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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

We May Reach 6 Degrees Today

This is what minus 3 degrees Fahrenheit with a 30 mile per hour wind at Garden on Sherlock Street looks like from the warmth of the kitchen.

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12 comments:

  1. Sweet Mary of Magdellan, I'd never leave the house. Ever.

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  2. Woo Hoo... We're up to 17 degrees and waiting for the major snow storm to hit. Hang on to your hats!

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  3. Oh my heavens! Such opposite of Ms. Doris' gardens......brrr.

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  4. Brrrr! The snow is missing us but I feel for you all getting it and the cold! I can hear the wind chimes. So pretty!

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  5. Yup, it looks cold. Been there, done that, ain't gonna do that again. Here, in Arizona, we have a freeze warning. I covered up all my growings. Stay safe.

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  6. Miserable weather for so many of us. After we get thru this minus 10 degree night here, things look a little better. The drifting snow will be with us for a long time.
    Marnie

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  7. Come down south and bask in the 32 degree highs we're having! LOL

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  8. You guys didn't get much snow either!! I have been down flat with some viral nasty. .so I have merely listened to the wind out my bedroom window, thankful that I didn't have to go out in it! Plenty cold for sure!!

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  9. It's freezing just to watch! It's hard to believe you had 70 degrees just a week ago.

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  10. Brrrrrrrrr, I am sending warm thoughts of SPRING galloping your way,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

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  11. ~Sheila
    Yikes indeed!

    ~Turling
    If only that was possible. I wanted to just stay home and bake but work beckoned.

    ~Bonnie
    Hope you've dug out!

    ~Darla
    Opposite for sure.

    ~tina
    One thing about almost always having wind is that we almost always have chimes. I bought those just a couple of months after we moved into our house. They're still ringing away!

    ~Joani
    Sounds like you've made a good move. I'll never live farther north. NM always looks tempting.

    ~Marnie
    I hope your area is functional again.

    ~Jennifer
    It is amazing how warm 32 degrees feels after negative numbers.

    ~Melanie
    Well, I hope you enjoyed being able to hide under the covers through the cold winds. Be well.

    ~Catherine
    Our weather does wild temperature swings like that. We own many coats of varying warmth.

    ~Sharon
    Thanks. That helps. I winter sowed some seeds today!

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