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Old Apr 1st, 2004, 03:23 PM   #971
 
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Been a tad chilly here of late - kind of a mild St. Albert. Earlier today the skies emitted a few flakes of (dare I say it?) - s**w. Not unusual.
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Old Apr 2nd, 2004, 07:28 AM   #972
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Clear and cool -6 going up to +9.
You can send the brass monkeys back, LGB
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a lovely clear and sunny morning at -3, but that will not last long.

The sun is powerful now and we usually reach our daytime high shortly after the noon hour. Today that is +13, +17 tomorrow and warmer on the weekend.

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They turned the heat off here again Temp is -5, but wind chills in the high -20s Brrrr
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Forecast for today is +14 and we have reached it by noon.

Somehow I think we will get a little higher than that.

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No less than 26C out here on my deck (in the SHADE no less!) under a brilliant cloudless sky! That's at noon. It should warm up a bit more by late afternoon.

This has been going on for several days now and the whole weekend is predicted to be very summery.

So I'm going for a blast in the convertible and then I'm heading down to take the winter wraps off the yacht. The season is upon us!

My condolences to the rest of you.
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Macnutt, thanks alot for that weather update! We have had rainy, dull weather since I returned from Salt Spring, could almost consider my daughter's suggestion that I move to the island.
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As I look out my office window this morning I see a flock of Cedar Waxwings resting in our backyard Mayday tree.

At +4 in the morning sun, we are bound for +13 today, so will get out and enjoy it.

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-14 with -29 windchill. 'nuff said
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Yikes, Bolor.

That is longjohn weather.

I'll send some warmth right away.

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