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    Kizmet is offline Moderator
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    the big news in my neighborhood

    we're on the edge of a big snowstorm. 2 feet in my area. everyone is out buying milk and bread and eggs and such. it makes me think that tomorrow morning there's going to be a huge french toast festival or something. as for me i'll just be eating my cheerios.

    all you northeast degreeinfo members stay buttoned up tight tonight and tomorrow. stay home and off the roads. stay safe. if you have to go out then bring your sled dog and your cell phone. better yet, just bag it and go out and make some awesome snow angels. i'll be on and off degreeinfo all day because I'M NOT GOING TO WORK!!!

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    It was around 50 and sunny here.

    Tomorrow is going to be about the same.

    It is supposed to be in the 60s by this weekend.

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    I'm going surfing tomorrow morning. I'm not sticking it to you or anything. Uh well, maybe I am. But on the other hand, I have to work tomorrow and you don't, hmmm.

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    I have 80 degrees during the day and I live facing the beach....

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    Quote Originally Posted by airtorn View Post
    It was around 50 and sunny here. Tomorrow is going to be about the same. It is supposed to be in the 60s by this weekend.
    Yeah, but aren't the summers there hot enough to melt lead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveFoerster View Post
    Yeah, but aren't the summers there hot enough to melt lead?

    -=Steve=-
    I'm about 90 miles above El Paso. It has been a long time since I was here for a summer but remember the answer being yes, very much so. Fortunately for me, I will be out of here long before it gets hot.

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    Already snowed/iced in here in Georgia. We got about 5 inches of snow Sunday and Monday, plus a bit of freezing rain and more flurries today.

    The college I work for has been closed the last two days; still closed tomorrow. And its the first full week of the quarter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfDoctor View Post
    I'm going surfing tomorrow morning. I'm not sticking it to you or anything. Uh well, maybe I am. But on the other hand, I have to work tomorrow and you don't, hmmm.
    No problem. I know it's different all over the country, that's why I started the thread. I'll sleep late on Wednesday and then I'll do one of my favorite things. I'll go out jogging in the middle of the storm. No cars on the road. Very quiet. Just a mile or two is enough. Just me and the snow plows. Then it's back home. Some laundry and some writing. Silly TV and maybe a payperview movie. I just hope that everyone in my part of the country is careful on the roads.

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    NYC, 1 am, Jan 12,
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    gotta go to work in 7 hours,
    should be asleep
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    My location: Currently clear and 30.8° F; low tonight 27° F.
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    No snow in my part of Texas......I was hoping we would get some and boys and me could stay at home and play!
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    At the moment there's 15" of snow in my driveway and it's still coming down. Sometime this afternoon I'll go out and clean off my Jeep, maybe take a little drive around town and check out the sights, see what's open. I went out to Blockbuster last night before the snow started and rented "The American" starring George Clooney so I'll be watching that today too. I generally like spy movies and so I'm hoping it's a good one.

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    Good movie...can be a little slow at times.
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    ..waiting for it to start here (Nova Scotia) - expecting quite a bit of snow (15-30cm) .... perhaps a snow day tomorrow for the kids AND the parents? :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tireman 44444 View Post
    Houston Intercontinental Airport
    Lat: 29.97 Lon: -95.35 Elev: 95
    Last Update on Jan 12, 9:53 am CST


    A Few Clouds

    36 °F
    (2 °C) Humidity: 44 %
    Wind Speed: N 12 MPH
    Barometer: 30.78" (1042.3 mb)
    Dewpoint: 16 °F (-9 °C)
    Wind Chill: 28 °F (-2 °C)
    Visibility: 10.00 mi.


    In balmy Houston!!!
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