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    Well, temperature is -1 degrees Fahrenheit in whiting ks. I guess summer must be about over (lol).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillip w View Post
    Well, temperature is -1 degrees Fahrenheit in whiting ks. I guess summer must be about over (lol).
    -5 here. Kind of nice as it keeps the skeeters down.

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    24C here today... the LIARS (Bureau of Meteorology)((also known as the Bureau of Many-Guesses)) are predicting 27C tomorrow.

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    -4F here now and each night it gets colder and colder...already looking forward to January thaw.

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    It's -21 F at the moment.

    Winter is finally coming.

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    we have had sub subzero degree weather for 2 weeks now reaching -12f. but thankfully not -21f yet... the coldest weeks are yet to come though

    why do we live in these places?
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    Minus 30*C/minus 22*F here. And got another foot of snow Christmas day. Glad I got it cleaned up before the temps dropped last night.
    I'm sick of winter already. LOL
    2013 Kubota B2620 with loader and 60"mm mower, 51" Kubota rear snowblower, Land Pride BB1260, Land Pride RB1660 with hydraulic angle, Wallenstein BXM32, Agri-Ease forks, Braber quick hitch.

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    OMG....that would cripple this area. We get a light dusting of snow and schools are closed (for days), everyone leaves work, roads are lined with cars running off into ditches, and for some reason everyone is compelled to rush the grocery stores and buy massive amounts of milk, bread, and bottled water. Being a transplanted Yankee I find it very odd

    Had a little snow week before last. I picked up my trailer during lunch. Went home later that day in 2wd towing a 16' trailer & my little tractor with no issues. Co-worker went exact same route, slid off the road into a street sign, and did about $3800 body damage to a Toyota Camry. Nobody can function in the cold down here

    Mid 30's to low 40's F are highs here next several days. Sounds like summer to some of you

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    Quote Originally Posted by CMV View Post
    OMG....that would cripple this area. We get a light dusting of snow and schools are closed (for days), everyone leaves work, roads are lined with cars running off into ditches, and for some reason everyone is compelled to rush the grocery stores and buy massive amounts of milk, bread, and bottled water. Being a transplanted Yankee I find it very odd

    Had a little snow week before last. I picked up my trailer during lunch. Went home later that day in 2wd towing a 16' trailer & my little tractor with no issues. Co-worker went exact same route, slid off the road into a street sign, and did about $3800 body damage to a Toyota Camry. Nobody can function in the cold down here

    Mid 30's to low 40's F are highs here next several days. Sounds like summer to some of you
    Wow... I've heard stories about people not being able to drive in light snow... We have never had a snow day where I live now

    Many of roads don't even get plowed around us. Here is a video of what we drive in almost all winter A winter ride through the mountains of Montana - YouTube ... you will notice people are NOT in ditches or off the road, but knowing where the road is sometimes is the bigger issue...
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    Hahahaha That video just about gave me a seizure. Wild ride, for sure.

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