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    Cyburbian Emeritus Chet's avatar
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    The NEVERENDING Weather Thread

    Yesterday, Wisconsin had near record high temps, it was 83 at 5:30 PM where I live. It was a great day for golf or anything outdoorsy. Today its cooler but still very mild. We usually have our first hard freeze by now, but its not in the forecast for the next week.

    Looks like the weather will hold out for the Midwest Cyburbia Laefest on Thursday too!

    So...hows the weather over there?

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    It got cooler than normal quicker here. We have had some days in the upper 50s i guess with our first frost a couple weeks ago. Then another few days near 80 but I think all thats over. The trees are all painted and its nice. Warm during the day, chilly at night-great football weather! *converted Hookie fan*
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    Mostly sunny with highs around 80, lows around 68-70. Perfect outdoor weather for FL.

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    Great fall weather, not too cold or rainy yet. I wish it would stay like this for a while.

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    Beautiful here too.
    62 degrees (17 C), clear and sunny with a slight breeze. Almost perfect early fall weather.
    Me thinks today would be good day for a little "field work"

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    Started off nice - 'bout 17C (62F) - it's going to get cooler over the day, and there is a good chance of rain...

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    Originally posted by Zoning Goddess
    Mostly sunny with highs around 80, lows around 68-70. Perfect outdoor weather for FL.
    The same in Louisiana.
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    Originally posted by Tranplanner
    Started off nice - 'bout 17C (62F) - it's going to get cooler over the day, and there is a good chance of rain...
    Similar weather about 338km (210 miles) east-southeast of you, Tran. Except it's already begun to rain here.
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    We had been having incredible weather but I had to scrape the car window yesterday and I think I may have heard the f word on the radio this morning - but hopefully I was imagining things.

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    Re: The NEVER ENDING hows your weather thread

    Originally posted by Chet
    Yesterday, Wisconsin had near record high temps, it was 83 at 5:30 PM where I live. It was a great day for golf or anything outdoorsy. Today its cooler but still very mild.
    Same here in Chicagoland
    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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    Yesterday's weather was weird here in Oregon. We had record highs for this late in the year -- Portland came in at 77 degrees, and Eugene had the state high at 80 degrees. Where I am, it was cool in the morning, and then _really_ dark clouds but warm, muggy air. I fear that it may be more of the same today....

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    Originally posted by Zoning Goddess
    Mostly sunny with highs around 80, lows around 68-70. Perfect outdoor weather for FL.
    As Planderella indicates, it is the same in Louisiana but with low humidity. It feels great!!!
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    Originally posted by PlannerGirl
    [B]It got cooler than normal quicker here. We have had some days in the upper 50s i guess with our first frost a couple weeks ago. B]
    Make sure you keep this thread up to date, I need some crystal clear weather on Sunday with temps around 55-60.

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    All but JMF can bite me.

    On the weekend we had that rotten snow /sleet crap. Today, I had to scrape the whore frost (wonder why it called that) off of my windshield.

    Site visit this morning, froze my hands taking pictures, will be putting the down vest on and gloves after lunch.

    Getting ready to put the plastic up over the rotten windows in my house.

    While I love winter and fall, I hate the time between the leaves turning and the first snow.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    perfect for a bike ride in shorts and a t-shirt it was 80 degrees at 4 pm.
    yes, I left work early just so I could go for a ride.
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    Originally posted by donk
    All but JMF can bite me.
    LOL

    We are also in a 2 year draught. We are about 20" below the norm for the past 18 months. Some local lakes are down as mush as 3 feet.

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    It is supposed to be nice here today... 17C/63F. It's foggy right now, which is really pretty in the river valley. I had to scrape my windshield yesterday, which was a bummer. By the end of the week though, it's supposed to only get to a high of around 6C/43 F

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    Rain but warm yesterday, mid-60's. The next couple of days we're forcast to have near record warm weather--upper 60's. But by Thursday, back to overcast and 40 degree temps.

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    95 yesterday pushing 100 today, Indian Summer.

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    Originally posted by The Irish One
    Indian Summer.
    You mean Indigenous People's Summer, right? How insensitive.

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    JMF can now bite me too, even though she'll be getting this weather tomorrow.

    It just started to snow. It won't stay, but it is rotten.

    Thanks Chet for making me think about the weather.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    You mean Indigenous People's Summer, right? How insensitive
    I'm on my way to sensitivity training, I mean the casino. It all works out.

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    Plannergirl, don't look.








    That light blur, that looks like filth is the snow. As taken from my office window.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    We've had frost a few days in a row....been averaging upper 40's to low 50's in the day.....mid to low 30's at night.

    Like donk, I need to go get that plastic crap for my old windows.
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    It is sunny and a little hot today.

    (This forecast could apply for about 340 +/- days a year).
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