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Old 04-10-2012, 04:36 AM
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Now that Spring is finally official, & after 80's in March, we're back to late winter temps. Heavy freeze
due for tonight - April 10th, just when my A/C maintenance man comes for my check-up.
Crazy Kentucky weather!!
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Old 04-10-2012, 09:32 AM
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Similar weather here recently. Had warm sunny temps around 70, then overnight there was a drop around 40 degrees with snow. Lots of buds and blossoms on the ground.

Now it's back to spring like weather again. They predict rain in a couple of days which is always welcome. Cleans the air, waters the trees and grasses, and helps with high fire conditions from a dry season.
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Old 04-10-2012, 01:20 PM
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Mother Nature has Alzheimer's. She has once again this year failed to remember that there is such a thing as Spring. Last year, we were presented with 90 days (3 months) of 100 degree days. Many were over 105. Record breaking. Better get my air conditioner checked. I don't see how anyone survives without one. Yet they do. There are always calls for people to volunteer fans. History says that cowboys survived such temps even while working outside. They were real men. I would not want to try it. Though, I do remember growing up in SC and HI without air conditioning. It did not seem to bother me then.
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ugh.. 87* here today.
I'm putting on the AC in my bedroom tonight or I'll never get to sleep.

On the up side, all the spring ornimental trees are blooming! Of course this has been going on for a few days, but this morning on my way to work I was REALLY struck by how beautiful they are
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Rainy, rainy day *sigh*
Kept sayin' how much we really need the rain as brush fires engulfing the Turnpike started already..
And i didn't want to run around with the watering can outside lol
Rain rain rain blah.. luckily i spent most of the day outside yesterday

From what I hear, we have a Nor'easter on the way. Luckily we'll only get tons of rain, but our neighbors in western PA and NY will be revvvvin' up their snowblowers.
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Rainy, rainy day *sigh*
Kept sayin' how much we really need the rain as brush fires engulfing the Turnpike started already..
And i didn't want to run around with the watering can outside lol
Rain rain rain blah.. luckily i spent most of the day outside yesterday

From what I hear, we have a Nor'easter on the way. Luckily we'll only get tons of rain, but our neighbors in western PA and NY will be revvvvin' up their snowblowers.
I love rainy days, as long as it's not everyday of the month. We've had promise of rain here, but unfortunately mostly got high winds. Rainy day, please pass it my way.
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Its called global warming.

Not only will every summer be hoter than the year before, but the weather will be more violent than ever before. More storms, more death and destruction, and much higher financial cost.

Just look at the tornadoes.... over 100 in one day!
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A week of off & on rain here this week - N. Ky & Ohio. Plus temps in the 80's all week too. Only May ist!
88* due both Wed & Thurs. Way too soon for these temps!
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Way too soon for these temps!
I know the feeling. We're in the 90s in central TX. Plus high humidity. Not a good sign of things to come. Darn these clouds. The least they could do is drop some rain. Way too early. Signs of things to come.
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We should still be in the middle of winter in Idaho, seriously. 80 degrees this week but then cooling and more snow

to plant or not to plant, that is the question
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Just a hair over 70* here.. can we say ahhhh
Love this weather!
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Today, May 8th, it's due to be in low 70's, then a return to more normal mid 60's. 10 degrees cooler than yesterday.
I'll be able to open windows again.
i don't like those 80's.
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global warming or global cooling?... down in Arizona everyone was exclaiming about how unseasonably cool the winter was this year... and last year there was no warmth in central Mexico until April which is highly unusual.
the only thing that is absolutley clear to me is that everything is messed up.
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The climate is consistent with the demise of La Nina. April was the transition month. Above normal temps in TX.

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/product.../ensodisc.html
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Memorial Day Weekend - all days in 90's..
I'd love to get out to get some natural Vit D but it won't be this weekend for sure. I'm even passing up
our Condo pool opening & cookout tomorrow-Sunday.Thank God for ceiling fans & A/C
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