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.


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

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

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

  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!

  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.

  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.

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

  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!!

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

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

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

  11. ~Sheila
    Yikes indeed!

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

    Hope you've dug out!

    Opposite for sure.

    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!

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

    I hope your area is functional again.

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

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

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

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


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