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    We made it through, nothing but decent rain.

    Sunny, no wind, high of 73 today.
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    Dreary. Typical Seattle gray.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullzag23 View Post
    Dreary. Typical Seattle gray.
    Same
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    10/24/2019 - Orange County, CA (Lake Forest/Irvine): Little too hot for my liking with sunny skies and a high of 93(!). Should drop to mid 70s and 80s this weekend.

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    It is cold this morning with clear skis. I took my daughter camping at Lake Wenatchee this weekend. It got really cold at night. When I woke up on Sunday morning it was 24 degrees outside. It "warmed up" to the high 40's during the day which was nice so I could take off my long johns for a while.
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    pretty nippy and cold and brisk.
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    Sunny, mid 70s

    Dog has killed a racoon the last 3 nights in a row.

    Different racoon each night, btw.

    Not sure what they're doing now that they haven't been doing before.

    I might have to pen him up at night. I can't fight his instincts, but don't want him killing everything, though they are vermin that carry disease and are dirty, dunno.
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    We woke up to a dusting of snow and some snow showers throughout the day. My middle son was so excited to get snow for his birthday. It's very similar to the weather 6 years ago.

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    In Venice, Italy celebrating my 20 year wedding anniversary. Also get to be apart of ‘Acqua Alta’ on a historic level. As of 50 minutes ago, the tide marker hit 190 cm which I hear is the 2nd highest recorded. As it stands now, our hotel lobby is flooded with 3 feet of water and has no power. Exciting times.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DixieZag View Post
    Sunny, mid 70s

    Dog has killed a racoon the last 3 nights in a row.

    Different racoon each night, btw.

    Not sure what they're doing now that they haven't been doing before.

    I might have to pen him up at night. I can't fight his instincts, but don't want him killing everything, though they are vermin that carry disease and are dirty, dunno.
    If it wasn't a different 'coon each night, you would have a Stephen King plot line developing

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    If it wasn't a different 'coon each night, you would have a Stephen King plot line developing
    Haha. I don't know if I ever told this raccoon story before or not. A few years ago during the summer I found a bunch of Halloween candy that never got eaten (just lollipops and all the none chocolate pure sugar things) and decided to throw it out. The next day I took something to the trash and there were dozens of dum dum wrappers and lollipop sticks littering out back steps. Apparently a raccoon(s) got into the trash and ate the candy. The image of them holding a lollipop with their little claws makes me laugh everytime I think about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzgirl_127 View Post
    Haha. I don't know if I ever told this raccoon story before or not. A few years ago during the summer I found a bunch of Halloween candy that never got eaten (just lollipops and all the none chocolate pure sugar things) and decided to throw it out. The next day I took something to the trash and there were dozens of dum dum wrappers and lollipop sticks littering out back steps. Apparently a raccoon(s) got into the trash and ate the candy. The image of them holding a lollipop with their little claws makes me laugh everytime I think about it.
    That's funny.

    They can be nasty and fight, but my dog is over 100 lbs and it isn't a fair fight, though he did get a scratch on his nose. Haven't had one in a while.

    On Monday, I mowed the lawn in shorts, flip-flops, raked up the garden, it was 76 degrees. Yesterday the high was 41. Overnight we went down to 21 (dog in garage with heater).

    Today we go to 51 and tomorrow 60, 66 ...
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    What's that Foreigner tune??? Cold as ice.
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    Very wet
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    I hope I don't find out... planning to sit on my a55 all day in my man cave lol

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    Got our first snow on Saturday ... six inches ... expecting rain over the next few days. Messy messy .
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    All the leaves are brown but the sky's not gray

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    To go along with the lyrics theme...

    "It's cloudy out in Pittsburgh"

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    cold and gloomy with no end in sight
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    Beautifully sunny but cold...above the rain clouds that have us trapped!
    Hoping you have a sense of humor too!

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    Cold and sunny
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    73 and partly cloudy. Mowed the lawn, mostly to get leaves up and mulched.
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    38 degrees, winds 17mph, Sunny. Nice day to watch the leaves blow by. . .Going to be a chilly week and travel over I-80 on Weds / Thursday will be dicey. May have to cancel plans to visit relatives for Turkey Day. . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoZag View Post
    38 degrees, winds 17mph, Sunny. Nice day to watch the leaves blow by. . .Going to be a chilly week and travel over I80 on Weds / Thursday will be dicey. May have to cancel plans to visit relatives for Turkey Day. . .
    I'm kind of in the same boat heading the opposite direction. I was planning on leaving Tuesday after work, staying in Medford for the night and then heading to Reno on Wednesday. Looks like it will be a hell of a storm too.

    Pair of powerhouse storms to disrupt Thanksgiving travel in western and central U.S.

    the National Weather Service is predicting will be “historic” and “unprecedented” for southwest Oregon and northwest California, will pound the West Coast on Tuesday through Thanksgiving with areas of damaging winds, heavy mountain snow and heavy rain at the coast.
    An unseasonably cold and potent storm system will undergo “explosive cyclogenesis” off the coast of the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday. This means the storm will be intensifying at a fast clip, its air pressure dropping quickly enough to qualify it as a “meteorological bomb.”
    The storm will pack ferocious winds as it arrives in Northern California and southern Oregon late Tuesday night, meandering inland and weakening Wednesday evening. It will also bring large waves, heavy rain at the coast and substantial mountain snow.
    explosive cyclogenesis sounds like the morning after heavy drinking and bratwurst

    The National Weather Service in Medford, Ore., is calling this a “historically strong low pressure system.”

    “We have seen 100 mph gusts at Cape Blanco with [similar conditions] in the past,” it wrote.

    The Weather Prediction Center, meanwhile, is referring to it as “unprecedented” for the region it will impact with the worst conditions expected Tuesday and Tuesday night.
    As the system progresses east toward the Sierra Nevada, strong winds, cool temperatures and mountain snow are possible off and on late Tuesday and continuing through Thanksgiving. Up to three feet of snow is expected, with snow levels in spots dropping to 2,000 feet. Forty-to-60-mph winds are possible in the higher elevations, while wind advisories are also in effect for many of the valleys.
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    I need to get a position writing for the NWS.

    "An atmospheric gamma burst will increase with logarithmic intensity off the coast late Tuesday evening, coastal towns can expect Neptunian windspeeds at mach .07, approaching mach .08 by midnight, the atmosphere will phase shift and fractionally liquify except in areas with insufficient atmospheric energy, those tragic locations at upper elevation will see fractional solidification of the atmosphere. Solidified water is expected to bury the ground to a depth of two to three heads ..."

    On a serious note, do be careful, you guys, if you're traveling.
    Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect.
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