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What is the weather like where YOU are?

I'm freezing my tushie off, its windchill here is 12.

The other day it was 60.

Winter has arrived in OHIO. *sigh*

Snow is falling.

-- sumer (shh@aol.com), November 15, 2000


'sumer, we HAVE a wind chill here.

And I can assure you, I am NOT happy about it one bit. Thought I left most of that nonsense behind in NYC (where, BTW, it is warmer than it is here).


-- Patricia (PatriciaS@lasvegas.com), November 15, 2000.

The windchill is currently 23 degrees in the beautiful Northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The woodstove has been getting steady use lately. Definitely experiencing two dog nights.

Bring on the snow!


-- Bingo1 (howe9@shentel.net), November 15, 2000.

Hang tight bingo buddy, its a COMIN!!!

-- (shh@aol.com), November 15, 2000.

What happened to global warming?

-- Lars (lars@indy.net), November 15, 2000.


According to the predominate theory, global warming will lead to colder winters in the temperate transition zone [that's where you are]. Therefore, as the climate warms, you will freeze. Go figure. Wind chill here this morning was 12. Snow is coming tonight.

Best wishes,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), November 15, 2000.

NE FL was 47 and sunny this morning.

Getting up to 70 and sunny this afternoon. 5-day forecast looks just like that........


-- Deano (deano@luvthebeach.com), November 15, 2000.

Sorry, sumer, it's a georgeous, sunny, calm, 56 degrees here in So. California. One of those good fall days where all four of LA's trees are showing some color. The air quality is good and Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Come on out and warm up.

-- Casey DeFranco (caseydefranco@mindspring.com), November 15, 2000.



High of 45,low of 30,gray,the green from the trees is nearly gone leaving the bare branches as silent witness to that beautiful season wich is now on hiatus.

Tis the season of my envy,the season that I covet my neighbors to the south for their warmth(Unk,Deano!),and it's not even full blown winter yet!

One of these days a migration is in order.

-- capnfun (capnfun1@excite.com), November 15, 2000.

capn, my friend, I'm wondering why you haven't migrated as of yet.

Come to think of it, I'm wondering why I haven't either.


-- Patricia (PatriciaS@lasvegas.com), November 15, 2000.

About 4 degrees here in NW Ireland but blowing a hooley (as they say) and lots of rain.Yesterday we had a whirlwind and lost two more slates off the roof.All the leaves have gone in the gales & storms.Parts of the South & Dublin Area (East)have been flooded just as in the UK.We squelch everywhere.

-- Chris (chris@griffenmill.com), November 15, 2000.

um, looks around, whats a 'hooley'?

Nice to know we gotz an Irish One aboard. :-0

-- (shh@aol.com), November 15, 2000.

Is hooley derivative of hooligan? And what, praytell, is ?


-- Bingo1 (howe9@shentel.net), November 15, 2000.


Still a little too chilly here for me at times. Unk, on the other hand, comes from the land of eternal summers.......

I yearn to move further south when I get big......


-- Deano (deano@luvthebeach.com), November 15, 2000.

I'm big and still yearning, *sigh*

-- eeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwww (shhhits@coldas.????), November 15, 2000.


A different view. Now, I'm not happy when the temperature gets above 45 F. Below 20 F I wear long sleeve shirts. Below 15 F, I wear a coat. [You do know that Chris was talking about degrees C; 4 would be a heat wave here].

I have been on a pair of ski's at minus 40F with a wind chill of minus 110F. Great!!! I have hiked at minus 55F. Feels good.

I just can't adapt to high temperatures. You can only take off so many clothes. :^)

Best wishes,,,,,


-- Z1X4Y7 (Z1X4Y7@aol.com), November 15, 2000.

Had I not come down with the flu, I wouldn't mind the weather being cold, windy, and rainy. However, everytime I go to [particularly] one of my night classes, I must walk across a bridge from my car to the campus, and no matter how warm I dress, I can't warm up afterwards and find the whole flu thing recycling. At this rate, I might be healthy again by spring.

-- Anita (Anita_S3@hotmail.com), November 15, 2000.

I'm with you capn-I much prefer summer!! The warmth of the sun on your skin, the long days of sunshine vibrating within your being and inherent greening of your surroundings put a warmth in one's heart that no other season matches, IMHO.

Today the high was a brrisk 58 degrees and it is expected to get to the high 20's in my area tonight!! Dang, gotta put away the shorts and get out the sweats!! On the bright side, the fireplace can warm yer bones while yer perusing the cruise lines sites/catalogues and wish for the warm waters of the Carribean...I will get back someday!!

And Z, you can only PUT ON so many clothes...this ole desert rat's blood is just toooo thin!!

-- Aunt Bee (Aunt__Bee@hotmail.com), November 15, 2000.

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