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  1. #151
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    22f feels like 13 with wind chill

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    11c & the heating is one. Best summer ever .
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    Looking at the temps most of you guys are experiencing makes me feel like a whiner but damn I am cold. It's too cold for me. Feeling the cold more this year than last year...I have no insulation left.

    It claims it is 11C here now (52F) but to me feels more like -11. I really have no tolerance at all for the cold.


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  4. #154
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    Quote Originally Posted by kittycats_delight View Post
    Looking at the temps most of you guys are experiencing makes me feel like a whiner but damn I am cold. It's too cold for me. Feeling the cold more this year than last year...I have no insulation left.

    It claims it is 11C here now (52F) but to me feels more like -11. I really have no tolerance at all for the cold.

    Then you wouldn't like here in Indy right now, it's 12 degrees F and feels like temp is 1 degree.
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    LOL, like Michelle in Italy I complain when it dips into the 50's (F). We have been in the 40's during the day and down into the upper 20's low 30's at night. Not your usual California weather!!!
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    Right now at 10 am it's 7F and going to a HIGH of 2 below. (This is noted as an "abnormal temperature trend" ). We just came through another heavy snowfall warning and added about another inch to the stuff already here!
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  7. #157
    Here according to Weather Network it's 25F - feels like 14F - to me feels like 'way below that "F". With a "snow squall threat" looming over. How delightful, been out already, now me and Dorry-kitty are in for the duration. With the heat turned up high!

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    Snowing, snowing, but still above freezing at 34F , so not that much is building up, really! The birds are very busy - guess I ought to put socks and shoes on and put more feed out there!
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    The last time I saw on TV was 29 degrees, supposed to go up to 34. Unfortunately the snow that came down yesterday is ice now.

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  10. #160
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    Lots of chilly temps!! It's currently 26 here with a windchill of 18 degrees. We haven't had a white Christmas in ages, so I hope some of this snow sticks around till then but not sure if that will happen since we're due for a warm up and rain by the 21st.

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    - 3 degrees F., today with a 4 inch snow cover but the good old sun is out today, better throw another log on the fire.
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    20F, wind chill 9. Going down to 11* F We have a little bit of snow.

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    37 and dry. A monsoon and COLD weather just left us. Our rainy season ins usually late Summer or early Fall. It's been a strange late Fall.
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    For the person here that lives in Montana, this info that I got in my email today won't surprise them at all: "Did you know...that today is Cold, Colder, Coldest Day? From a high of 63 degrees Fahrenheit at noon on December 14, 1924, to a low of -21 degrees Fahrenheit at midnight, the town of Fairfield, Montana, experienced the most dramatic temperature drop in a 12-hour period -- 83 degrees! Brrr."
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