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Yep, Spring is Here All Right...

Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by Wood Doctor, Mar 10, 2009.

  1. GrizzlyAdams86

    GrizzlyAdams86 Expert Greenhorn

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    :agree2: My hat's off to our neighbors to the north. I love spring around here. 40's-50's one day and the next day 10 F and snowing. Was in the teens during the day the past 2 days, supposed to be mid 30's maybe even 40 tomorrow and 40s for the weekend and 50's next week! Now if all that mud will go away so I can get back to cutting.
     
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  2. BeeVee

    BeeVee ArboristSite Member

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    I'll really enjoy the warm weather forecast for this weekend. Tomorrow (Friday) it is forecast for -4C(a balmy 27F...I hate this stupid Celsius crap) and yahoo! up to +4 C (38F) on Saturday and Sunday .....sheeeze...now I'll hafta start worrying about getting my ice shanty off of the ice if this balmy weather keeps up .
    We have about 3 feet of ice on the lake so should be OK for a couple weeks .
    Global Warming is the biggest scam in history .
     
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    We have -10F here right now. Supposed to be near 45 Saturday.:dizzy:
     
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    40-50 here, cant get anywhere because of the mud
     
  5. Wood Doctor

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    I just saw this in the newspaper. March 12, 1998, temperature in eastern Nebraska reached -15 F to establish the all-time record low in March. I now remember it well. Nearly a foot of snow had fallen earlier in the week to set up the arctic air mass that blew in.
     

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