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    Hate to spoil the party!
    75F here today and past week.
    46F for a high tomorrow. Back to norm.
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    A winter favorite for us. Get some steamer's and lay them out on the BBQ grill. And some butter in a foil pond. The steamer's will cook in the salt water inside the shell and open when done. Each one is different and will open when ready. We use our fingers to remove them and dip in the butter. Best clams you will ever eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rv8bldr View Post
    Up to -18C this morning. Last week it was -34C.

    Near Ottawa, Ontario
    And here I was in despair and gloom over the 2C we have with snow in Istanbul There have been even some flights that are cancelled due to the weather, I wonder how you ever fly over in Ontario with such temperatures! Speaking of which, I saw two Canadians who posted on this thread, is it safe to say that there are others on this forum? I'm asking because last summer I bought a flat in Tenerife from here as summer house and we are talking with a German friend about renting a small plane or using his own by flying from Germany to Canary Islands first and then to fly over to Canada. We want to fly to remote destinations and discover the rich nature and wildlife, therefore it might be wonderful if we could find an experienced local pilot who wants to join in for fun and drinks
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    weve made it back to -25f again, just about March 1.but im sure the just around the corner the state flower will be blooming.

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    clear sky's, -13 here in willow, Alaska ,38'' on the level of powder,still a lot of open water west according to the neighbors !!!!

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    Thermostat said 74 at one point today- lots of solar heating. spring is here


    was 15 on the deck this morning, about 8 last night.
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    6 more weeks of ski flying here.Click image for larger version. 

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    65 degrees here today but gonn have a high of 35 this weekend. I thought the cold weather was done for the year.
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    Second coldest average daily temp for February here in Montana with 2 days to go that could challenge the record. You guys need to fly more and help me out with that global warming thing.

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    Bailed out of here to the Gold Coast for a few days:



    Came back and I see minus -20 coming up again this weekend.

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    3 ft of snow on the ground at Red Shirt Lake Alaska. Most I've ever seen out there in about 10 years.
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    71 in Sierra Vista AZ today fly into Hibbing MN Saturday night forecast says -18. This might be a slight miscalculation on my part.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    65 degrees here today but gonn have a high of 35 this weekend. I thought the cold weather was done for the year.
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    North Dakota so far has had the second coldest winter since they have been keeping track, 1936 was colder, -12f this morning. Hope the boys and gals keep the baby calves that are coming now in good shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 62E View Post
    71 in Sierra Vista AZ today fly into Hibbing MN Saturday night forecast says -18. This might be a slight miscalculation on my part.


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    My two dughters live in Sierra Vista. I usually go down over Christmas for a few weeks. I should have stayed longer this year!! Are you doing any flying down there?

    -22 at 7:30 am!! I have work to do outside but it is going to have to wait until the sun warms things up a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWhunter View Post
    My two dughters live in Sierra Vista. I usually go down over Christmas for a few weeks. I should have stayed longer this year!! Are you doing any flying down there?

    -22 at 7:30 am!! I have work to do outside but it is going to have to wait until the sun warms things up a bit.
    I went and checked out the airport last week. Thought about getting my BFR done but didn’t find anybody. We fly home today guess I’ll do it there. Sierra Vista is a nice area enjoyed my time here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tempdoug View Post
    Somewhere I have a picture of our school bus my senior year in HS, with drifts higher than the bus. Not ND, but close. That bus driver was amazing, punching through drifts, with twenty kids screaming “Go Monty!”

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    Sunny 70 here in North Florida.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by WWhunter View Post
    Sunny 70 here in North Florida.Click image for larger version. 

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    Huh, that's not what I thought you looked like

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    Quote Originally Posted by cubdriver2 View Post
    Huh, that's not what I thought you looked like

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    It's not what I look like! But it most definitely was what I was looking at!

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    2 weeks ago it was dumping snow and 8 F. Now it just hit 70 F. Pale girls in bikinis are hanging out by the river.

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    2-3 feet of the white stuff expected the next couple of days, temps in the 20s. lots and i mean lotsa crop out there statewide that will be out there in the spring. this global warming sucks. the last couple of years have been as cold as its ever been.

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    Yeah, happy to see this storm head your way.....six inches of nasty wet stuff overnight (second snow of the season) and 15 degrees now (8:00 AM). Forecast for tonight is 8 degrees F. Might be time to bring in the flower pots.....

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    My grapes finally took the hit last night. Low of 19 F and now a balmy 30 F in tropical southeastern Washington.

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    Just got our first frosty morning of the season here in NW Washington.
    29 or so at my house this morning at dawn.
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    Same here in ND,

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    Quote Originally Posted by brekkeaerial View Post
    Same here in ND,
    I hauled a load of diesel out of Dickinson yesterday and is rained and snowed on me all the way back to Nebraska

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    This what it looked like at work yesterday. Sunny today.Click image for larger version. 

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    A balmy 8 degrees Farenheit this morning outside of Marion, MT. I never saw the ice leave the mud puddles all day.
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    two days ago it was 90 degrees, yesterday a high of 60 and this morning we broke a record for the earliest first freeze. Mid 80 next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    two days ago it was 90 degrees, yesterday a high of 60 and this morning we broke a record for the earliest first freeze. Mid 80 next week.
    It only got down to 35 here. Weird that 450 miles further south it is colder.

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    It was 78 when I got to the hangar last night after dinner. It was 50 and blowing a light rain when I left this morning! Still in my shorts and t shirt, I was moving quick to get packed up and gone!

    The hangar isn’t insulated, but stepping out into that wind and water was significantly cooler.

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    wonderin how it is around the rest of the country, im showing -15f this morning?

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