FINALLY! It's warm outside!

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We have officially hit 80 degrees in the NYC area. Considering we had frost a few days ago, I'd say things are looking up!

I think we parole the Barracuda and turn it loose.....

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It's supposed to snow here later this week! :rolleyes:

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It's been snowing here since last night.

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Nice..we had our first 80 back in Feb IIRC, first 90 last month, probably first 100 later this month :(

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Seems like in 2 weeks it's gone from 50deg. highs here to 80, everything is green, and the humidity is really up there. The mold and fungus are very happy.

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Lucky you, we just got more Snow. :rolleyes: With that amount of snow we have, it will take a while to melt, even if a lot of snow has Melted already... Well that makes more time to build our car Race Ready before the FHRA Drag Racing Season starts.

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In my case, the warm temps brought nothing but borderline Monsoon rains. <_<

On the plus side, though, there was a killer thunderstorm yesterday!

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Enjoy it....here on the Cdn. prairies we're still in the middle of winter, -14 C last night and some areas got to -20 and more snow expected over the next week to add to the piles that we still have.

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It's warm in the Caribbean too.

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6" + of snow here Wed. And Thursday. :(

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Finally broke Winter yesterday here in Virginia. So nice to know that I can now paint outside instead of painting at work and using a dehydrator.

:D WOO :lol: HOO :D

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It was about 70 here today- very nice out.

Tomorrow will be 50s and cloudy, perhaps a passing shower. I remember seeing rain Friday with a nice weekend.

At least the snow is gone...

Charlie

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Snow is almost all gone, so far it's hit 50 a couple of days. 40's and rain the next few, that'll take care of the rest of the snow and is prolonging the sugaring season.

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Yeah, and windy.

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was only in the 60's 3 hours north of you, John .. man .. 80! I still have a small patch of snow where the plow pushed everything. .. but, I'll take 60.

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It hit 85 in Philadelphia today! I was downtown for a business meeting and people were out and about in shorts, taking full advantage. After my wife came home from work today we went to Marsh Creek State Park and walked around the lake. There were a lot of people there too! I'm sitting here next to my open kitchen door, we have windows open.

And enjoy it while it lasts! I hear 50s next week. Honestly, I'd prefer 50s for NNL East in two weeks... any higher and the rooms get too hot. Just don't rain!

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I had posted this in a well meaning way, having no idea so many are still getting hit. For my area of the country we've been very chilly, if not cold, well past our normal season. Today it is beautiful out.

My appologies to everyone who's still dealing with this fickle weather.... especially you people who used the "S" word..... :o

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Typical South Arkansas weather, 65 last nite, 83 today, now they are calling for 40 on thursday nite! I am soooo tired of rain and cold (for us) weather. My models are in a shop behind my house and the way the weather has been, just not wanting to do anything.

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alas..it is snowing in Montana. the torino & the mustang get to stay under the covers for a few more weeks.

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And we're getting thunder sleet right now. It's supposed to change to freezing rain, then snow tonight. I'm kinda tired of the stuff myself.

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It hit 90 in Philadelphia today. My wife got home from work and put the air conditioning on in the house. Now it's raining like gang busters, the storm that will push out the hot weather and give us 60s for the rest of the week.

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It hit 90 in Philadelphia today.

We're supposed to get snow flurries tonight. April 12. Halfway to freakin' MAY and they're forecasting snow flurries... :rolleyes:

Where did "global warming" go? :blink:

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"Finally! It's warm outside!"

Well, that didn't last long.....

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We're supposed to get snow flurries tonight. April 12. Halfway to freakin' MAY and they're forecasting snow flurries... :rolleyes:

Where did "global warming" go? :blink:

climate change.

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climate change.

First they called it "global warming." Then they dropped that name and started calling it "climate change." What will they call it next? "Temperature Instability?" :lol:

But the funny thing is, the earth has been undergoing "climate change" since the big bang. There have been tropical periods, ice ages, etc. Climate change is billions of years old. Nothing new there. It's only within the last few years that the "experts" have seized on the subject and managed to make a profit on it. :rolleyes:

Oops... sorry if that got too close to "political commentary." :D

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