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Message 874338 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 15:46:38 UTC - in response to Message 874332.  

You get a big temperature range this time of year Joker. I bet you don't know whether to have the heating on or the A/C on some days? ;)

We're stuck in a bit of a "no weather" rut at the moment. Not a lot of anything much at all going on. No rain, no wind, no heat, no cold :D

The heater is on right now, As to the A/C well It's never been connected as It's about $2000 to maybe $3000 to do that and I've been advised that the one I have is too big for the size of My house(840sqft) as the heater+A/C is a 3.5 ton unit and that I should have a 2.5 ton unit and to do that would be about $6000-$8000(I had an estimate) and that would be not only difficult(time consuming), But not exactly something I'm allowed to do, Loans I'm allowed to have up to any amount that I can pay for, Just not money that isn't loaned to Me above $2000 which does suck as the rules have not been updated since 1989 as some in Congress don't want any change, They'd rather reduce or eliminate what I get or am allowed, But since their a minority, They can only be a stick in the mud. If I want to cool It off later on I'd just open some windows.
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Message 874386 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 16:39:31 UTC - in response to Message 874338.  

You get a big temperature range this time of year Joker. I bet you don't know whether to have the heating on or the A/C on some days? ;)

We're stuck in a bit of a "no weather" rut at the moment. Not a lot of anything much at all going on. No rain, no wind, no heat, no cold :D

The heater is on right now, As to the A/C well It's never been connected as It's about $2000 to maybe $3000 to do that and I've been advised that the one I have is too big for the size of My house(840sqft) as the heater+A/C is a 3.5 ton unit and that I should have a 2.5 ton unit and to do that would be about $6000-$8000(I had an estimate) and that would be not only difficult(time consuming), But not exactly something I'm allowed to do, Loans I'm allowed to have up to any amount that I can pay for, Just not money that isn't loaned to Me above $2000 which does suck as the rules have not been updated since 1989 as some in Congress don't want any change, They'd rather reduce or eliminate what I get or am allowed, But since their a minority, They can only be a stick in the mud. If I want to cool It off later on I'd just open some windows.


Why is your life so complicated?!
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Message 874410 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 21:29:52 UTC - in response to Message 874386.  

You get a big temperature range this time of year Joker. I bet you don't know whether to have the heating on or the A/C on some days? ;)

We're stuck in a bit of a "no weather" rut at the moment. Not a lot of anything much at all going on. No rain, no wind, no heat, no cold :D

The heater is on right now, As to the A/C well It's never been connected as It's about $2000 to maybe $3000 to do that and I've been advised that the one I have is too big for the size of My house(840sqft) as the heater+A/C is a 3.5 ton unit and that I should have a 2.5 ton unit and to do that would be about $6000-$8000(I had an estimate) and that would be not only difficult(time consuming), But not exactly something I'm allowed to do, Loans I'm allowed to have up to any amount that I can pay for, Just not money that isn't loaned to Me above $2000 which does suck as the rules have not been updated since 1989 as some in Congress don't want any change, They'd rather reduce or eliminate what I get or am allowed, But since their a minority, They can only be a stick in the mud. If I want to cool It off later on I'd just open some windows.


Why is your life so complicated?!

I'm Permanently Disabled, So the Social Security Administration gives Me $907(SSI/SSP) a month to pay My bills with and such. So getting anything done has required Me to spend a bit, Plus I recently opened a savings account that pays $0.01 cents a month and It may as well not even pay interest at all, I plan on opening a secured credit card to try and rebuild My credit in July as I currently have no credit history and as of 2008 I gather no credit score either and so loans are out without a co-signer and the only people that could have done that are dead, My nephew and Nieces can't and My sister in law won't and I think It has something to do with Her son. So I'm sunk for the moment. I don't know what else to say...
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Message 874420 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 21:49:22 UTC - in response to Message 874410.  

