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OH NO SPRING IS HERE



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How's that different from your winters?


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87 in Phoenix. We'll probably have the evap on by tomorrow.
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Blah. Went from 60's entering the weekend to snow and 20's. Where is Global Warming when you need it?



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It was 17C (about 64F) here in Calgary all day. Not bad for early March.



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UPDATE: It was 83 outside on the way home (according to both my car's thermometer and the nearby bank thermometer)



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    UPDATE: It was 83 outside on the way home (according to both my car's thermometer and the nearby bank thermometer)


That's too bad. 26 degrees here. There is no sunbathing occuring.




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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.97
    Originally posted by Bullitt
    It was 17C (about 64F) here in Calgary all day. Not bad for early March.


Looks like it's gonna be another long, fun summer for everyone who's not a farmer.



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    Originally posted by Bullitt
    It was 17C (about 64F) here in Calgary all day. Not bad for early March.
Oh, yeah. I got snookered into one of those once. I was happily in Vancouver, early one March, with appropriate rain gear, when I got a call, "Can you pleeeeeease just 'drop by' Calgary to check on the site there??" Very long story made as short as possible, the site manager assured me that it was in the mid-60'sF, that all the snow was melted, & that the forecast was lovely. Being young & stupid I let myself get talked into going. As we landed in Calgary, I immediately noticed that there was some considerable amount of odd white stuff falling from the sky. I'm from Phoenix. I had never been in snow in my life. Hertz was very helpful in giving me a tank that was going to go exactly where I herded it. But that still wasn't much help with my open-toed shoes & raincoat. I really did look all around in the car for something to get the 5" accumulation of snow off the car windshield, before I went back inside & pathetically asked the site guys to assist the Arizona bimbette in distress. (Hertz did not manage to include the scraper thingie in the tank.) And I really had no clue about whether I was supposed to plug in my car in the hotel parking lot.

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    Originally posted by emma
    As we landed in Calgary, I immediately noticed that there was some considerable amount of odd white stuff falling from the sky. I'm from Phoenix. I had never been in snow in my life.


The same thing happened to me in Toronto. I'm waiting in the terminal at Pearson for my connecting flight and I see this white dust floating around outside and I'm trying to figure out, is this sawdust, is it coming from one of the planes, is this dirt? And then about 2 minutes later it hits me: this is that stuff called snow that everyone from up north talks about!! I grew up in Miami, so this was just as foreign a concept to me. And for some untold reason, I was wearing loafers with no traction on it. Fun.



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^^ Haha Exactly, I'm from Ontario and on Friday we got 17C (about 64F) weather and 24 hours later it was snowing... Mother Nature is such a tease



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    UPDATE: It was 83 outside on the way home (according to both my car's thermometer and the nearby bank thermometer)
I think I saw something on TV last night saying San Francisco hit 84 or so, breaking the old record set back in 1897 or something?

Meanwhile, it was an unacceptable 93 degrees here in L.A. yesterday.

UNACCEPTABLE.



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    Originally posted by emma
    Oh, yeah.


Oh, I'm not saying it's going to stay like this for very long! We get those fantastic chinook winds coming off the mountains to warm everything up and melt everything down. Patios open up, people wear shorts...and it's March.

We'll get a blizzard before this month is over, however. And in May. It always seems to snow in May.



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You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.

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Snowing and 35. I hate everyone that doesn't live here. Oh, and it was pushing 60 just a week ago, too. -_-



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My condolences to drjay. Meanwhile, check out what I stole from Yahoo!.com!:






My boss was contemplating this morning whether or not to have the office take a group-picture of ourselves standing outside wearing short-sleeved T-shirts, then mailing the photo to our poor brothers/sisters at the main office in NY.



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I would vote no on that.




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Where did you get that kick ass map?
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    Originally posted by Nag
    Where did you get that kick ass map?
The PIX page...they have smaller ones, too. Hey, look at Wednesday's!



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42 degrees and sunny today, with rain moving in.

How do I know? Well, duh...StormCenter 2! (WBAY-TV)

OK, so they're my employers. But hey...we got live Doppler radar on the Web! Click it...you know you want to...



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