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  posted on 1/21/2007 at 02:49 PM
The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.

 

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  posted on 1/22/2007 at 10:25 AM
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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL

 

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  posted on 1/22/2007 at 10:46 AM
We got about five inches of snow over the weekend.

Forecast calls for scattered flurries all week, with temps going DOWN.

 

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  posted on 1/22/2007 at 01:59 PM
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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.


because we're TOUGH, dammit.

gotta take the bad with the good.

 

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  posted on 1/22/2007 at 06:37 PM
Todat?

 

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  posted on 1/22/2007 at 08:34 PM
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Todat?


Yes, that is what I typed.


that's going in my repote.

 

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  posted on 1/23/2007 at 03:13 PM
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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL


All of the above, but add a case of Jim Beam for those life saving Manhatttan's, lots of good pasta and homemade bread, and good tunes! Oh, and a hot nymphomaniac always helps for those below zero nights (the hot tub is always a good recruitment tool in order to get one to stop by).

[Edited on 1/23/2007 by Chain]

 

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  posted on 1/23/2007 at 11:51 PM
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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL


Looks like the Tug Hill is gonna see lots of snow tonight.

Have fun, buddy.

 

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  posted on 1/24/2007 at 06:49 AM
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Looks like the Tug Hill is gonna see lots of snow tonight.

Have fun, buddy.
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Thanks Ron. It's snowing right now. Snow warnings today. up to 14 inches of snow, or so they say.

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All of the above, but add a case of Jim Beam for those life saving Manhatttan's, lots of good pasta and homemade bread, and good tunes! Oh, and a hot nymphomaniac always helps for those below zero nights (the hot tub is always a good recruitment tool in order to get one to stop by).
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I'm pretty sure I couldn't talk my wife into the hot nympomaniac. Lord knows I've tried.

 

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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL


All of the above, but add a case of Jim Beam for those life saving Manhatttan's, lots of good pasta and homemade bread, and good tunes! Oh, and a hot nymphomaniac always helps for those below zero nights (the hot tub is always a good recruitment tool in order to get one to stop by).

[Edited on 1/23/2007 by Chain]



If you had all of those things, you would not have the time nor the inclination to post here. But it's a nice fantasy.


Old-time,

Ive got all these things except the nympho....The hot tub, tunes, pellet stove, nice efficient furnace, Jim Beam, etc... Hard to find the nymphos here in upstate, NY.

 

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  posted on 1/24/2007 at 08:57 AM
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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL


Looks like the Tug Hill is gonna see lots of snow tonight.

Have fun, buddy.


24 inches of snow overnight on Tug Hill isnt even that big a deal...Seriously, weve received much larger amounts in 24 hours in years past. Like the rest of the country, weve had a very, very mild winter. As usual, the forecast was a bit of a let down. I only got 4 inches of snow last night. The Lake effect band moved south before it dropped any real significant snow. Too bad as our resorts, bars, restaurants really need the snow to satisfy the snowmobile and ski crowd....

 

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The sun came out today for the first time in over a week, the temp is out of the 30's! I don't know how you yankees do it.



A good wood stove, lots of dry wood, an efficient furnace, A spa, (mmm hot tub, oh yeah)
And it also helps to be comfortably numb. LOL


Looks like the Tug Hill is gonna see lots of snow tonight.

Have fun, buddy.


24 inches of snow overnight on Tug Hill isnt even that big a deal...Seriously, weve received much larger amounts in 24 hours in years past. Like the rest of the country, weve had a very, very mild winter. As usual, the forecast was a bit of a let down. I only got 4 inches of snow last night. The Lake effect band moved south before it dropped any real significant snow. Too bad as our resorts, bars, restaurants really need the snow to satisfy the snowmobile and ski crowd....


agreed.

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Old-time,

Ive got all these things except the nympho....The hot tub, tunes, pellet stove, nice efficient furnace, Jim Beam, etc... Hard to find the nymphos here in upstate, NY.
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( I have all the above also, except the nympho, and pellet stove, I have a wood stove, I don't drink, but I have the drinks for company.)

4" of snow is all I got overnight also. It stopped snowing. The sky's are blue. for the moment.

where are you? Are you close to Camden or Pulaski ?

 

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  posted on 1/26/2007 at 08:18 AM
SWEET!!

MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING WILL DROP INTO THE HIGH SINGLE DIGITS. THESE FRIGID TEMPERATURES WILL COMBINE WITH NORTHWEST WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH AND GUSTS UP TO 35 MPH TO PRODUCE WIND CHILLS OF 10 TO 15 BELOW ZERO EARLY THIS MORNING.

THE ARCTIC AIR WILL MAINTAIN ITS GRIP ON THE REGION TODAY. HIGHS WILL ONLY REACH THE UPPER TEENS TO NEAR 20. THE GUSTY NORTHWEST FLOW WILL KEEP WIND CHILL READINGS BELOW ZERO FOR MUCH OF THE MORNING...AND AROUND ZERO FOR MOST OF THE REST OF THE DAY. WINDS WILL DIMINISH LATE THIS AFTERNOON...AND AN APPROACHING WARM FRONT WILL RESULT IN MILDER TEMPERATURES TONIGHT.

EXPOSURE TO COLD CAN CAUSE LIFE THREATENING HEALTH CONDITIONS. AVOID SERIOUS CONDITIONS SUCH AS FROSTBITE AND HYPOTHERMIA BY KEEPING WARM. MAKE SURE TO WEAR A HAT...HOOD OR SCARF... AS MOST HEAT IS LOST THROUGH THE HEAD. ALSO...WEAR LAYERED CLOTHING...AS LAYERS PROVIDE BETTER INSULATION AND WARMTH. IF YOU OR A PERSON YOU SUSPECT IS SUFFERING FROM FROSTBITE OR HYPOTHERMIA...SEEK MEDICAL HELP IMMEDIATELY OR CALL 911.

STAY TUNED TO NOAA ALL HAZARDS RADIO FOR DETAILS OR UPDATES ON THIS SIGNIFICANT COLD SNAP.

 

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  posted on 1/26/2007 at 03:46 PM
Minus 5 this morning. Time to pay the piper.
 

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  posted on 1/26/2007 at 04:54 PM
Beautiful calm day, bright sunchine, low about 38, high about 65.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 08:20 PM
Two of the Biggest Changes in Climate News
By Bill Blakemore
ABC News

Wednesday 31 January 2007

The world awaits Friday's verdict in Paris.
Scientists gathered from around the world will deliver the verdict on Friday morning in Paris on what the damage is - how we've already permanently altered the planet.

The news will be heavy - hard to take.

The exact wording of the report won't be final until the 9:30 a.m. press conference, but the basic science is in.

The world's scientists have produced these consensus reports every five years since 1991, but the biggest change since the last report in 2001 is clearly not in the science.
It's in the audience. This time around, far more people are ready to listen.

This sea change comes after two years of TV and cinema documentaries and specials, unseasonable weird weather extremes, heat spikes and downpours, backyard bugs, birds and flowers out of synch, disappearing mountain glaciers and ski seasons, as well as a rapidly growing chorus of alarmed politicians.

Already, the planet's news organizations are swarming around the scientists and government representatives huddling in Paris over the final wording.

Goodbye 2,000 Gorgeous Islands, Very Soon

Daily, the World Wide Web brings in hard news.

The latest includes the estimate by Indonesian scientists that 2,000 of the 18,000 gorgeous islands that comprise their country will, by the year 2030, be lost beneath the waves forever (or at least for a thousand years) because of rising sea level caused by global warming.

That's only 23 years from now. 2000 islands just gone.

Global warming's refugees have already begun to move from some Pacific islands. Some scientists predict such refugees will number in the unthinkable hundreds of millions well before the end of the century. So, with reality setting in, many more eyes now turn with new appreciation to the hard-won consensus of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

It involves the work of more than 2,000 scientists from more than 100 countries and is necessarily conservative due to the slow, inclusive and painstaking nature of the approval process. "The IPCC is completely unprecedented in world history," preeminent climate scientist Richard Somerville told ABC News.

A Rock of Reality, Newly Admired, Newly Articulate

Somerville, now buried in the closed-door Paris meeting, is also currently moonlighting as historian to write a history of the IPCC. "There's probably never been anything remotely like it among scientists - for its global scale and long term assessment of a single problem," he says.

Somerville has worked for decades at California's Scripps Institution of Oceanography alongside other early harbingers of the global warming crisis, which virtually all scientists agree has been caused largely by emissions from the burning of fossil carbon in the form of coal, oil and gas.

The IPCC, whose gestation and founding in the 1980's Somerville witnessed from the inside, is now being recognized by more and more people around the world as the most authoritative single source of information about global warming.

