Hows weather at your place?

tonyturley

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Nov 24, 2014
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Scott Depot, WV, USA
Tony
Cold and sunny all week so far. Loving it. Supposed to get up in the 60s (F) today, but then heavy winds move in, and behind it more cold and rain. It was nice while it lasted.
 

grebeman

Old Codgers Group
Send some over here, Barrie :)
Sue, I wish I knew how. The ground here is saturated, and then some. Farmers have not been able to plant their winter cereals which will have a knock on effect next spring with higher grain prices, the soil has no cover crop on it and hence soil erosion is becoming a serious problem. Every time it rains soils runs off into water courses and onto the roads, here the lowest part of the village gets covered in mud, sometimes ankle deep, after any significant rainfall. The drains get blocked and then water builds up. I'm not sure if any properties have been flooded, gardens have and retaining walls demolished with the extra weight of saturated soil behind them. I recall last years Single in October when I only had to put up with one wet day during the month, this year it would have been close to one dry day and it really hasn't stopped since then!

Barrie
 

tonyturley

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Nov 24, 2014
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Scott Depot, WV, USA
Tony
Warm and very windy. We're the last house on a dead-end street, and the wind is perfectly aligned with our driveway. We're getting all of our neighbors' leaves, as we stood in the driveway and watched leaves rolling all the way down the street into our yard. Just have to shrug and laugh.

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rayvonn

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Jan 19, 2015
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Looks like summers in Sydney and the surrounds are going to be like this for the foreseeable future. Will shortly be escaping this weather for a month for a visit to London in a couple of weeks where it'll be cold and "jinglebellsy" in the run up to Christmas, sleeping under a duvet whilst it's cold outside, the direct opposite of this. Can't wait. The air quality in Sydney atm is akin to smoking 40 cigarettes a day, it's the first time I've seen white people wear those masks. I should too.

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Covey22

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Feb 3, 2012
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Just dug out of four inches of wet heavy stuff. Two days of back to back snow with freezing rain. And I was bouncing in between meetings and snowblowing. Too tired to even take a photo right now. Maybe if everyone stops pinging me at work I can step out for a sunset shot. LOL.
 
Jan 31, 2011
164
Newcastle, Australia
Sue
Looks like summers in Sydney and the surrounds are going to be like this for the foreseeable future. Will shortly be escaping this weather for a month for a visit to London in a couple of weeks where it'll be cold and "jinglebellsy" in the run up to Christmas, sleeping under a duvet whilst it's cold outside, the direct opposite of this. Can't wait. The air quality in Sydney atm is akin to smoking 40 cigarettes a day, it's the first time I've seen white people wear those masks. I should too.

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I broke out the mask yesterday, and from this morning’s smoky feel, will be wearing one again when I take Toby to the vet.
 

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