Loving it here in IA. I took the day off yesterday to finish up some needed yard work. I remember in 2006 I moved into my house Dec 29th and it was in
the 50's then as well. Moved in sweat shirt and had no snow on the ground. The longer we go the faster winter goes
Northeast Oklahoma and was 75 yesterday and 70 today. My son was born November last year and it was in the 40's. I remember that distinctly, and this
is the hottest it's been around here this time of year. Weird indeed
This December weather doesn't bode well for Sumner 2013.
I keep thinking that, too. I lived through the infamous killer heatwave this past summer, with (luckily) my AC, and even still, it was brutal. The
drought burned up Monsantos corn though!
But I will wait and see (with AC at the ready!)
I'm a mile high in the Rockies. Ski season usually starts during the Thanksgiving holidays. This year no snow and mid 70s today. Weather patterns
have changed, the Gulf Stream and ocean currents are all out of whack and this will have global implications. Probably extended droughts, massive
crop failures, forest and grassland fires and famine.
Currently the sky is completely cloudy from all the chemtrails that I believe to be weather modification. It's not nice to **** with Mother
Time to party while we still can.
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In fact, there was a good 50cm of snow high up on the mountains back in late October/early November. The rest of the UK is either wet or
disappointingly warm - about 2 or 3 degrees C tomorrow. Though I am getting that from the Met Office, so I should probably expect something worse.
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