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    How's the weather at your place? - December 2014

    Here is the start of a weather thread. I thought one for each month would work nicely so the thread doesn't get too long and make it easy to look back at previous months. Nothing real special or dramatic - just like to see how the weather is at our different member's homes - and pics are great! It's also fun to compare the far southern regions to ours more up north in the winter - love to see those folks from the deep south wince when they see all the snow pics.

    I'll start by posting a pic from my weather cam. This image is live - it updates itself every 10 minutes but is inactive at night of course:



    Today is hanging at 32F and just got done snowing - got about 1" overnight. Of course our rural PennDot guys couldn't keep up with it (yes, I used to word there) - roads are still covered here. Forecast for next week is kind of warm for us:



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    So how's the weather at your place?
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    Cool, but warmer than it was just a few weeks ago. Today it hovered around 40* with a low of 25, and temps are supposed to begin climbing. 51 on Saturday and maybe even 54 on Monday.
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    Made it to 63* today. Has been overcast most of the day. (Had a little sun this morning.) Even misted for a few minutes. But my pastures are ready, and a little green winter grasses are already making their possibilities known.
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    Mixed is the best way to describe it right now. About 32 out now, but they are talking almost 50 by Sunday.


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    Just looked outside and it snowing pretty well - radar shows a good band right over us. There is finally enough snow out there to plow tomorrow - supposed to end up with 3"-5". I actually hate the first couple times plowing as the driveway (gravel) is still soft - have to have a tender touch on the bucket curl.

    I'll be watching 56FordGuy's post being in Tenn. I often think of where the best place to live would be weather wise. Eastern Tenn has the mountains I love and a bit milder winters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56FordGuy View Post
    Cool, but warmer than it was just a few weeks ago. Today it hovered around 40* with a low of 25, and temps are supposed to begin climbing. 51 on Saturday and maybe even 54 on Monday.
    What he ⏫ said. Our December appears it's going to be warmer than November where we reached the low teens a few nights with some snow. At least I hope it's warmer. So far so good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Made it to 63* today. Has been overcast most of the day. (Had a little sun this morning.) Even misted for a few minutes. But my pastures are ready, and a little green winter grasses are already making their possibilities known.
    Thanks for sharing the pics! I understand more about when you were talking about all the mowing you were doing in the CUT thread. Lots of nice wide open space but it does look dry?
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    All I know is I wore a short sleeved shirt all day and was very comfortable. The only white stuff here is if we forget to dust the house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultrapile View Post
    All I know is I wore a short sleeved shirt all day and was very comfortable. The only white stuff here is if we forget to dust the house.
    I don't forget. I just don't always do it!

    Turned out to be a nice day, temp-wise.

    Coaltrain; Yes, things are VERY DRY in this part of the State. Had some good rains the end of June that flooded almost everything around, so it filled my stock tank. But no rain to run off since, and it is down significantly. Hope to get rain soon, because I restocked that tank with minnows and catfish in July!
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    In the 25-low 30's and about 1.5 inches of lazy snow on everything but the driveways and roads. This will be the last snow that doesn't stick on pavement, the ground is "catching up".

    Here's some Karma for you: The guy at the corner spent a bazillion $'s on new solar panels all over his house and garage roofs. It was finished about 2 weeks ago. We've had probably 3 days of any kind of partial sunlight since the sign on the street ("LOOK UP") was planted to point it out. I think he'd better do a "Sun Dance" the rest of this winter!
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