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Message 1191670 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 4:21:59 UTC - in response to Message 1191578.  

Got about three inches here in Oldham, we're snowed in I tells ya! :)

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Message 1191681 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 6:14:01 UTC - in response to Message 1191004.  
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He did see his shadow this year and is predicting 6 more weeks of winter

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Message 1191687 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 8:01:06 UTC
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Just on 3.50 inches in my back garden out in Buckinghamshire in the Chalfonts
area. Now becoming standard February weather especially going by the past four
years now. Hmm? me thinks this global warming thing has got some answering
to do?...seems all a bit up-side-down to me. Still, I've never been one to
swallow the alarmist's global warming story.
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Message 1191690 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 8:20:29 UTC - in response to Message 1191687.  
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Just on 3.50 inches in my back garden out in Buckinghamshire in the Chalfonts
area. Now becoming standard February weather especially going by the past four
years now. Hmm? me thinks this global warming thing has got some answering
to do?...seems all a bit up-side-down to me. Still, I've never been one to
swallow the alarmist's global warming story.

Considering the North Magnetic Pole has been moving 40 miles a year towards Russia and is continuing to do so. Something might be up and I know it's not the temp. All I can hope for is that this is something temporary.
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Message 1191709 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 10:29:51 UTC

Pole reversal takes about 10,000 years and we are overdue for one.
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Message 1191714 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 11:36:06 UTC

We only got about an inch, but all around seems to have got more ...

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Message 1191723 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 14:15:04 UTC

About 20 cm snow in Northern Italy,Up to 2 meters in Southern Italy on the Appennini. Chaos in Rome. Very cold (-10 C) near Milano. =24 C in the Alps.
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Message 1191745 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 15:33:24 UTC - in response to Message 1191723.  
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About 20 cm snow in Northern Italy,Up to 2 meters in Southern Italy on the Appennini. Chaos in Rome. Very cold (-10 C) near Milano. =24 C in the Alps.
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Sounds insane, but as long as Ya can dig out and no roofs collapse, Ya should be ok, Good Luck.

Here We just got temps down to 36F(2C), but no snow or even rain...
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Message 1191749 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 15:46:03 UTC - in response to Message 1191723.  

About 20 cm snow in Northern Italy,Up to 2 meters in Southern Italy on the Appennini. Chaos in Rome. Very cold (-10 C) near Milano. =24 C in the Alps.
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There is chaos in Rome if it snows overnight and it has all thawed by 8. (A one time resident of Latina for 5 years)
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Message 1191756 - Posted: 5 Feb 2012, 16:10:40 UTC - in response to Message 1191749.  
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It has not thawed because of a cold front. About 76000 homes are without electricity in Southern Italy because trees have fallen on the power lines.
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Message 1199997 - Posted: 26 Feb 2012, 15:54:17 UTC
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Winter Storm warning for the High Desert and Mountains of Southern California, Snow is predicted to be as low as 2500' on Monday, 3"-6" Deep at 2500', Cajon Pass might close, prepare to get dumped on...
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Message 1200001 - Posted: 26 Feb 2012, 16:08:53 UTC

Yep, looks like a slightly chilly week coming up.

Mid 50's for the most part and it will not get back up to 70 until next Sunday or so.

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Message 1208511 - Posted: 21 Mar 2012, 17:54:35 UTC

Record smashing warm temps here today....
It is 80f now...normal average high is 40-42f, and the record is 60-62f, depending on the source.

Just unreal for this time in March.
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Message 1208512 - Posted: 21 Mar 2012, 18:04:06 UTC - in response to Message 1208511.  

Record smashing warm temps here today....
It is 80f now...normal average high is 40-42f, and the record is 60-62f, depending on the source.

Just unreal for this time in March.

It's 64.3F outside at the moment and 79F is predicted for today, Thursday is predicted to get up to 84F, the trees say spring is here...
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Message 1209274 - Posted: 23 Mar 2012, 15:25:41 UTC


Odessa, Tx weather

Today: Abundant sunshine. Warm. High near 85F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph



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Message 1209682 - Posted: 24 Mar 2012, 15:22:50 UTC
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Weather warm here today my thermometer says 21C

Unfortunately due to the old type of heating I have (electric storage) I have to decide the day before what the temperature will be next day.

As I got home late from a week working away, I forgot to turn it off. So inside my flat today with windows open it is 27C!! That's about 80F.
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Message 1209690 - Posted: 24 Mar 2012, 15:38:29 UTC - in response to Message 1209682.  
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Weather warm here today my thermometer says 21°C

Unfortunately due to the old type of heating I have (electric storage) I have to decide the day before what the temperature will be next day.

As I got home late from a week working away, I forgot to turn it off. So inside my flat today with windows open it is 27°C!! That's about 80°F.

That 80°F would feel just ducky to Me, right now it's 78F in here, the temp outside is predicted to get to 79°F(26°C) today, currently it's 55.7°F / 13.2°C outside in Yermo CA. So it's 69.6°F(21°C) there?
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Message 1209712 - Posted: 24 Mar 2012, 16:41:20 UTC

Currently 63F for me, supposed to get up to 75F.

I already have been running the swamp cooler for a bit each day.

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Message 1209737 - Posted: 24 Mar 2012, 18:22:17 UTC - in response to Message 1209712.  

Currently 63F for me, supposed to get up to 75F.

I already have been running the swamp cooler for a bit each day.

Same here on the cooler, of course the pump is frozen from super hard water exposure, the park is supposed to replace that soon of course, as soon as Home Depot has any...
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Message 1242464 - Posted: 6 Jun 2012, 21:40:13 UTC

Bumping the thread, so it won't be bumped off...
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