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ProfessorBB
Posted 2006-12-22 8:59 AM (#225427)
Subject: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Location: Colorado Rocky Mountains
Speaking on behalf of the Colorado OFCers, us for sure. We had at least 26" downtown by the time it quit yesterday afternoon, drifts of 5' due to the wind in my front yard, nearly everything shut down on Thursday. But this is Friday, and things should be back to normal (sort of) by mid-day. For about the same price of a mid-range Ovation, you can buy a new snowblower. Tough choice, even in two feet of snow!
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HobbyPicker
Posted 2006-12-22 9:04 AM (#225428 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Location: Snåsa, Norway
Will be a green xmas here this year, wind and rain today and no forecasts of any winter the upcoming days.
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brainslag
Posted 2006-12-22 9:09 AM (#225429 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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It's been in the 50's and 60's for like 2 weeks here in southern CT and NYC, which is very unusual this time of year (END OF TIMES!!!GLOBAL WARMING!!!EL NINO!!!)..uh, who was that guy? Anyway, no white stuff for the holiday. I think it's all supposed to freeze down to normal in January.
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Waskel
Posted 2006-12-22 9:32 AM (#225430 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Rain. Followed by heavy liquid precipitation, turning into showers later.

What the heck, it's better than 60 mph winds...
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alpep
Posted 2006-12-22 9:51 AM (#225431 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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I did some touch up painting and washed the pan roller and brush out on the front lawn so I would have a white christmas after all.
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Alaskan Fly Guy
Posted 2006-12-22 10:00 AM (#225432 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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I guess it is no surprise that we are having a white Christmas this year. In fact it has snowed for the past 3 days with blizzard conditions. Hope Santa can get through!
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an4340
Posted 2006-12-22 10:14 AM (#225433 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Location: Capital District, NY, USA Minor Outlying Islands
cool (40's) and rainy (intermittent showers) in brooklyn. Very nice weather for Virgina / Eastern Shore of Maryland.
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Capo Guy
Posted 2006-12-22 10:19 AM (#225434 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Location: East Tennessee
Rain on Christmas. Flurries the day after.
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2006-12-22 10:43 AM (#225435 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Started snowing here about 4 yesterday, but didn't really stick. Last night it added up to a couple inches. Traffic was only moderately paralyzed this morning. We might get a bit more this weekend, so it could be a White Christmas. We only get one about every 10 years. I hope it snows like crazy the next weekend when Miami comes up here for the MPC Bowl.
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Thanksforallthefish
Posted 2006-12-22 10:44 AM (#225436 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?
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rain...wind... but at least it's in the 70's/80's weather's ok compared to life right now.

sure not much like Christmas.. hope other's are faring better.. DD Kelly's best friend Shawna died a couple of weeks ago...

the other DD Shannon's best friend Jason, who she was supposed to go shopping with today...
died yesterday in his sleep, we just found out about an hour ago.

think I'll call my other kids now.

Glenn
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wilblee
Posted 2006-12-22 11:04 AM (#225437 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Location: Round Rock, TX
Sunshine - highs upper 50's lows upper 30's (after rain on Sat and Sun) I'll be burning brush piles during the day (after the festivities) and smoking a cigar and drinking Madeira in the hot tub that evening. Lord willing.
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tdeej
Posted 2006-12-22 11:19 AM (#225438 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Just a skiff of snow in north central Idaho. A little snow each day and more predicted.
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Wildwood
Posted 2006-12-22 11:36 AM (#225439 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Location: St Louis
50's here with no chance of the white stuff.
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seesquare
Posted 2006-12-22 11:46 AM (#225440 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Nasty on Saturday, per weather forecasts. 6-7 inches in the Cascades, 'bout 4 in the lowlands. Best travel is Friday, or Sunday, over the passes. Probably have some residuals for Father Christmas to deal with.
I only have to jitney SWMBO's matriarch to-and-fro a couple times. Always has an ambitious itinerary, though.
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Jason_S
Posted 2006-12-22 11:49 AM (#225441 - in reply to #225427)
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im hoping for no snow...jason
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fillhixx
Posted 2006-12-22 12:14 PM (#225442 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Location: Campbell River, British Columbia
Wet Christmas. Light to moderate rain predicted.
In the last ten years I think we've had only 3 white ones.

Rain and gusts up to 120 kliks Wednesday. Glad to see the end of that! For now.
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Slipkid
Posted 2006-12-22 12:30 PM (#225443 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Location: south east Michigan
Rain, rain and more rain in the thumb area if the mitten state.
And I'm itchin' to go skiing!
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Waskel
Posted 2006-12-22 1:09 PM (#225444 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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Then you should be here, Brad. They've got a 73" base up at Timberline (1 hour away).
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cliff
Posted 2006-12-22 1:20 PM (#225445 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Jeanette's family's out in Boulder.

Her brother works on the maintenance crew up at NCAR.

She got off the phone with him yesterday after he'd just finished a 42-hour shift trying to keep the roads clear . . .
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Tupperware
Posted 2006-12-22 2:19 PM (#225446 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Yesterday I had 3 double bogies, 8 bogies, 5 pars and 2 birdies. It got chilly and I had to put a sweater on for the last few holes. Life is good.

Dave
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lanaki
Posted 2006-12-22 2:23 PM (#225447 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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87 degrees, full sunshine with light northeasterly trade winds! Am I braggin' or complainin'? I ain't sure...
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Mark in Boise
Posted 2006-12-22 2:29 PM (#225448 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Originally posted by Tupperware:
Yesterday I had 3 double bogies, 8 bogies, 5 pars and 2 birdies. It got chilly and I had to put a sweater on for the last few holes. Life is good.

Dave
You're about as consistent at golf as I am, Dave. I tend to have a few more doubles, at least one double par, fewer pars and hardly any birdies. I can also spray them right and left, long and short, low and high, and even occasionally straight.
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rededdie
Posted 2006-12-22 3:38 PM (#225449 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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1-2' of snow in my front yard,but 32F as I type. Hope it stays like this for Christmas
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fillhixx
Posted 2006-12-22 3:52 PM (#225450 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?



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We'll try not to send you any chinooks, red. But the Pineapple express has been delivering pretty regular loads lately...
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brainslag
Posted 2006-12-22 5:12 PM (#225451 - in reply to #225427)
Subject: Re: OT - Who's gonna have a white Christmas?


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Last time I played golf I had several triple bogeys, on or two bogies, a par...no wait, that would be a CAR - the one I hit in the parking lot... 8 or 10 in the drink, and what comes after a quadruple bogey again? cause I had a few of those too. After that, things started going downhill.
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