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Is this section of the USA becoming the new north pole?
originally posted by: Iamthatbish
I am more upset that my children haven't had school hardly at all and its way too cold to send them out to play!
Climatologists warned loudly about this trend many years ago. They told us that storms would become increasingly severe, precipitation would increase dramatically, and weather patterns would be disrupted.
originally posted by: Skada
Deep East Texas here... Currently it is 70°F, and tomorrow it states that it will be the same. However, on Sunday were are suppose to be in the 30°F's. The flip flopping of temps is not good for my plants, although, to be fair, some of the plants are thriving in these colder temps. It is my hope that they will harden and have no issues (*Crossing Fingers*).
I am ready for summer, I am ready for the pool, warmer temps (Texas Summers, you know, 100+°F afternoons, 60°F mornings), and bike rides. This cold can go, for all that I care.
originally posted by: chiefsmom
a reply to: SubTruth
Yep, MI. -13 this morning. Without wind chill.
So yeah, I am a bit grumpy.
But I'm also old enough to remember the 70's winters.