With reality now setting in, more journalists are demanding explanations and predictions from scientists - especially this week in Paris - and a small but growing number of scientists are trying to become more articulate for them. Avoiding Too Much "Geek-Talk"

They are trying to avoid the "geek-talk," or scientific jargon, that makes most readers' eyes glaze over. It's been a bone of contention. Are the professional journalists to blame for confusion about the solidity of global warming science, or do scientists themselves share some of the blame? "Scientists can be really infuriating, sometimes," says Susan Joy Hassol, a premier science analyst sought by many leading climate scientists, including IPCC officials.

For more than 20 years she has been helping scientists write professional studies as well as reports aimed at a broader public. Hassol has lately been giving talks about the problem for scientists in a number of cities.

"It's a constant struggle to help scientists get beyond the jargon, but it's never been more important for scientists to be clear for the public," says Hassol. The Other Big Climate News: No Matter What We Do ... Just how important may become painfully clear as the public begins to absorb the news that will be released on Friday.

Whatever the exact final wording, some of the heaviest facts will be confirmations of news already featured in the IPCC's 2001 report. The intervening five years have brought great improvements in the amount and quality of data and in the power of computers to discern its implications.

So another big change in climate news will be that, this time around, many more people feel the reality of the findings that were also in IPCC '01 - such as this:
No matter what we do, global temperatures, even if we begin to get their rise to level off 50 years from now, won't begin to actually decline before at least two centuries from now.

That's even if we immediately start drastic cuts in carbon and other greenhouse emissions, and permanently replace them with new sources of clean energy.
Moreover, that no matter what we do, say the scientists, we are in for a rise of at least about two degrees Fahrenheit within the next 50 years - over and above the 1.5-degree increase the world has experienced in the past 150 years.


And no matter what we do, they say, the new heat will mean sea level keeps rising for at least 1000 years - though our actions should have an enormous influence on how much they rise."The IPCC already reported that in 2001, though the evidence is even more powerful now," Hassol points out. "This time," she says, "more people will probably be able to listen to it."

The challenge for the public, she and most climate scientists are saying, is to realize that the temperature rise won't even begin to level off in 50 years - after that two-degree rise - but accelerate, unless emissions are drastically cut now, well within the next 10 years.

The science delivered Friday morning in Paris is intended by the IPCC to be the bedrock for hopeful action.

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Comments: We all know that global warming is a fact, it will not go away unless there are major changes made in the toxic emissions used by people, industries; but now they tell us it's gone too far, these scientists say that within 50 years the temperature will rise 2 degrees. I have seen other estimates that the changes will occur within 30, possibly sooner. It will not happen all at once, it will happen slowly, flooding, coastal erosion etc.

What is means to you is that when all the changes have happenen the oceans will have risen 20-30 feet higher than they are now, meaning many coastlines will be uninhabitable, there will be land masses people are living on that will be buried under the water. Along with that you will see the massive severe storms predicted by other scientists. Where will all the people go? They will become refugees like the Katrina victims, the govt. will have FEMA cities for them. It will not be pleasant.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 09:04 PM
Sunchine - bright, beautiful day at an outside table at Rosarita's Taqueria here where west Texas begins.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 09:07 PM
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Sunchine - bright, beautiful day at an outside table at Rosarita's Taqueria here where west Texas begins.


dark, windly, cloudy, cold, eating a ham sandwich inside where no tree grows over ten feet ! brrrr.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 09:38 PM
22 here today.

Toasty.

We won't see 32 for at least another week, maybe more.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 09:43 PM
Snow Flurries here tommorow


When the heck is it gonna STORM????

 

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Cool.

 

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  posted on 1/31/2007 at 11:15 PM
We have had 50.1 inches of snow for the season.

We AVERAGE 120 inches per year.

 

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Snow Flurries here tommorow


When the heck is it gonna STORM????



Late March. End Time blizzard.


Thats ok.. I can walk to the Theatre and Yogi's

Well... STUMBLE back from Yogi's

 

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don't recall this...I'd say it was bullsh*t

only one word to say about the weather here...drought

 

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In Australia in 8 weeks they had 7 cyclones one lined up right after another.
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don't recall this...I'd say it was bullsh*t

only one word to say about the weather here...drought


From October thru December 2006.

http://www.australiasevereweather.com/cyclones/cyclonelinks.htm

 

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