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Old 04-03-2011, 08:32 AM   #1
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Cool Well, it's doing it again....

Yup, that white stuff has been coming down for several hours,again. Looks like about 2" so far with a 33F temperature. East wind off the lake so we could get some lake effect snow. Trees now have that white fuzzy look. The driveway and sidewalk are white again. Yesterday it was partly sunny and 50F. Don't get me wrong, we need the moisture as the big lake dropped 2"+ last month whereas it only drops maybe an inch. But, shucks, we've had snow on the ground since November and get'n tired of it.
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Here in Yuma,AZ the high today 88, yesterday 90, the day before 100. Sure wish it would snow or rain to cool things down. On second thought, forget about the snow!!!!!!
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Old 04-04-2011, 06:42 AM   #3
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Hey, SRT!!

Hi from Tampa. Sold house and stuff on Park Point back in 05 and have been full timing on the road ever since, and, it's a HOOT!! Nice to hear from "The Head of the Lakes."

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Yup, that white stuff has been coming down for several hours,again. Looks like about 2" so far with a 33F temperature. East wind off the lake so we could get some lake effect snow. Trees now have that white fuzzy look. The driveway and sidewalk are white again. Yesterday it was partly sunny and 50F. Don't get me wrong, we need the moisture as the big lake dropped 2"+ last month whereas it only drops maybe an inch. But, shucks, we've had snow on the ground since November and get'n tired of it.

Oh my, don't talk about sn**........... we got sn**, ice and rain on April 01, 2011.......... not much but enough is enough, especially after de winterizing to do camping on April 01............... back to winterizing and putting the RV back in it's wintering over area, just pulled it out again April 03 to work on it more........... so please NO MORE SN** , can't say the word ot it might just do it again
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84 in Denver on Sat, snowed Sunday afternoon. Nuts!
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Old 04-04-2011, 09:53 AM   #6
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Hey, SRT!!

Hi from Tampa. Sold house and stuff on Park Point back in 05 and have been full timing on the road ever since, and, it's a HOOT!! Nice to hear from "The Head of the Lakes."

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That's funny, we were also full timing in 2004-5. But the wife wanted to be near the grandkids (they live in Lakewood). So we have a sticks & bricks in the woods in Rice Lake township about 5 miles from the grandkids. Plus we got another 3-4" of wet snow this morning. 33F again this morning.

Last spring it was certainly warmer and the ice was off the local lakes by the end of April. Ain't going to happen this year.
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Oh my, don't talk about sn**........... we got sn**, ice and rain on April 01, 2011.......... not much but enough is enough, especially after de winterizing to do camping on April 01............... back to winterizing and putting the RV back in it's wintering over area, just pulled it out again April 03 to work on it more........... so please NO MORE SN** , can't say the word ot it might just do it again
Hang in there! But more coming your way. At least we don't have to have flood insurance as we live on a ridge. Everyone around here is sick of the white stuff.
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It was 83 yesterday in Bastrop, TX. This morning we got some rain, then the sky went black, the wind switched out of the north and the temps fell to the 60s...Cold front!
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The RGV will get a cold front overnight, going down to 80!
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Cool front hit Texas City today. It dropped from in the high 70's down to 60. Feels like one more individual day of spring.
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