You get a big temperature range this time of year Joker. I bet you don't know whether to have the heating on or the A/C on some days? ;)

We're stuck in a bit of a "no weather" rut at the moment. Not a lot of anything much at all going on. No rain, no wind, no heat, no cold :D

The heater is on right now, As to the A/C well It's never been connected as It's about $2000 to maybe $3000 to do that and I've been advised that the one I have is too big for the size of My house(840sqft) as the heater+A/C is a 3.5 ton unit and that I should have a 2.5 ton unit and to do that would be about $6000-$8000(I had an estimate) and that would be not only difficult(time consuming), But not exactly something I'm allowed to do, Loans I'm allowed to have up to any amount that I can pay for, Just not money that isn't loaned to Me above $2000 which does suck as the rules have not been updated since 1989 as some in Congress don't want any change, They'd rather reduce or eliminate what I get or am allowed, But since their a minority, They can only be a stick in the mud. If I want to cool It off later on I'd just open some windows.


Why is your life so complicated?!

I'm Permanently Disabled, So the Social Security Administration gives Me $907(SSI/SSP) a month to pay My bills with and such. So getting anything done has required Me to spend a bit, Plus I recently opened a savings account that pays $0.01 cents a month and It may as well not even pay interest at all, I plan on opening a secured credit card to try and rebuild My credit in July as I currently have no credit history and as of 2008 I gather no credit score either and so loans are out without a co-signer and the only people that could have done that are dead, My nephew and Nieces can't and My sister in law won't and I think It has something to do with Her son. So I'm sunk for the moment. I don't know what else to say...



. . . just go over to the window - open it wide - and YELL, as loud as you can: We're NOT goin' to take iT anymore . . .!!!

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Message 874424 - Posted: 10 Mar 2009, 22:00:36 UTC - in response to Message 874420.  

You get a big temperature range this time of year Joker. I bet you don't know whether to have the heating on or the A/C on some days? ;)

We're stuck in a bit of a "no weather" rut at the moment. Not a lot of anything much at all going on. No rain, no wind, no heat, no cold :D

The heater is on right now, As to the A/C well It's never been connected as It's about $2000 to maybe $3000 to do that and I've been advised that the one I have is too big for the size of My house(840sqft) as the heater+A/C is a 3.5 ton unit and that I should have a 2.5 ton unit and to do that would be about $6000-$8000(I had an estimate) and that would be not only difficult(time consuming), But not exactly something I'm allowed to do, Loans I'm allowed to have up to any amount that I can pay for, Just not money that isn't loaned to Me above $2000 which does suck as the rules have not been updated since 1989 as some in Congress don't want any change, They'd rather reduce or eliminate what I get or am allowed, But since their a minority, They can only be a stick in the mud. If I want to cool It off later on I'd just open some windows.


Why is your life so complicated?!

I'm Permanently Disabled, So the Social Security Administration gives Me $907(SSI/SSP) a month to pay My bills with and such. So getting anything done has required Me to spend a bit, Plus I recently opened a savings account that pays $0.01 cents a month and It may as well not even pay interest at all, I plan on opening a secured credit card to try and rebuild My credit in July as I currently have no credit history and as of 2008 I gather no credit score either and so loans are out without a co-signer and the only people that could have done that are dead, My nephew and Nieces can't and My sister in law won't and I think It has something to do with Her son. So I'm sunk for the moment. I don't know what else to say...



. . . just go over to the window - open it wide - and YELL, as loud as you can: We're NOT goin' to take iT anymore . . .!!!

;)

I know Yer kidding, so I'll pass as that wouldn't do anything outside of make My throat sore.
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Message 874597 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 12:53:10 UTC - in response to Message 874424.  

Strange weather here again. Warmed up overnight, the last of the snow has melted on my yard. Now its sunny, windy, temperature is dropping, and forecast is for snow this afternoon. But, rain warnig has been cancelled, and now we have a wind warning.

Observed at: London Int'l Airport
Date: 8:00 AM EDT Wednesday 11 March 2009
Condition: Mostly Cloudy
Pressure: 100.9 kPa
Tendency: rising
Visibility: 24 km

Temperature: 4.3°C
Dewpoint: -0.6°C
Humidity: 70 %
Wind: W 37 gust 50 km/h

London - Parkhill - Eastern Middlesex County
5:04 AM EDT Wednesday 11 March 2009
Wind warning for
London - Parkhill - Eastern Middlesex County continued

Strong winds today along a cold front.

