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Old 11-23-2014, 07:19 AM   #1
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Got to love the weather in Wisconsin, minus 5 on Friday morning and 43 on Sunday morning. For those of us stuck up here it gives us a sense of change and when it is 43 we think it is warm out. Kind of hard to snowmobile when it's 43 though it's hard on the snow cover. Have a good Thanksgiving where ever you are, we will be here waiting for the next drastic weather change. Jim
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Old 11-23-2014, 03:59 PM   #2
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We had 3 days of freezing weather, One day where I ran both heaters all day, (I am in S.E. Georgia) today it's back to air conditioning days and one heater nights..

You know what they say:
Change is inevitable except from a vending machine.
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:41 PM   #3
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Please keep that cold winter stuff up north... We don't own a snowmobile,,, and what I drive at work does not behave well on bad roads.....
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:53 PM   #4
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Those of us old enough to remember the hippie days do you remember a group called, "The Three Dog Night?" Maybe it was a song title. I recently found out what that really means. Some nights are cold enough to need three dogs to keep ya warm, hence the name, "Three Dog Night."

I think that's just too cool.

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Old 11-24-2014, 04:20 AM   #5
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Yup, if it's cold you sleep with the dog, Colder 2 dogs and on a really cold night,,, Well that's a Three Dog Night.

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We only have 2 dogs a electric blankey and a heated mattress pad. Does that count?
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Well we had a little weather change today. Started out as rain and 41 degrees, now 26 and 6 inches of snow and still snowing. Oh the wind is blowing at about 15 to 20 MPH. Got to love it to live here. Jim
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You can keep that white stuff up there, Jimmy. We had 5" last Monday (I know, that's a dusting compared to what you have), then it went down to highs in the teens Tuesday & stayed below freezing all week. Freezing rain/black ice Saturday AM, then it rained & was up to near 60 yesterday. Today, temps went from mid-50's to high 30's, thunderstorms + 60mph wind gusts made the high rise building I work in sway. And to think, it's not even Winter (according to the calendar) yet. What's it gonna be like come January?

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You can keep that white stuff up there, Jimmy. We had 5" last Monday (I know, that's a dusting compared to what you have), then it went down to highs in the teens Tuesday & stayed below freezing all week. Freezing rain/black ice Saturday AM, then it rained & was up to near 60 yesterday. Today, temps went from mid-50's to high 30's, thunderstorms + 60mph wind gusts made the high rise building I work in sway. And to think, it's not even Winter (according to the calendar) yet. What's it gonna be like come January?

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In January in Az will be in the 60-70's I am hoping...
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We are sitting in a shelter at Disney World waiting for rain and tornado threat to pass. Any of you need rain?
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I used to love winter,,, till I got older and I have to drive a truck in it,,, and this company firing anybody... You all be careful out there !!!!
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