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 Post subject: Anyone know cold?
PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 10:29 pm 
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It's -35°C right now where I'm at.
It's going to hit -39°C before the end of the night. With windchill it will feel like -53°C.

For those who use the imperial system, -53°C is -63.4°F. :shock:

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 10:30 pm 
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it feels gooooooood here............it's about 60 degrees Fareignheight.


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sheesh....

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 27, 2004 10:36 pm 
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I wish. I always hibernate in the winter but one's gotta work heh.

Worst part is I had to park in an open parkade tonight on the 8th floor with all the wind possible, hitting it and keeping it cold. All the underground parkades in downtown here were full and I was more than happy to pay the $14 to park for the day. :cry:

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it's a comfortable 63 F here..... Although, I would enjoy snow here so I can ski more often....


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I would like to see snow just once...........never seen it in my life though. :?


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Heh. Lot's of it up here in Canada. Come on down! ;)

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im looking out my window at 6 inches and were getting 3-4 every hour at the least for 3 more days :twisted:


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It's never snowed here...in California :cry: ...

Feels good otuside though...nice warm, breezy, light winds...


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2004 1:09 am 
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I know cold, however not quite that cold. Being from Michigan I saw my share of sub-zero temps with windchills around -20F. While pushing boots in the mid-late 90's I remember having to get the recruits to breakfast, they had not even started boot camp and only had sweats and a raincoat with a liner. Windchill was -52 degrees F, so we used any clothing we could find from recruits that got kicked out. They sort of looked like that little kid in Christmas Story, all bundled up and walking funny. I would never wish that cold on anyone! You are a brave man Wayno to go out in that harsh of weather!!


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wow, it really isn't that cold in CA, it's winter here and I'm sitting in front of my computer in shorts eating Ice Cream......


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I am sure Wayno could do that too, in front of a roaring fire in the fireplace! :lol:


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Heh. Aint that the truth. ;)

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it's maybe 25 F here, but at night we're down to 10 to 5 F

not as cold as Canada, but still cold.

Oh, yeah, we've got 7 inches of snow, and i have no school, WOO-HOO


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I will have to remind myself to not complain when it is 'only' 20 F here in the mornings. I empathize with you wayno. I spent two very long and cold winters in Connecticut when I was in the Navy, but I don't think it ever got that cold there.

Keep warm and make sure your fingers don't get frostbite, you would have to become a Mentalist then. And I know you are a Close-Up guy :wink: .

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