This is a warning that damaging winds are imminent or occurring in these regions. Monitor weather conditions..

The cold front will arrive over western regions early this morning with average winds increasing to 60 km/h. Along the front winds will gust to 90 km/h. A few locations near Lake Huron, Niagara and along eastern Lake Ontario will gust near 100 km/h. The cold front will move into eastern Ontario by noon. Note that temperatures will drop to below freezing behind the cold front.


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Message 874635 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 15:41:43 UTC

It started snowing again in New Hampshire last night but it warmed up and turned into rain. Now everything is covered in slush. It's lightly raining and 36°F right now. It's expected to stay above freezing all day so the slush should be melting off soon. Visability is about 100 yards.
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Message 874637 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 16:13:42 UTC - in response to Message 874635.  
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The first few snowflakes started going by my window a few minutes ago. It was +6C (43F) when I got up this morning, before dawn, and now is about 0.

[edit] Hey, what happened to my signature!?!?!

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Message 874660 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 17:38:20 UTC

It was -24C overnight
Presently it's -19C 10:30 am local time

The weatherman says it should get much warmer in the next few days, which means more snow I'm sure.
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Message 874669 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 18:06:24 UTC

It's been the warmest day of 2009 here! 13.4C, woooo, Spring is coming!
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Message 874680 - Posted: 11 Mar 2009, 18:33:30 UTC - in response to Message 874669.  

It's been the warmest day of 2009 here! 13.4C, woooo, Spring is coming!

Summer isn't even here yet, That's next week on Tuesday of course.

Daggett-Barstow, California (Airport)
Updated: 10:51 AM PDT on March 11, 2009

55°F / 13°C & Clear
Humidity: 31%
Dew Point: 25°F / -4°C
Wind: Calm
Pressure: 30.01in / 1016hPa (Falling)
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers
UV: 6 out of 16
Clouds: Clear -(Above Ground Level)
Elevation: 1926ft / 587m
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Message 874768 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 2:01:25 UTC

It was 64F. at 8:00 A.M., now, back to winter.

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County Airport
Lat: 40.36 Lon: -79.94 Elev: 1248
Last Update on Mar 11, 9:53 pm EDT

Fair

36 °F(2 °C)
Humidity: 48 %
Wind Speed: NW 8 G 20 MPH
Barometer: 30.34" (1028.5 mb)
Dewpoint: 18 °F (-8 °C)
Wind Chill: 30 °F (-1 °C)
Visibility: 10.00 mi.


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Message 874772 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 2:12:15 UTC

29°F
Current: Mostly Cloudy
Wind: NW at 17 mph
Humidity: 56%


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Message 874775 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 2:19:35 UTC

Presently in Vancouver

Temperature: 5C
Humidity: 48%
Wind: WSW at <5 knots

It was a beautiful (tho chilly!) day and tomorrow looks to be even nicer!
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Message 874869 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 6:36:44 UTC

We had a very warm night here, so could be another warm day today - shame I'll be stuck in a meeting all day :(
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Message 874890 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 8:08:16 UTC


Still rain here 8°C.



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Message 874923 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 14:31:31 UTC

This morning in Yermo CA It's like so currently:

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Updated: 6:51 AM PDT on March 12, 2009

40°F / 4°C
Haze
Windchill: 33°F / 1°C
Humidity: 83%
Dew Point: 35°F / 2°C
Wind: 10mph / 17kph / 4.6mps from the West
Pressure: 29.99in / 1016hPa (Rising)
Visibility: 6.0 miles / 9.7 kilometers
UV: 0 out of 16
Clouds: Clear -(Above Ground Level)
Elevation: 1926ft / 587m
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Message 874926 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 14:41:20 UTC

The rain has stopped in NH. It's a pretty nice day today. Its 45°F, mostly cloudy, with a light breeze blowing. The slush deposited yesterday is all gone.
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Message 875045 - Posted: 12 Mar 2009, 23:55:06 UTC

6C and Sun, Sun, Sun!

Humidity: 49%
Wind: 3 k/h, south
Barometer: 1028 mb
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Message 875140 - Posted: 13 Mar 2009, 7:15:09 UTC

A foggy friday start here.
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