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Got into Sin City (Las Vegas) yesterday from Ely, NV. It was 48 in Ely yesterday morning when we left. Got to Boulder City Elks at noon and it was 93. After chowing down at Boulder Station and coming back to the Elks, it hit 101 at about 4. Then last evening just as it was getting dark, the temp was 92, but the humidity sure shot up. This AM at about 7, it was 78 and I think Saturday it will top out at 106. At least the sky is clear and NO smoke as we had north. Next week we will continue on down to our RV lot in Yuma.

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39 minutes ago, Barbaraok said:

Isn’t it nice not to have to run the AC?  73 in Mesa today!

Definitely . We like being able to have the windows and door open . Specially with a slight breeze to keep things fresh . 

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Raining and chilly with a cold front passing through east TX tonight. We have weather warnings out but should be over by 10 pm.

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2 hours ago, Kirk Wood said:

Raining and chilly with a cold front passing through east TX tonight. We have weather warnings out but should be over by 10 pm.

I do not miss going through the gully-washers during storms in Texas.  

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In damnphool metric fresh water freezes at 0c and 2.54 cm = 1 inch. A litre of water weighs a kilogram a 1000 litres weighs 1 tonne and measures 1 metre per side making it 1 cubic metre. Anyways....too many ones and tens and decimals. 

Weather

-7c tonight wind 30km/hr to 50km/hr. 2 to 4 cm snow. 

Same tomorrow. Then:

Tues sunny, hi -10c low -15c.

Weds sunny, hi -9c low -14c

Thu sunny, hi -11c low -20c

12c degrees or 21f degrees below “normal”.

Prior to climate change/earth overheating the “normal” is/was hi +1 low -8c

 

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was dry today. might get rain on thursday. o wait today was thursday, forgive me i slept yesterday away (got home from work at 6:am, it was a 24 hr work day for me).

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11 hours ago, packnrat said:

was dry today. might get rain on thursday. o wait today was thursday, forgive me i slept yesterday away (got home from work at 6:am, it was a 24 hr work day for me).

Dang . Your job must pay extremely well for you to put up with 24 work days . ;)

Anyway , here in Queen Creek , it' currently 45°F and SUNNY . :) 

Forecast for the mid 60s this afternoon . And , they took the rain out of the forecast for Saturday night . 

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9 hours ago, Pat & Pete said:

Dang . Your job must pay extremely well for you to put up with 24 work days . ;)

Anyway , here in Queen Creek , it' currently 45°F and SUNNY . :) 

Forecast for the mid 60s this afternoon . And , they took the rain out of the forecast for Saturday night . 

after the taxes. not much leftover for me.

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11 hours ago, Pat & Pete said:

Dang . Your job must pay extremely well for you to put up with 24 work days . ;)

Anyway , here in Queen Creek , it' currently 45°F and SUNNY . :) 

Forecast for the mid 60s this afternoon . And , they took the rain out of the forecast for Saturday night . 

Yea, we're up the road in Mesa - sunny days, still a little cool at night.   

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10 hours ago, Barbaraok said:

Yea, we're up the road in Mesa - sunny days, still a little cool at night.   

It has been a mostly warm but wet winter here in east TX so far this year. We have had very few nights that went below freezing so far but are way ahead on the rain total. It was in the 70's earlier this week and is predicted to be back there next week. 

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12 hours ago, packnrat said:

after the taxes. not much leftover for me.

 The door prize : taxes all go to good causes ... supposedly . ;) 

 

10 hours ago, Barbaraok said:

Yea, we're up the road in Mesa - sunny days, still a little cool at night.   

But for a bit of propane , I'm not complaining . Haven't had to run heat tape on any incoming water . :)

And , the sun rises and sets can be beautiful . 

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5 minutes ago, Barbaraok said:

Tricky going out for morning walk before sun is totally up.  Once sun is out, WARMS UP very quickly.😅

Here too . 

I am usually outside well before sun up . I'm not afraid to wear a coat then , but , yea when the sun breaks the mountains , a sweat shirt is plenty . :)

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2 hours ago, sandsys said:

Minnesota winter. Need I say anymore?

Linda

You're probably too cold to be able to say anymore . LOL

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Snow, sleet, and freezing rain here in Max Meadows, Virgina tonight and tomorrow. We're hunkered down until Monday though, when we'll head down Fancy Gap hill on I77 past Charlotte before stopping for the night in above freezing weather for a change.  

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1 hour ago, Pat & Pete said:

You're probably too cold to be able to say anymore . LOL

I just stay inside all winter. Dave however...

Linda

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