Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Chilll-l-l-l-l-l-y!

Most of the snow has disappeared at our elevation but it's still icy, with piles of snow alongside roads and in parking lots, in Prescott . . . only a few miles away but a few hundred feet higher. But it is COLD! The overnight low forecast for tonight is 18 degrees. Of course, up in North Dakota, where I grew up, it's supposed to be 9 degrees BELOW zero tonight with wind chills at 30 below. Arizona is still better.

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  1. Gom & I were just watching the news with all the snowstorms accross the USA. So glad we dont have weather like that but on the other hand, I don't like stewing either. Now it is bushfire season, & there have been tragedies.
    Watching those storms in America make Global warming seem unreal.

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  2. Meggie, I so hope you don't have a bushfire like that terrible one last year. Unfortunately, whenever the weather turns cold, the doubters try to dispel the facts about global warming but I'm afraid it is very real.

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  3. Everywhere I go... snow.
    We are having ice pellets today.
    I think we're in for a hell of a winter!

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  4. Dawn - SWMBO thinks so, too, but I am relying on the Global Warmy to straighten things out!

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  5. It's nice to see what I'm not missing. Now that I've said it, it will probably snow here.

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  6. Well I am very impresses with your desert snow. All we get is rain rain every day!

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  7. Steve - Keep a fire in the fireplace!

    Lucy - I much prefer the rain. It's been cold enough here that the snow in the shady areas just doesn't melt.

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