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2 hours ago, 0111narwhalz said:

Is tennis typically played in sweaters?

No. T-shirts. Its 16 C, so it was actually quite okay once you got running.

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Was on a field trip with my son's class today a little south of Santa Fe, and got stuck in a thunderstorm with hail. Driving home it looked like a snow storm had just hit.

 

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This year's tropical cyclone seasons have been weird so far. First was the April oddity Arlene in the Atlantic, then super strong Cyclone Donna forming after the South Pacific season ends, and now Depression One-E becoming the earliest East Pacific cyclone on record. Hurricane Pali of last year doesn't exactly count. While forming in January, it was active in the CENTRAL Pacific Basin, not the East Pacific.

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There were apparently some tornadoes in my State today, and Taos got more snow, and a few places got large hail.

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I got frost

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Storm to the north... after 5 at some point.

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And a couple hours later to the SE:

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90 degrees Fahrenheit with high humidity and oh so many annoying winds. Makes it quite difficult to complete an analysis of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "March on Washington Speech."

Why Can't nature just cooperate for once?

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It's been rapidly switching between every combination of rain, shine, wind, and stillness since Monday.

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My county is currently under a tornado warning. I am in the basement right now.

If I die, I hereby declare that a poll shall be made to vote for who should take over my mission reports.

I mean, I shouldn't die, so...

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3 minutes ago, Ultimate Steve said:

My county is currently under a tornado warning. I am in the basement right now.

If I die, I hereby declare that a poll shall be made to vote for who should take over my mission reports.

I mean, I shouldn't die, so...

Stay safe!!!  

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26 minutes ago, Just Jim said:

Stay safe!!!  

Yay, I didn't die! :D

Tornado did touch down a few miles away, though.

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Much too hot and humid where I am (30 C or so apparently). Not a lot of wind either.

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Saturday: Rain

Sunday: Rain

Monday: Rain

Tuesday: Rain

Wednesday: Rain except for the brief window in which I played cricket despite the slippy ground

I feel like a Rain God. 

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It rained most of last week and on Monday and Tuesday. Now it's supposed to be 90F today, and it's already 71. I also forgot and wore jeans today...

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90℉ is jeans weather. 100℉ is shorts weather, but you risk sunburned calves. 110℉ is stay-inside-with-the-air-on weather.

Currently, we're at about 60℉, and it is cold. But it's sunny, so it'll probably get at least into the eighties.

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15 hours ago, Ultimate Steve said:

My county is currently under a tornado warning. I am in the basement right now.

If I die, I hereby declare that a poll shall be made to vote for who should take over my mission reports.

I mean, I shouldn't die, so...

I thought that said tomato warning. Lol 

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2 hours ago, 0111narwhalz said:

90℉ is jeans weather. 100℉ is shorts weather, but you risk sunburned calves. 110℉ is stay-inside-with-the-air-on weather.

Currently, we're at about 60℉, and it is cold. But it's sunny, so it'll probably get at least into the eighties.

I love CA... :( 

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A week or two ago it was 90 in town, low 80s at my house (1500' makes a difference)... today it's snowing.

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just had a huge front move through. Golf-ball sized hail, crazy winds. A bird whacked my window. There was a huge warning for flooding.. Thank goodness the front's moved through

 

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Forecast here is rain for the next 7 days... finally!  :)

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1 hour ago, Just Jim said:

Forecast here is rain for the next 7 days... finally!  :)

Wait, that actually happens? :confused:

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1 hour ago, Just Jim said:

Forecast here is rain for the next 7 days... finally!  :)

I'll get the canoe...

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Had some tornados Tuesday, another strong storm left me without power Thursday morning and knocked a tree down blocking one of my driveways, good thing I have two. Week started off hot, almost freezing this morning.

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95F 2pm this afternoon, 93F at this moment (5pm), starting to cool off. I fired up the central A/C yesterday and put all the ceiling fans on low (I have one in each room). I'd say summer is officially here.

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rain (england)

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