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October 8th, 2008, 02:28 PM
Love your avatar!:hat
Thanks, that was our pumpkin last year. :lol2 It was a hit. :heh
And to stay on topic, I am looking forward to some cooler weather.
October 8th, 2008, 04:07 PM
We have snow at our house as of yesterday, tho we do live on the mountainside (Alaska).
October 8th, 2008, 04:11 PM
It's that global warming it sneaks up on you like Al Gore on his electiric wireless internet motorcycle he invented. You Just think it is cold actually it is a furnace! Al Gore Said So!
October 8th, 2008, 04:58 PM
There were so many today in the skies over New York City, even the car service guy noticed it when I showed them to him and how the sky was being covered with this "cloud" cover..... :doh
October 8th, 2008, 10:44 PM
Normal temps and weather out here in Nevada. It's a comfy 72 outside right now. We usually see our first storm by the end of October. (Just in time to freeze out the Nevada Day parade. Might be a good thing this year with Harry Reid and every other politician trying to get our vote?:scratch)
A small storm is blowing in tomorrow, then gone again by Sunday. (Having a father/son campout for our AWANA boys on Friday night.:ohno)
We normally have more wind by now. It blows the leaves from my trees into the neighbor's yard. :aha Now I'm gonna have to rack them up this year.:doh
Yes! We do have a couple of trees out here.:hehee
October 8th, 2008, 11:36 PM
Just relocated to Western NC from SE Louisiana, so I'm Lovin' the cool weather in the mountains here. Highs today in low 50's; YES!!
Now so far as knowing how to drive in snow...:fearBest get busy learning how...:lol2
October 8th, 2008, 11:50 PM
Because of the hurricane they are expected a colder then normal winter in Houston. It happened that way after Carla and Allison and Jerry.
October 8th, 2008, 11:52 PM
It is not the snow that is so bad, it is the ice. We lived in Washington State for 4 years. Last year we had snow alot and we got to drive in it alot. Did okay on the snow, not so good on the ice. If you have a 4 wheel drive and all weather tires, you do not have to use snow chains, although in Washington they are required to be in your car. We drove many times through the passes without using our snow chains.
October 10th, 2008, 07:14 AM
We'll know we're in trouble when we see a herd of penguins waddling down the street.
Brazil Airlifts Hundreds of Penguins to Colder Waters
October 10th, 2008, 05:47 PM
It is 59 degrees here in FW Texas on oct 7th.
It seems like it is alot colder than it has been at this time of year in the past.
I wanted to post this to get some feedback because mabye i am wrong about this.
But i can't remember it being this cold at mid fall.
We live 26 miles East of Nacogdoches, and it was 40 a couple of nights ago:shocked, which is colder than it normally is this time of year. We only had the AC on for a few days about a week after Ike came through this area. I had to dig the hoodies and jackets out of storage because it was so cold the past few mornings when our grandchildren were going to school. You learn to dress in layers here:lol2 But, the weather has definitely been different this past year. Dec. 31st, 2000, it started snowing while we were at church for a watch-night service, and it was about 4" thick on top of our van, and so powdery that you couldn't even make a snowball. This has been the most snow we've gotten since we moved here in '92, but not unheard of. I've lived in Texas all my life, and the weather patterns have changed over the years, with some summers being extremely hot, and others not nearly as hot. Just a cyclical thing, IMHO. Just praising God we can leave the AC off:nod
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