Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by I am Carbon, Jul 9, 2012.
Longing for the snow to return are you?
Go fill your car tomorrow. Refineries are in the path of a Cat 3.
We got your simmering summer here. Busted a record today with a 107*F. We wish it would rain! It's another NONsoon season like last year. 3 more weeks for the season. (Sigh)
Don't know about global warming but the flies are getting big this year.
Was looking at a Scottsdale (Phoenix) car ad.
It's only going into the mid 80's here in MN
Ran my first batch of tomatoes through the grinder thing I got, it's nice enough in the shade
Skeeters like it there too
79° and a beautiful sunset....
You Talkin' 'Bout Tomato Sauce?
Acres and acres (hectares, actually) up the road are being harvested and trucked to the processing plant in Kingsville.
Clear sky's and lower temps. It's not hitting 110*F anymore. We are going to have a hot Weather warning this weekend.. 107-105 until Monday.
61 and winds gusting to 45mph
Picked a bad day to comb my hair
Snow in Denver? In early September?
Seriously confused here.
Trying to plan for this Thursday's group ride.
One forecast shows morning temp of 48°F, another is 68°F.
Rainy, or maybe not.
Is there a "weather dartboard" somewhere...?
California wildfires have turned the skies over Arizona orange, this photo doesn’t really do it justice. Everything outside has a weird orange glow to it. It looks overcast, but that’s smoke.....from a long ways away.
Still pretty hot.
Yup, 93 on Monday, 35 today. Looking for a low of 28 tonight. Snowing in Longmont (35 miles NW of Denver) now. Had to put on Levi's...1st time since May.
Ooooh, we don't need any of that down here...
Sunny again today. An opportunity that won't be missed, even though it has turned cooler. Today's high forecast at 14°C, which Google tells me is 57°F.
Night-time temps are much lower. Which is a worry, because if there is even a remote chance that in sheltered spots there could be a touch of frost then all those cooncil trucks will be out spreading salt . . .
In bloody September, ferchrissakes!
Calm down, it hasn't happened yet.
Wisconsin temps went from 80 to 55 like it saw a state trooper on the overpass.
It is damp and cool right now here in the Windsor/Detroit region - after a tremendously hot summer.
In the last few weeks we have had a great deal of rain which has caused extensive flooding in the city - most unfortunate for many folks.
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