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After about 2 weeks of temperatures in the -20s and -30s C (with windchill in the -40s and -50s), and more of this the next week and a half, I'm actually looking forward to highs of -13/14C on Wednesday of next week and on. Break out the BBQ grill and put on the t-shirt and shorts!!!

How's the weather where you are? Better than mine, I hope.

graceylou 8 Feb 11

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the arctic air finally got to van isle the day after we got back from 3 months in AZ (feb 3).
lately temps have been getting down to around -6 & just staying around freezing during the day so that snow has accumulated.
our tulips were just peaking out from the ground when we got back & now covered with 6 ins snow.
effing global warming. oh, i forgot now it's climate change.

We had snow in June. Was not great for the blooming flowers.

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Wind chill was about -40 here a few days ago.

I think our worst so far this past while was -51.

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Have some points ???

Thank ye!!

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Sounds like a heat wave. Break out the BBQ and Bermuda shorts.

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Mid -20's C. here with wind chill, little snow. Hoping it will break somewhat as we have to go north next week for my hip replacement.

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Sorry to hear that. Here in Miami today 25.5C and tomorrow 27.2C...this is middle of winter, so take the next Air Canada!

Nope. I can't do those temperatures. I would die at 23C. My house thermostat is set at 16C during the day, 15C at night. Higher than that I feel sick. I sleep in a bedroom with no central heating (just room heater and mattress heater both turned on just before bedtime and off when I go to bed). All I'm wanting is anywhere between 0 and 10C and I would be happy.

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A gorgeous albeit overcast day in middle TN. Crocus are blooming, mint is peaking out, many many herbs and crawlers carpeting the garden path, lilacs budding, ... . You get the pic 🙂))) Energizing!

And we don't even have lawn grass showing. LOL. We have had snow since mid-September. It's getting tiring.

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No doubt!

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