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    Meanwhile, in the Great North(formerly)Wet, Summer has arrived two months early. It's gorgeous, and expected to stay that way for a week at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Meanwhile, in the Great North(formerly)Wet, Summer has arrived two months early. It's gorgeous, and expected to stay that way for a week at least.
    No kidding! Some areas around here are forecast to get into the 80's on Sunday. Can you believe that??? I can remember a few summers around here that NEVER got into the 80's...

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    80F according to the car at 4:30PM yesterday. It's August in May. Very strange. No rain predicted until next Monday, although it's supposed to cloud up and cool down into the 60's the next few days. That's fine with me -- I'd prefer the ambient never exceed about 20C/68F and the sun and I are not great friends due to my history of skin cancer.
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    101F is forecast with 6% humidity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck View Post
    101F is forecast with 6% humidity.
    And you're welcome to it! Not quite 10:00 AM here and it's up to 68F. If the AGW denialists can point to one snowstorm as disproof of warming, what does this mean?
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    To my friends who live east of me. That would be most of the United States.

    That wasn't fresh Spring breezes you smelled today.

    It was the Enviromental Protection Agency forcing me to do my laundry again. Fined me so much money I could have bought all new clothes three times over.

    Just so everybody knows.

    I bet it was either the soy sauce factory or the paper mill that complained.
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    JUst spent 4 of the last fives days in a jeep with a heater that can't be turned off deliverying phone books while the temperature outside the jeep was about 20 C. Glad that job is over.
    ...I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.

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    Not even two weeks ago we had a day or two that got into the 80's! This week so far: high 50's, rain, wind, showers, drizzle...Happy spring!

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    Happy NORMAL spring, you mean!
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    My lawn seems to really like the rain and cool temps...it's to the point where it needs mowing about every 4-5 days...

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    Quote Originally Posted by redshifter View Post
    My lawn seems to really like the rain and cool temps...it's to the point where it needs mowing about every 4-5 days...
    Another nice weekend coming up, though! I'll be mowing tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    Another nice weekend coming up, though! I'll be mowing tomorrow.
    I'll have to wait till Saturday, I'm still a workin' stiff...

    I wonder if there's anywhere else in the country where moss on your roof can be a problem? Treated mine a few days ago--you're supposed to put the anti-moss powder on the top part of the slope such that rains wash it down onto the areas of moss. Luckily my roof has a very small amount of moss, better to get rid of it now...

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    I got rid of the moss on my roof last year. Along with the roofing; got a whole new roof!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trebuchet View Post
    I got rid of the moss on my roof last year. Along with the roofing; got a whole new roof!
    Our insurance company bought us a new roof after a falling tree smashed our old roof during the 2006 storm.

    Weather today: a bit cool, but gorgeous! Continued gorgeous forecast for tomorrow...

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    Humid with a suggestion of occasional drizzle, and a light breeze; temp 75.
    Dan

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    Lovely today! Mowed the yard, mowed the orchard, trimmed. Started spraying dandelions but the sprayer broke. Guess I'll have to take the rest of the afternoon off. Too bad, huh?
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    Gorgeous day. Clear skies (for now) and very warm, later a chance of thunderstorms.
    Solfe

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    Beautiful warm day here. However, I was in the woods this morning, and the mosquitos are now out in full force. Yesterday there were just a few looking for a meal. Must remember to bring repellant...

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    Sunny; 100% clear skies. Very warm, 91 F. Calm. Humidity low, probably 10%.

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    Cooled down now, 70 F, humid, calm. Finaly got some golf in today

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    Nice late spring day - cloudy, maybe a little rain later, but no weather drama

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    Sunny, clear, calm, temp currently 84 F; high should be 92 F.

    Yesterday sky was hazy all morning (until around noon) from "nearby" forest fires (70+ miles). Could *smell* the scent of burning wood.

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    Overcast, 80 F,humid and calm. Too bad about the forest fires .

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    Quote Originally Posted by danscope View Post
    Too bad about the forest fires .
    They're mostly under control now (and as of early yesterday afternoon). But they were raging something fierce; to be able to smell burning wood from 70+ miles away...!

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    Yep. Sure wish we had more resources (and more water) to fight and win over these catastrophes.
    Best regards,
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    I spoke too soon, Dan. The thick cloud/haze is back. Forest fires blazing up again. The sun appeared blood-tinged orange. Covers nearly all of local sky, except for 20 miles (my rough estimate) to the west.

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    Cool astronomical event today? Check.
    Something that I won't be around for when it happens again? Check.

    Cloudy, rainy, cruddy weather? Double check

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    It's currently 88 F on the island, with an expected low of 78 F and clear, sunny skies.

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    We had June in May, now it's just re-runs of February

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