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Old 01-29-2012, 01:20 PM   #2561
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It is too nice here to say it is.

Forecast for Eastern Cochise County below 5000 feet

Area Forecast For: Issued: January 29, 2012 02:06:05 MST

Today: Mostly sunny. Highs 63 to 68.
Monday: Mostly sunny. Highs 66 to 71.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Highs 64 to 69.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Highs 63 to 68.
Thursday through Saturday: Mostly clear 62 to 68.
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:30 PM   #2562
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Snow belongs on mountains, thank you.
Exactly! In California we keep it in the Sierra and up around Mt Shasta and Mt Lassen where it belongs!

60o with a projected high of 68o under a brilliant blue sky here in NorCal.
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Light lake effect snow most of today on the north shore of Lake Erie. Only about four inches accumulation. Most snow we have had this year though.
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Exactly! In California we keep it in the Sierra and up around Mt Shasta and Mt Lassen where it belongs!

60o with a projected high of 68o under a brilliant blue sky here in NorCal.
Shasta needs more, so do the N. Cascades, this year.
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68 warm degrees this afternoon while working outside on the burn piles. DW brought down the hot dogs to roast and a bottle of wine. A nice afternoon.
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Fourth day of snow in the last six here in Denver. 16 inches Thursday night, Friday and Sat. 2-3 inches more last night into today. Getting old fast! Trolling for cheap fares to Arizona.
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No complaints at all here. No snow on the ground and it was 56 degrees above zero on Superbowl Sunday. A little cooler today at only 36 but still excellent for ND.
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There is barely any snow on the ground here in the eastern Lake Ontario snow belt. Just amazing.

This pic is from one of our heaviest snowfall years.
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Wow, snowing dogs was it? That is heavy...
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Wow, snowing dogs was it? That is heavy...
Mayan calendar, snowing dogs - more signs the end is upon us...
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Mayan calendar, snowing dogs - more signs the end is upon us...
Those crazy Mayans--
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So far we've been lucky with the snow, or lack thereof. Today's forecast is for 1-3 inches but it's been so warm lately that even if it does stick it won't be around for long. Rode the motorcycle to/from work yesterday and took the long way home last night just to enjoy the ride.

So here is is the second week of Feb. and I haven't had to put gas in the snow thrower yet.

Now if we can just skate on through 'til March without snow we'll both be happy campers.
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We had sleet on Sunday morning and hit 80 today (Wed).
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We had sleet on Sunday morning and hit 80 today (Wed).
Sounds like Texas to me.....
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We had sleet on Sunday morning and hit 80 today (Wed).
Must be very confusing to the scorpions.
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Here, it is pouring rain at the moment. On the news just now they showed live footage of some sort of military band waiting to participate in a Mardi Gras parade, standing in formation in the pouring rain. Their camoflauge clothes were soaked through, as much as if they had been swimming in them. The water was streaming off their trumpets and other instruments, as well as noses, chins, and so on. They will be chilled to the bone before the night is done, poor guys.
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Today we have some really bad weather coming through. Right now there's an intense thunderstorm going on with rain that could best be described as a windy deluge, and tornados, high winds, and other nasty stuff is predicted.

Floats (especially the big ones) do not do well in this type of weather, especially high winds. F. was marching behind a float that was tragically blown off an overpass back in 1969. Stories like his are why several of the parades cancelled. Endymion (probably the biggest) is still scheduled to start in 3-4 hours. The city managed to say with a straight face that people shouldn't show up for Endymion until an hour beforehand. As if!! As usual, people have been camped out for days to get a good spot for Endymion.
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73F here on the prairie; not bad for February.
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