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    0 at my place but the wind chill is -22 with the 20+mph winds according to the windchill chart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempdoug View Post
    wonderin how it is around the rest of the country, im showing -15f this morning?
    That stuff it heading our way. We are supposed to hold steady right at 32f today, then start dropping. High of around 14f tomorrow, and just above zero on Wednesday. Fun fun fun!!
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    47* in Wasilla AK. It was winter a few days ago.
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    Going to -31C (-24F) tonight with wind chill of -45C (-49F). If it gets to be too much for us we'll send some south to y'all.
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    45f at my shop. Skating rink out there


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    -23c this morning, dropping to -35c with the wind chill tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by RVBottomly View Post
    My grapes finally took the hit last night. Low of 19 F and now a balmy 30 F in tropical southeastern Washington.
    Eatin' grapes or drinkin' grapes?
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    -2 F yesterday morning but 33 this morning and raining. I don’t care for this , rather have snow. We had 2’ standing and need some real good cold, the ground and lakes aren’t frozen up yet. The Ice Fishing bug has started already.Click image for larger version. 

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    The lack of ice thickness and overflow from snow weight are becoming a common event especially on our rivers (https://www.weather.gov/aprfc/IceThickness). Interior Alaska hasn't seen the normal 36-40" ice thickness in April for years.

    It's in the mid +20's in Fairbanks. We're liken' it. Santa may need Bushwheels this season.

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    Got all the way down to 30 here in the NW corner of MT today! It's been in the 40's.... not the usual winter! I'm gonna have to start feeding cows this week, but only because they're finally running out of grass. I just hope we don't pay for it next spring/summer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotrod180 View Post
    Eatin' grapes or drinkin' grapes?
    Both. We've got 80 pounds of table grapes frozen and canned. Plus about 10 gallons of pinot noir bubbling away.

    Just a little vineyard.

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    The wind blew again. The green grass has made a full yard reappearance for like the 3rd or 4th time here in eagle river (anchorage muni) Alaska almost 50F out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardtailjohn View Post
    Got all the way down to 30 here in the NW corner of MT today! It's been in the 40's.... not the usual winter! I'm gonna have to start feeding cows this week, but only because they're finally running out of grass. I just hope we don't pay for it next spring/summer!
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    Looks like tropical Montana is moving north!
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    I don't think it's climate change, just calendar change. September in December!

    Get off my lawn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tempdoug View Post
    -24f north dakota
    Precisely why I left, 42 years ago!!
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    About 10 degrees f this morning. Gonna be colder tomorrow.
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    -1 F this morning in Minneapolis


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    Quote Originally Posted by RVBottomly View Post
    Both. We've got 80 pounds of table grapes frozen and canned. Plus about 10 gallons of pinot noir bubbling away.

    Just a little vineyard.
    You work with any of the cold hardy varieties to make Ice wine with?

    Oh, and we had slowly built up a foot of snow on the ground but yesterday it warmed up and has been raining. Very little snow left and got into the mid 40s F in the hills here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieN View Post
    You work with any of the cold hardy varieties to make Ice wine with?
    I have to admit I needed to look that up. I think I'll try it with the ice berg bunches of Canadice I have.

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    I helped a guy here start his winery. We clearly have a short growing season in the hills and the relatively new cold hardy grapes offer a rather strong flavor, different really than ice wine since these are designed to grow well after the frost has come in.

    I had mentioned Ice wire previously which can be nice but is actually different than to cold hardy plants.
    https://www.mngrapes.org/page/varieties
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    well were hovering around a minus 15-20 below. crime has come to a screeching halt, criminals dont like cold hands, cops dont even get out of there vehicles to write speeding tickets. now if all the big cities in this country could have this for a month or two, mother nature would straighten a lot of things out. i think. and the best part of it all, theres only about 10 percent of the flies and misquitos still flying around outside. whats fun to see though is the bald eagles are coming through now cleaning up the goose and deer hunting casualties, there all over.
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    -25F this morning, brought the kids into town to school and it’s -9F in the city and -25F at my place 8 miles away.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by PA-22/20-160 View Post
    -25F this morning, brought the kids into town to school and it’s -9F in the city and -25F at my place 8 miles away.Click image for larger version. 

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    i see its moving to the southeast, sounds like it will hit miami in a few days?

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    Right at Zero F here in Oshkosh this morning. Brrrrrr....
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