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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby RanchRoper » Sun Jan 13, 2019 8:21 am

16F this morning. Still no snow but forecasted later this week. Chores then tea time.
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby BrokenolMarine » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:02 am

Well, Mother Nature decided to tease us a bit so far. Rather than the predicted 18", a light powder fell continuously last night all the way up to bedtime and was still falling when I went to bed at around 1am. I woke off and on during the night, and the light powder was still falling. Then, around 3am, the falling snow suddenly took on a sound as it began to hit the metal vents and gutters on the roof. "Uh, Oh," I thought. "Sleet" Well, nothing I could do about that, so I took "Option B" and rolled over and went back to sleep. Good plan.

I woke up this morning and we had a winter ground cover. About two inches of pristine snow... but, Mother had tricked us and overlaid the snow with that opaque ice formed by falling sleet. Everything was covered. I'll not be venturing out into it. The porches, deck, and the sidewalk around the shop are all dangerous, and the wheel chair ramp would be a wheelchair bobsled run. (Wait, That could be fun.)

Eh... Coffee is brewing and the stoneware soldiers are standing to on the counter ready to do their duty. This is a day to sit inside and enjoy a movie. How about: "Cool Running"
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby Vaquero » Sun Jan 13, 2019 9:34 am

Mornin, nothin much going on here, 46° and rainy.
Temps are to be dropping and some periods of rain.
Looks like most of my Sunday will be spent here in the house.

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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby markiver54 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 11:41 am

We got this over night. No power for 7 hours. 36 now though.

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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby Mistered » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:30 pm

24 & sunny this morning - might go take a ride today and kill a few pine cones while I am at it!
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby Mags » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:56 pm

30, frost on the creek bed, clear sky and sunny. Maybe 51 later.
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby Vaquero » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:13 am

Mornin, it's Moanday gotta get to work.
35° here, gonna be a muddy mess at work today.
Been rainy for the past few says.
Enjoy your day.

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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby PT7 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:40 am

Good Monday morning to Everyone!
Just finished my double mocha out of my Henry mug. Snow still clinging to everything outside. Predicted is a slight warming trend this week, so snow should slide off the trees and bushes. Interesting that for next weekend, a duplicate winter storm is already forecast. Glad it will hit again on Saturday. There are less folk going to work, and it gives the street maintenance crews better access to clearing the roads.

Stay safe in your winter wonderland!
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby BrokenolMarine » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:51 am

Coffee is on and Miss T is out doing her morning critter duties. It's twenty seven degrees. MaNature decided to be kind and all we got out of that long snowfall was a short couple inches covered in sleet. WE never lost power although there were plenty in the county that did. I understand another storm is headed this way. Hope "ma" wasn't warming up for a big show.
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Re: Our mornin Coffee and Weather

Postby Mags » Mon Jan 14, 2019 12:42 pm

27. Clear, sunny and breezy. Maybe 49 later. Storm #3 broke up over the Pacific and Storm #4 looks like it's shifting North into Alaska. Next weather pattern in the Pacific is further south and headed into California. Current air pattern suggests it'll move across Nevada, Utah, SW Wyoming, Colorado and spread out going east from there.
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