46.6 celsius, 113 farenheit|
Reply #281. Jan 17 13, 11:37 PM
52 degrees Fahrenheit....handy cell phone converter tool says that's 11.1 in Celsius. It's been much colder for most of the week, so I'm glad we're warming up again. No more frost, please! This is the south!|
Reply #282. Jan 18 13, 10:57 AM
It's about 70 degrees here in South FL. They consider this to be a "cold"front there were lows of 50 last night but tomorrow it's back to 75-80. Darn, too bad wish it would stick around. :(|
Reply #283. Jan 18 13, 4:09 PM
It's been very nice here for several days, temps around and just above freezing. That's over though - they're forecasting minus 30 C by Sunday night. |
Reply #284. Jan 18 13, 5:43 PM
45 degrees with brilliant sunshine here in Charlotte, NC|
Reply #285. Jan 18 13, 5:58 PM
46 degrees F with a low of 25 d.F tonight. Am enjoying January thaw. Not looking forward to return of 5 d.F on monday. |
Reply #286. Jan 18 13, 11:28 PM
Quite mild today. -1C|
Reply #287. Jan 19 13, 5:02 AM
And here it is, bitter cold. Minus 32 C on my outside-the-kitchen-window thermometer. At least there is no wind. |
Reply #288. Jan 20 13, 9:31 AM
About average for this time of year here: 23 degrees right now (-5C). Has been a rather mild winter so far, and the best thing has been the relative lack of snow. I can handle cold, but I hate snow.|
Reply #289. Jan 20 13, 11:16 AM
Agony, that is cold enough to make your spit freeze mid-air. Blech.|
Reply #290. Jan 21 13, 1:34 PM
We're going through a cold snap now, today we have a high of -17C, with night time lows in the next 5 days of -21C to -30C.|
At least the Rideau Canal will be open for skating soon!
Reply #291. Jan 21 13, 2:12 PM
Pretty nice today upper 50's but a little breezy. Colder weather in the forecast.|
Reply #292. Jan 21 13, 4:10 PM
Channe: nice to see you survived Friday, went to 49.1C (120F) on our verandah......|
What a shocker!
Nice 25C (~75F) here this morning and the first fog of the year has just burned off for a gorgeous day.
Reply #293. Jan 21 13, 4:46 PM
MarchHare, hard to imagine we are both on the same earth. |
Reply #294. Jan 21 13, 6:06 PM
Big differences aren't there, Agony?
Either fried or freezing!
I hope it's not too bad a winter up there as the weather patterns are showing some Extreme Snow.
Reply #295. Jan 21 13, 6:31 PM
So far it's been pretty even though a little snowier than usual. Jan and Feb are the worst, so there's really only about six weeks more of the possibility of killer low temps. |
My furnace quit on Sunday - lucky the furnace guys check their emergency phoneline, as if the heat had been out all night the water pipes would have frozen and there'd have been a real expensive mess.
Reply #296. Jan 21 13, 7:23 PM
Good they were on the ball Agony.
Some places here can have frozen pipes over winter, especially if they are not insulated, but at present we're more to have all our water taps running hot water!
Extreme temperatures aside, this last week we have definitely been in autumn mode. The grass isn't growing, autumn crocus have been flowering for nearly two weeks and the deciduous trees are deciduating.
Time to start building up the wood pile.
Reply #297. Jan 21 13, 8:12 PM
It is 8 degrees right now...too cold.|
Reply #298. Jan 22 13, 9:08 AM
At least it's warming up here. Averaging 20-50 degrees F now. A little better.|
Agony, that could have been a real mess. I am so glad the furnace guys are aware of such dangers in that sort of cold. They cannot take a vacation during cold weather such as that. :P
Reply #299. Jan 22 13, 10:09 AM
17 and sunny|
Reply #300. Jan 22 13, 11:23 AM
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