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dryslot

Mid Winter Banter, Observation and General Discussion 2018

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As we move into the second half of winter, Pattern looks to be gradient going into the second half to start, Lets see if we are on the good side.

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20 minutes ago, dryslot said:

As we move into the second half of winter, Pattern looks to be gradient going into the second half to start, Lets see if we are on the good side.

Lets do this

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MOS had 35° at CON for 10am. At 945 it’s 21° there and 18.6° here. I think we eventually mix out and play catch up, but we’re running out of time to catch the max temp numbers.

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2 minutes ago, CoastalWx said:

Low 40s already. Feels great out. Enjoy the two day torch. 

Get that mixing up here. Breathe it in and clear those lungs. Hope you feel better soon.

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13 hours ago, dryslot said:

As we move into the second half of winter, Pattern looks to be gradient going into the second half to start, Lets see if we are on the good side.

Some folks are moving on to spring cleanup thoughts.  Glad we don't live there.

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13 minutes ago, MaineJayhawk said:

Some folks are moving on to spring cleanup thoughts.  Glad we don't live there.

Nothing like rushing the seasons, Reality check for them coming.

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21 minutes ago, eekuasepinniW said:

26.2

I was really hoping for just enough warmth to let me chip the ice off my steps.  I'm tired of cheating death every time I go outside.

We had oil delivered yesterday and the truck slid almost completely off the driveway. He had to get towed out. The guy ended up coming back around 6pm because he lost his keys. We couldn’t find them here though, but there was a chance he lost them at a delivery in Danbury too (he had to be towed out of there too.) Talk about a bad day. The kids next door have been sledding from their driveway all the way to ours too. I think even I could skate across it. 

Anyway, I was hoping the birds could get out of their run today, but even the paths are still ice covered. At least we’re up to 30°, but the melting has been pretty much nil so far.

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10 minutes ago, dendrite said:

We had oil delivered yesterday and the truck slid almost completely off the driveway. He had to get towed out. The guy ended up coming back around 6pm because he lost his keys. We couldn’t find them here though, but there was a chance he lost them at a delivery in Danbury too (he had to be towed out of there too.) Talk about a bad day. The kids next door have been sledding from their driveway all the way to ours too. I think even I could skate across it. 

Anyway, I was hoping the birds could get out of their run today, but even the paths are still ice covered. At least we’re up to 30°, but the melting has been pretty much nil so far.

More melting from a poster in S Weymouth than the ice in NH

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The wind is ruining the warmth t some degree.

 

KDEN snow Thursday?  I’ll be there flying back Friday.  Snow leaving and coming home?

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2 hours ago, dendrite said:

We had oil delivered yesterday and the truck slid almost completely off the driveway. He had to get towed out. The guy ended up coming back around 6pm because he lost his keys. We couldn’t find them here though, but there was a chance he lost them at a delivery in Danbury too (he had to be towed out of there too.) Talk about a bad day. The kids next door have been sledding from their driveway all the way to ours too. I think even I could skate across it. 

Anyway, I was hoping the birds could get out of their run today, but even the paths are still ice covered. At least we’re up to 30°, but the melting has been pretty much nil so far.

I saw your cam on a NH web cams link 

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