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November Discobs 2020

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Low of 26. Frosty out. 
 

Kudos to the GGEM on this morning. It was consistently much colder then the US or Euro guidance and that verified. 

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20 minutes ago, MN Transplant said:

Only 30.2, but it was below freezing most of the night.  

Not very often you UHI more than me.  

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22 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

Those things are so resilient. Couple of warm days and they seem to be back

Like stinkbugs.  Bet we see a few of those in Jan when we torch

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17 minutes ago, H2O said:

Like stinkbugs.  Bet we see a few of those in Jan when we torch

I usually see them all over the sunny side of the house in early Fall. Usually see them for weeks when the days are warm but getting shorter. I may have seen 5 total this year. Major difference.

Hopefully something in nature adapted or the farmers eradicated them with insecticide. I will know soon enough. I usually see plenty in the house during winter.

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12 minutes ago, CAPE said:

I usually see them all over the sunny side of the house in early Fall. Usually see them for weeks when the days are warm but getting shorter. I may have seen 5 total this year. Major difference.

Hopefully something in nature adapted or the farmers eradicated them with insecticide. I will know soon enough. I usually see plenty in the house during winter.

From speaking with relatives who live south, over the years they have seen a major increase while ours have dwindled to almost nothing. I think we are seeing a migration.

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9 minutes ago, WinterWxLuvr said:

And @CAPE check around your dryer vent. Many times they cut a square hole for a round duct and don’t seal it. That’s where mine were getting in. Once sealed it almost eliminated them in the house.

They tend to get in up top. I actually sprayed the facia and the eaves/vents this year, and they didn't show up lol. I also wonder if they have been getting in at the ridge vent, because if they do, they are essentially in the house as I have no attic.

One good indicator is none have come in through the chimney. Usually when I open the door on the wood stove insert there are bunches in there, dead and alive. Opened it the other day and not a one.

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1 hour ago, CAPE said:

They tend to get in up top. I actually sprayed the facia and the eaves/vents this year, and they didn't show up lol. I also wonder if they have been getting in at the ridge vent, because if they do, they are essentially in the house as I have no attic.

One good indicator is none have come in through the chimney. Usually when I open the door on the wood stove insert there are bunches in there, dead and alive. Opened it the other day and not a one.

That is a good sign

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9 hours ago, CAPE said:

There actually is a "high" area east of town. Probably 60-70 feet, and the town is 30 or so. It's all relative on the eastern shore.

I think the highest spot on the eastern shore is north of Chestertown. 100 feet or so. Usually when you see elevations of over 100 feet, it's a landfill lol.

Is that the spot north of town where they built the Olive Garden, Chipotle, etc.?  I grew up in Salisbury 

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5 minutes ago, WEATHER53 said:

Is that the spot north of town where they built the Olive Garden, Chipotle, etc.?  I grew up in Salisbury 

Yes just east of that general area. Chapel Rd and even running south of there. There are some spots 70+ feet.

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