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As I watch the national weather reports it makes me wonder how it is where all of our friends and neighbors are present? This is the latest from the Tyler, TX area. 

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Edited by Kirk Wood

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I do know that hurricane Michael is moved up to a Cat. 5. Going to be some major destruction from this one. Looks like it will come as far North to mid Alabama before it turns Northeast, at least by one model..

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Well the weather WHERE we were ain’t so great today. We were on the Gulf Coast and packed up and went to Tunica MS. Cutting the last 8 days of 4 month trip short. 

Memphis today 81 afternoon showers, tomorrow high mid 60’s. It’s going to be great weather for walking around on Beal St. 

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Sunny 35° F  in SW New Mexico
FEELS LIKE 37°

Sure doesn't take long to go from the oven to the freezer . 

But , I'll take it over a cat5 hurricane . 

Good luck to everyone in Michael's path .

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Edited by Pat & Pete

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Been in Northern Eastern Wisc and UP area. Leaves had some brilliant colors but not at the peak yet. Lots of rain and more drizzle,  Traveled to Madison area yesterday, 80 degrees, to see the sun and hear storm warning. Not a good Fall Season to be a farmer.

Clay

 

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We're in West Central Arkansas but have a trip to North Central Arkansas for early next month.  We had some severe weather go through here last night but it left this morning and took the last vestiges of summer with it and we woke up this morning to great fall weather.  We have day trips for the next three weeks and the weather will be great for that (usually).  We do have family along the west coast of FLAUSA and are in constant contact with them and as of now, they are safe, dry and secure.  Now, we have to wait for them to be able to call us with any updates.  Our next concern is where HM goes after it leaves FL behind.  We have friends and family in the Carolinas and they aren't going to be able to handle much more rain.

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It is sunny, low 80s during the day, low 60s at night, in Mesa, AZ.  The remnants of Hurricane Rosa broke the heat wave and the weather is now GLORIOUS in Arizona - - which is why we are here.   

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Running about 10 degrees cooler here in Cottonwood Arizona than Mesa.  We will be in Mesa on Monday and are glad it cooled off.

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3 hours ago, Alie&Jim's Carrilite said:

32* Snow/rain middle North Dakota..... ohhhh, and its breezy.....

Bout the same round forks.  No rain, just all snow, wet snow and coming down hard now.  Winter's here.... darn it.

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In the Minneapolis area the forecast for today is a high of 48° with a low of 33°. It's raining now which may turn to snow tonight. The leaves are changing but we could use some sunshine to make them prettier. The leaves are on schedule but we rarely get snow this early. I hope that doesn't mean we are going to have a long winter this year.

Linda

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1 hour ago, Bill Joyce said:

Running about 10 degrees cooler here in Cottonwood Arizona than Mesa.  We will be in Mesa on Monday and are glad it cooled off.

Wine will be chilled when you get in. 😎

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Newport, OR.

Friday our first Pacific Northwest coastal wind and rain. Sustained into mid 30's, and gusts high 40's knots. 

Monday our Pacific Northwest fog/mist/cloud. Heard 'fog rain' dripping on our roof from the tress.

Today clear skies, with temperatures last night of 43 with a high today 68/69.

You all stay safe near the pan handle:)! 

Best to all,

Smitty

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Pretty much what Barbarok reported here in Yuma. The "big storm" Sunday a week ago started to cool things down. But along with it was the humidity like we never have experienced here. That Monday when I went out at 5 AM, I thought we were in Myrtle Beach, SC. Has now dried out, mid 80's during the day and 66-70 during the night. Breeze picked up today slightly, but of course don't need windshield wipers, don't need to plug in the diesel, what the heck is a snowblower?

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Up here in Oregon, it's virtually the same as in Texas, Kirk.  70's all week - little to no rain.

 

By this time next year, we hope to pointed toward AZ or FL.

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2 hours ago, Barbaraok said:

We are firm believers in solar powered snow removal. 😎

We get that spring and fall. Wish we got more of it during the winter. In the fall pavements are still solar heated so snow melts quickly. In the spring it's pure solar power.

Linda

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 Well I got up this am to frozen water pipes.

 

 Enough said,.   Vern

 

 heck I have to laugh also.

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17 minutes ago, Darryl&Rita said:

Surrounded by red squiggles on the DOT road report website. Jamestown, ND.

We spent most of the summer near Washburn. Glad we are back south now!

 

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I'm down in West Lake Louisiana. Been hot and humid. Cooler this week and was 60 degrees this morning. Nice change

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Western Washington, Gig Harbor:  65|45 and sunny now and predicted for the next 10 days.  
We used to sometimes see morning frost in October.  Not anymore.

 

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