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post #523 of 1078

It was 1° when I dropped my kiddo off at school today at almost 9am.

 

In previous months they'd have a two-hour delay on such a day (kids waiting for the bus could get frostbite or whatever), but my wife thinks they're almost desensitized to it now. :P

post #524 of 1078
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

It was 1° when I dropped my kiddo off at school today at almost 9am.

 

In previous months they'd have a two-hour delay on such a day (kids waiting for the bus could get frostbite or whatever), but my wife thinks they're almost desensitized to it now. :P


I'll take that 1° ( -17° C )

 

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The above image was predictions from Thursday. It actually got to minus 44 on Saturday. Awful......

post #525 of 1078
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I'll take that 1° ( -17° C )

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The above image was predictions from Thursday. It actually got to minus 44 on Saturday. Awful......

This is what I meant a few pages back when I said we here in Massachusetts don't get the extreme cold. I can count on one hand the amount of times we've had a high of less than 0˚F this year, and it's been a pretty darn cold season.
post #526 of 1078
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I'll take that 1° ( -17° C )

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The above image was predictions from Thursday. It actually got to minus 44 on Saturday. Awful......

Yikes!!! I hope it warms up quick as I have a business trip to Calgary in two weeks!
post #527 of 1078
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Yikes!!! I hope it warms up quick as I have a business trip to Calgary in two weeks!

You should be good. Supposed to warm up into the positives in a few weeks.

post #528 of 1078

The vacant field across the street from the building I work in is still covered in ice and snow, but more weeds and long dead grass are starting to show up sticking up out of the remaining snow pack.  When I can walk across the field and onto the adjacent golf course and find a few lost balls, then I will know that Spring has arrived and that the courses should slowly begin to open for play again.

post #529 of 1078

Supposed to be mid-high 60's here Thu. Getting better each week. My guess by mid month bad days with be infrequent.

post #530 of 1078

Those are nasty temperatures in Calgary. Looks like warmer weather coming next week though.

post #531 of 1078

Very glad there was no measurable snow in Philly this morning. My elbow is just coming around and I didn't want another round of shoveling.

post #532 of 1078


This so never gets old...
post #533 of 1078

Ouch! That might even be too cold to ski.

post #534 of 1078
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Ouch! That might even be too cold to ski.

Hmmmm???  Might?  I say it IS too cold to ski.

 

Call me a wimp, but I don't like to ski below 20 *F.  Even then it has to be calm and no wind whatsoever.  And preferably sunny!

post #535 of 1078

Guys working outdoors here are taking a beating...

post #536 of 1078

Spring cannot come to NY soon enough.

 

post #537 of 1078
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Spring cannot come to NY soon enough.

 

Now you're just bragging... 51 is excellent! 

http://www.weather.com/weather/5-day/Cleveland+OH+USOH0195:1:US

post #538 of 1078

Weird spring like snow here last night. Very wet big flakes that froze into a crust when temps dropped. Had to scrape my windows with a metal blade I used to remove old glued down carpet with this morning. Will be gone by days end with the high in the mid 50's later. May sneak into low 70's tomorrow, though the forecast seems to change every minute depending on who is reporting it.

post #539 of 1078

I dislike you Dave.  We are commiserating. You are bragging.

post #540 of 1078
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I dislike you Dave.  We are commiserating. You are bragging.


Lol sorry. No matter how nice it gets here the courses are in poor shape until late April maybe even mid May. Tempting as it will be tomorrow I won't be out there. Maybe Sun but doubtful. The busiest and slowest I've ever seen courses is during the late winter, early spring. It's the rush that brings out everyone and their dog. I've been out enough that I've already tired of 3 putting holes I play well do to shaggy greens. I've got a lesson this Sat, that's enough for me. The happiest creatures here will be my dogs, I can finally pick up the you know what.

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