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    Here we are May 14. Dorset mountain, under 3000 feet.Name:  May1419.jpg
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    Re: Snow

    Nice isn't it.
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    An article about the snowstorm last week in Minnesnowta :
    https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/0...cord-in-duluth
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    Re: Snow

    Can't sugarcoat it, mid May, snow covered roads here. WTF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mechanic416 View Post
    Nice isn't it.
    Not that much!
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    Re: Snow

    Snow in Colorado too. News showed workers outside brushing snow from the folding chairs for graduation. Then the kids walking in snow for diploma.

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    I saw some snow in Utah in 1997. Neat stuff !

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    I live at 650 feet above sea level. Today I worked at 2000 feet. Eating my lunch, the thermometer was 40 degrees F. May 15 that is cold.
    An optimist is usually wrong, and when the unexpected happens is unprepared. A pessimist is usually right, when wrong, is delighted, and well prepared.

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    Re: Snow

    so much for global warming scam, thats why they changed the scam to climate change, this way no matter what happens they can blame something to raise taxes and fees...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willie B View Post
    I live at 650 feet above sea level. Today I worked at 2000 feet. Eating my lunch, the thermometer was 40 degrees F. May 15 that is cold.
    I live at 2400 above swamp level and it was steaming hot today ! Damn near 80 ! The lightening is about to knock me out of this chair and it's 68. Fat ol man B freezing ! I'll survive...somehow........
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    That really sucks bonzoo.... I feel sorry for ya', must be about unbearable with that kind of heat!!!

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    Re: Snow

    It has been 70s and even 80s here a couple of times this month, supposed to snow 3-6 inches Monday and Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronsii View Post
    That really sucks bonzoo.... I feel sorry for ya', must be about unbearable with that kind of heat!!!
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