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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Brrrrr!

Holy shit!  Eighteen degrees outside right now, and a wind chill of 8!  That's pretty damn cold for this part of the country.  At least it's dry, though - no snow or ice.  Thank God I don't have to go in to work today; I'm staying home and staying warm as possible, hope you are too.

How cold is it in your neck of the woods?


8 comments:

David said...

12 here, windchill of -2. Snow on the ground, but only a few inches. I'm envious, I can handle the cold, but I handle it much easier when it's dry. This snow and ice we get is awful.

Stay warm Russ!

Russ Manley said...

Ack, y'all are definitely worse off that we are, you stay warm too!

Russ Manley said...

*than*

Jeepguy said...

We got about a foot of snow on Tuesday, and the surrounding mountains got around 2 feet. Then it turned off clear and cold. Last night we got down to minus 9 degrees. And I think our high temp for today was 13. Brrr! Somebody put me on the next plane south!
Gary

Russ Manley said...

That's pretty rough, Gary, hope you guys paid the light bill and got a cord of firewood handy too! It's not even winter yet, by the calendar . . . .

Stan said...

How is it warmer here in NJ than in TX? Scatching my head. It unfortunately has turned cold here too 25 right now but the wind is what's rough to handle when outside....brrrr.

Jeepguy said...

Yeah, we've kept the woodstove fired up so the furnace doesn't have to work overtime. We made it up to a whopping 16 degrees this afternoon. Heat wave! I think it's going to warm up and snow again over the weekend. After that, maybe we'll get out of the deep freeze for a while.

Russ Manley said...

BTW Stan - you gotta understand Texas is at the south end of all the prairie and plains states - when some big cold front comes roaring down from Canada, ain't nothing at all in the way to stop it for 2000 miles . . . .

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