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Monday, March 3, 2014

45 F Degree Difference

March 3, 2014


That is what the weather guy said--45 degree difference! Yesterday, it was 74 F degrees here and I was wearing sandals and a t-shirt. Right now, it is 25 F degrees. Today, I am freezing. My two eggs in the nest may have frozen. The car door was frozen shut. And, daffodil buds are swelling!

Your turn
Have you experienced this drastic fluctuation in your temperatures this winter and spring. Okay, it's not officially spring, but should be spring-like weather.

10 comments:

  1. Still cold as the dickens here....no warm up in sight.....well, if you don't call 42 degrees "warm". lol

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    1. I don't call 42 warm at all. However, I would take it over the 23 degrees I have at the moment.

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  2. Strange weather here: my daffodils bloomed the end of January...tulips and lilacs are blooming now...TWO months early!

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    1. Lynda,
      Two months early? That is just not right...lol. wonder how food crops will fare.

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  3. I'm absolutely miserable with these extreme weather changes. The BF and I both have awful headaches.

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  4. My sinuses are full, ears hurt, throat hurts on and off, nose stuffy. I am ready for spring.

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  5. We have been having some dramatic temperature shifts over this side of the world as well. It starts to cool down, I start to breath again and then the furnace is turned back on full again.
    Our autumn (fall) has started officially and I hope the temperatures start to match it. Soon.

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    1. This seems to be universal! My electric bill will be horrendous for the third month in a row. I have been running a temp on and off for three weeks. Everyone in the county has the same complaints and illness. I will be glad when it just keeps getting warm.

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  6. We've had no fluctuations--but this is going down as our coldest winter in history. Yesterday morning was MINUS 26. It's much warmer this morning--MINUS 4. We've had only 6 days that hit 30 degrees since December 1st. I love winter, but now it's time for it to GO AWAY!
    : D

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    1. Sue,
      You describe an unimaginably cold winter. So, it has been frozen there for over three months! I suppose I would love winter if I had a tight and insulated house. However, I agree--GO AWAY! Thanks for that rundown on the temperatures at your place in Nova Scotia.

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