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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by dbartucci, Jun 7, 2005.
14°C and very sunny. Being outside gave an early spring feeling.
With 3 more inches of rain yesterday, North Alabama has exceeded half of our average yearly rainfall and we're not out of March yet!!
Too much rain in our neck of da woods.
TN & MS rivers will be rollin for a while and we still gotta get thru May.
Yeah all of the smallish creeks and rivers down here are at flood stage or above.
Apparently I'm Alaskan now.
we're still getting cold temps in the wee morning, but hey theres 40+ coming soon
Brrr too cold for me anymore after growing up in Buffalo then discovering Florida.
Stay warm up there.
I moved to Florida last November after being in Virginia/Pennsylvania most of my life, and my brain has forgotten the concept of four seasons. Everything has blended in to one universal season of unending heat.
One morning it got down to like 45, and I found it amusing how enraged my coworkers were about "this freezing weather." Crazy to think most of them have never seen snow in real life.
That reminds me of something similar that happened to me. I'm from Indiana. My family and I took a trip down to Florida for Thanksgiving about 10 years ago. I don't recall exactly what the temperature went down to one day, I want to say somewhere in the 50's. But I remember the weather lady on TV going, "You better get your jackets out. It's going to get COLD out there!" We just laughed and enjoyed our time in short sleeves and shorts. 50's in late November? Count me in!
Last year on this weekend it was 75°F and sunny. This year it's 30°F and snowing
It's sleeting and very windy as well
A little precursor to Winter today.
15°C was way too optimistic. Seriously doubt that it reached double figures.
Just over three weeks later:
So far, it's nothing compared to the heat we got last year
UK has just ended it's driest May on record. Thankfully it's now started to rain a bit again.
There's an unusually high risk for tornadoes today north of here.
Oh it's a nice day, I'll take a drive up the mountain...snows.
It snowed, then hailed, then snowed with hail, the rained so hard I couldn't see anything. Then I drove through a cloud and it was a snowy, hailing, raining mix. Finally, once I got back down to 5,000 feet, it was just normal rain but that was a really interesting 17-mile drive. The road became so slick at one point you couldn't touch your brakes at all, it was like driving on icy marbles.
And to think, on Friday it was 105.
We're getting some thunder over by the mountains. Yesterday there was a nice rolling thunder, and just heard a rumbling just earlier.
The high for today is 84 in the ATL. 90 percent chance of rain in the afternoon. Im going to have a fun commute home.
hopefully the weekend will be nice
What's that in new money?
Just the slightest touch chilly but still nice degrees.
Thanks, I thought the numbers looked massive but then saw "Anchorage"... I only ever go there in Prepar3d but I know it's usually not that warm
Very nice sunny weather. Too bad I can't enjoy it.
Caught a neat picture of a strong storm north of here earlier today.