

One of my plum trees has already shed its blossoms, the other is blooming, as well as the pear tree and the 2 cherry trees. The buds on the fig trees haven't opened yet. My grapes haven't started budding yet.
I bought my potted tomato & bell pepper plants, will put them in the ground shortly.
Nice to have "early spring" in this region (near Bordeaux).
We seldom have below freezing weather, sometimes frost in the morning. (Low altitude in a wide valley, surrounded by a town.) Lots of rain in the fall, but often long dry spells in the summer.
 

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Southwest France

One of my plum trees has already shed its blossoms, the other is blooming, as well as the pear tree and the 2 cherry trees. The buds on the fig trees haven't opened yet. My grapes haven't started budding yet.
I bought my potted tomato & bell pepper plants, will put them in the ground shortly.
Nice to have "early spring" in this region (near Bordeaux).
We seldom have below freezing weather, sometimes frost in the morning. (Low altitude in a wide valley, surrounded by a town.) Lots of rain in the fall, but often long dry spells in the summer.


sounds like some beautiful weather

at 44.83 latitude the weather is similar to Port Angeles Washington , a tad better in Bordeaux for sure

you will have to share some photos of your garden in the Random Pictures Thread



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Snowing sideways in South Central Oregon. Not fluffy snow either, it's the kind that sicks to stop signs and telephone poles. Crappy day for sure.
 

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sounds like some beautiful weather

at 44.83 latitude the weather is similar to Port Angeles Washington , a tad better in Bordeaux for sure

you will have to share some photos of your garden in the Random Pictures Thread



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We get the benefit of the Gulf Stream, warm water from the Caribbean, skirting past Florida and crossing the North Atlantic to the north east. The East Coast of the US gets the cold currents coming southward down from the Arctic, past Maine (where the water is freezing in August!)....

So completely different weather at the same latitudes...
 

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You can see it all at the best free weather site in the world - tons of settings - all interactive with zoom

www.ventuski.com

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They weather here is lousy, I blame Tennessee
 

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Yeah, just that quick the sun came out. Then, it snowed for a few minutes.

Obviously witchcraft!
 

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Snowing sideways in South Central Oregon. Not fluffy snow either, it's the kind that sicks to stop signs and telephone poles. Crappy day for sure.
Interesting. I'm 250 miles east, and it's quite warm. It's overcast but 55 degrees.
 

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