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Fine here in Utah...in fact, in about an hour, I’ll be rippin through about 17” of fresh powder!!! :-)
It actually feels a little bit like winter now. This winter, at least out west, has been pretty lame.

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When I get done plowing, I’m going to do the same.

I’m going to light the triple for the first time this season.

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The ultimate clean enegery = frozen wind generators, at least they are not killing eagles and other birds of prey. Bad weather for brass monkies here in North LA
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Turns out it was cold enough to kill my new battery in my truck......


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Originally Posted by SKB
Turns out it was cold enough to kill my new battery in my truck......

You got ripped off on your battery then. That should not happen to a new one.


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I would agree with that....Walmart.


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John, I will be in the shop testing the performance of gun lubricants at extremely low temperatures.

Lake Charles, where they grow gasoline and natural gas, is having rolling blackouts and no water pressure. They are operating on the maxim; "If it's yellow, let it mellow, if it's brown, flush it down."

I forgot, the most sought after bureaucrat job in LA is snow plow inspector in Cameron parish. We don't have enough salt for the roads because it's all been used up for crawfish boil seasoning.

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24 below zero this morning in NC -NE Kansas. Fortunately, for a change, no wind.

Correction: a local US weather reporting station said -26, haha.

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It’s been -23 to -27 day in day out for the past 10 days. Today it’s breaking and up to 23. By weekend 36 - 40 and winter is over except for a few dumps of snow expected in March. The saving grace was the Covid lockdowns that kept us in house regardless


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Originally Posted by ClapperZapper
I just was curious how cold it is where you are?

It’s about 5°F where I live, scheduled to go below zero this evening.

I saw that it was 33 below zero in Valentine Nebraska where I was hunting two weeks ago. I don’t think they are really set up for that.

It’s a good day to bake.
Clapper Zapper, having lived near the Sandhills for twenty years, I know that the folks in the Sandhills are, unfortunately, used to this and extremes the other direction. The worst part is that right now is calving season, so the ranchers have no option but to be out in these horrid conditions. A few prayers their direction would be welcomed.

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