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    It has "warmed up" to -8 with a windchill of -32.

    A coach who went to Boston for Nationals is bragging how nice and warm it is there at 45 degrees. Who would think of Boston as a winter destination to warm up at...

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    Is "TOO FRACKIN' COLD" descriptive enough? I'm in NE Indiana and there's a continued "weather emergency" through Tuesday afternoon. Windchill is something like -39F with "actual" temperature around -10F. Poor doggies are having their paws freeze before they can do their business. . . time to get out the old Polar Paws, although they're too big for our smaller doggies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skittl1321 View Post
    It has "warmed up" to -8 with a windchill of -32.

    A coach who went to Boston for Nationals is bragging how nice and warm it is there at 45 degrees. Who would think of Boston as a winter destination to warm up at...
    Boston was below 0 a few days ago. I think they got hit early, and it's passed now. But it's not all pleasant there, as it's raining, and at night the rain freezes, making the streets dangerous.

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    It is -12 but feels like -25, but tomorrow it will be -21 and feel like -35. Unfortunately I am a PSW in the community so I have no choice but to go to work and brave the temperature.

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    The low last night in my area which is in northwestern Louisiana was 17 F. Right now, it's 30 F with a low tonight of 18 F. I haven't seen it this cold in quite a few years. Once in the 80's, it got to sub zero, and it was in January. It's never been that cold again, but 17 F is still pretty cold to me because I'm not used to it. I really feel for all of you in the eastern and northern states that's having to deal with these minus degree temperatures!
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    I don't think we ever got above freezing today. I went to weather.com and they report 34 but I never saw anything above 32, if it did get higher than that then it wasn't for long. Tonight our low was forecast to be 18 but I think we won't go that low with the cloud cover. Maybe 23 or 22. Either way, that is very rare cold in southeast Louisiana. I have been going out and spraying water on a small tree in the front yard so it will have some ice on it. It is working very quickly but I am too cold to keep at it for long. I wish I had a sprinkler!
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    I am twenty minutes south of Faux London. Predictions overnight are -25, windchill -40. Brrrrrr......

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    It's 40°F (4°C) in Jacksonville right now, which is also tomorrow's projected high.

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    My icicle tree idea has been put on ice (hahaha, I am so good). The hose froze solid and now I can't get any running water through it. Oops!!
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    54F 6:35pm San Francisco Bay Area East Bay. I'm worried that we've had no rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigB08822 View Post
    My icicle tree idea has been put on ice (hahaha, I am so good). The hose froze solid and now I can't get any running water through it. Oops!!
    Sorry, but that cracked me up!

    Stay warm everyone!

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    It was a lovely 75 degrees in Los Angeles today #sorryboutit

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    At present the wind chill factor is between -35C to -40C and will stay that way until tomorrow morning.

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    It's so cold out, a visiting Al Gore gave a speech on global warming, and the entire audience started pelting him with snowballs!

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    18c in Melbourne today… which is cold for Summer, but have not complaining

    Stay warm everyone!

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    It's -7F (actual temperature) in Columbus area, Ohio.

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    3F this morning, but thankfully not windy like it was last night.

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    It is a nice, normal -5 with a windchill of -15.
    Glad the craziness is over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meredith View Post
    It's -7F (actual temperature) in Columbus area, Ohio.
    Here too - Dayton 9:17 a.m. I think it got to -12 last night. It's supposed to get up to a whopping 7 above later today, but wind chills still in the 10s/20s below. There has been frost on the inside of my storm door since yesterday because it does not fit properly.

    A high of 20* tomorrow and 40* forecasted for Friday. Sheesh.

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    hey, we might break 0F today (before factoring in the wind chill).
    I felt terrible for the dog when we went out this morning. He had been holding in his poop and REALLY needed to go. Shivered all over doing it.
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