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Schmeelkie wrote:yeah, but TM, we haven't really had much of winter in NY (not counting Snowtober)...
we're back in the low 40's today. Last I looked we weren't up to 20 inches of snow yet and the average is almost 50 (and last year we were probably around 65-70 inches). I doubt we've had more than 10 days since November with highs below freezing. Usually by this point in January, we're in deep freeze - highs rarely above freezing for 2-3 weeks at a time and the snow just piles up. The 1/4 inch we got last night is already melted... And last weekend we had enough snow to sled in, but I was keeping the kids inside to finish getting over their colds!
dai bread wrote:So that's where all our heat went. It's been a cool summer here so far. Only 74 today; it should be 10 degrees higher.
Shapley wrote:Apparenlty, Alaska is in a deep, deep freeze this Winter. It seems they are hoarding all the cold air, in an effort to stave off global warming, no doubt.
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