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  • FyredUp
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    And snow and cold weather are just normal facts of life here.

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  • scfire86
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    Originally posted by FyredUp View Post
    But you can't deny that parts of California have been decimated by earth quakes and wildfires.
    It's a big state. The areas are relatively small when compared to the entire land mass.

    Parts of every state have been affected by some type of natural disaster at one point in time or another.

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  • FyredUp
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    Originally posted by scfire86 View Post
    In over six decades living in this state. I've never been affected by any of those.
    But you can't deny that parts of California have been decimated by earth quakes and wildfires.

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  • scfire86
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    Originally posted by FyredUp View Post
    Maybe true scfire, but then again we don't have the threat of hurricanes or psunami, Earth quakes, or the burn down a good chunk of our state wild fires every year. I'll take what we have over those thank you very much!!
    In over six decades living in this state. I've never been affected by any of those.

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  • FyredUp
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    It even stayed warm enough to wash my car too today!

    Small victories!!

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  • FyredUp
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    Maybe true scfire, but then again we don't have the threat of hurricanes or psunami, Earth quakes, or the burn down a good chunk of our state wild fires every year. I'll take what we have over those thank you very much!!

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  • scfire86
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    Pretty much sums it up.

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  • FyredUp
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    Almost 30 today. I washed my wife's car for the first time in months.

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  • scfire86
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    It rained here yesterday. You can't believe what it does to traffic.

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  • tree68
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    Looks like March is going to come into NY state like a snow leopard...

    Our lows have been consistently below zero, and the highs only toy with +25F.

    But, since Lake Ontario is over 85% frozen over (a record, or close to it), lake effect snows have been pretty much non-existent for the past month or so.

    Made a trip through Lewis County the other day - six foot snowbanks alongside the roads are not uncommon. Heck, I've got two feet of snow standing in my back yard.

    No problem. In a few weeks we'll be done pumping basements (a regular feature of spring thaws around here) and spring will actually be here...

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  • cozmosis
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    We've seen everything from 10° to 75° in central Arkansas so far this year. I think it was those few warm days that have made the last few cold ones so miserable. We've had several snow/ice events and those pretty much suck, but you've just gotta take them in stride.

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  • scfire86
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    We got down to the low 50's. I had to put on a long sleeve t-shirt.

    Brrr....

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  • conrad427
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    Yep, its fifty with a west wind blowing. Grass is dry, standing, heavy fuels are dry too.

    Thats fine, I start calving today. I hate winter.

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  • tbzep
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    Originally posted by WVFD705 View Post
    The weather service said we had "thunder sleet" and "thunder snow".
    Hmmm.... good name for a band.

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  • LaFireEducator
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    Some of the ice from yesterday is melting today and the world is slowly returning to normal.

    Looks like we're going to get 3"-5" of snow tonight and tomorrow which will once again throw the world into an uncontrolled spin.

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