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    It's sunny and about 45 degrees here. Our daffodils in the front yard started coming up a few days ago.

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    The current -6 F already feels like the typical dead of winter, no big deal kind of cold.

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    1 degree with wind chill -10

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    32°F - wind chill 22°F...This is Florida?
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    5 -F here. I’m sitting on the floor by the only sunny window I have this time of day. I’m going to enjoy this patch of sunlight for as long as I can.

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    Currently 6º and -8º with the windchill here in Metro Detroit.

    Friday's high temp is forecast to be 3º.

    I put my gym bag in my Jeep in the garage last night with my water bottle and when I got to the gym this morning it was frozen completely solid. FWIW, my Wrangler has nearly no insulation so it's always cold on the inside in the winter when it's not running, but still, it's not like it was actually outside!
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    17 here this morning, with a high of 39
    When did I go from Luke Skywalker to Obi-Wan Kenobi?

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    It was 9 degrees this morning.

    Yes single digits to start the year off right.
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    We have a chance of snow tomorrow morning in our forecast. Highs in the 40's the rest of the week.
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    We've had about two weeks worth of temps in the single digits. I suspect that's the case for a number of other Cyburbians out there.
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    It was 9 degrees this morning.

    Yes single digits to start the year off right.
    Heat wave this morning. Drove to work & it was 21 degrees
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    Guess the thermometer reading this morning disproves global warming.

    The only thing that annoys me more than uneducated folks making these kind of statements, is when educated folks (or even certain world leaders) - who should know better - make statements like that. I'm not sure if these folks are intentionally trying to misunderstand the difference between weather and climate or if it's a horrific example of wishful thinking on their part, but how do you combat such willful ignorance?
    People will miss that it once meant something to be Southern or Midwestern. It doesn't mean much now, except for the climate. The question, “Where are you from?” doesn't lead to anything odd or interesting. They live somewhere near a Gap store, and what else do you need to know? - Garrison Keillor

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    Apparently it is snowing in south Georgia and north Florida right now...
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    The school in south central NC where my daughter teaches announced early dismissal because of snow that’s forecast later.

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    Quote Originally posted by kms View post
    The school in south central NC where my daughter teaches announced early dismissal because of snow that’s forecast later.
    They tend to get more ice & 'wintry mix' down that way too.

    I'm going to talk to our friends on the coast this evening to see what they get.
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    the place I house sit is on the top of a mountain so I am planning on working from home tomorrow - expecting 18" ugh
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    It was in the high 70s/low 80s this past few days or so; today is a cool 70 though.
    And that concludes staff’s presentation...

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    With the windchill it was close to -30º here this morning. Cold enough that most all of the schools in the area are closed today. Tomorrow is supposed to be equally cold.

    I also saw in the newspaper that, on average, the Great Lakes are already 22% iced over. At this point the last few years, they've generally been less than 5% frozen over. The water levels on most of the lakes were quite a bit higher last summer compared to the past decade or so and I would imagine this could help get them a little higher again this coming spring and summer (since the increased ice, and so soon in the season, will block more lake water from evaporating than normal). We'll see.
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    Glad this isn't my car / street.

    https://jalopnik.com/the-cars-are-frozen-1821804568
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    Quote Originally posted by Planit View post
    It's not as bad as this one: http://www.nbc15.com/content/news/Io...468049503.html
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    The low tonight is supposed to be 5. That's pretty insane for my area, and it's been that low for like the last week or two. Kinda sucks. My electric bill will be through the roof for December.

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    Quote Originally posted by Maister View post
    Guess the thermometer reading this morning disproves global warming.

    The only thing that annoys me more than uneducated folks making these kind of statements, is when educated folks (or even certain world leaders) - who should know better - make statements like that. I'm not sure if these folks are intentionally trying to misunderstand the difference between weather and climate or if it's a horrific example of wishful thinking on their part, but how do you combat such willful ignorance?
    Then there's Al Gore being a complete moron stating that the cold is proof of climate change, when in his book he claimed that there would be no more snow. Making claims like that only make it easier for the anti-climate change folks to "prove" the conspiracy. Until Florida goes under water the vast majority of people are going to care less about the climate.
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