Thursday, February 16, 2006

Spring Goes on Vacation



Well, our clear and balmy weather gave way to clear and cold weather with lows in the teens expected followed by bitter east winds this weekend. Hopefully the daffodils, which are almost ready to bloom, can weather the onslaught.

12 comments:

DewKid said...

I surprised this morning to discover frost on my windshield. Frost! In Temecula!!

DewKid said...

Um, make that "I WAS surprised".

Mongoloid!

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Don Snabulus said...

Cool.


I cold.

Um, make that I mean cold.


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saba said...

thats weird..im in canada and the temperature usually at this time of the year is supposed to go down to -40 C. instead its always sunny and above zero. Its a really weird year

DewKid said...

You funny.

Don Snabulus said...

DK - I are funny. Does it still get up to 80 deg F after a frosty morning?

Saba - Thanks for visiting! We had 28 days of rain in January so we don't mind a little Canadian weather. My friends in Philly had lots of sunshine and temps in the 50s in December and January. Weird indeed.

Don Snabulus said...

(That's 50 = 10 deg C, BTW)

Seymour said...

Or 283K. I think. It's been awhile since Physics.




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Pandabonium said...

As the old Irish toast goes, "May the frost never afflict your spuds..."

Pa've said...

On a side note, diesel trucks take forever to warm up in the morning.

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The Moody Minstrel said...

So that's where our frosty weather suddenly disappeared to the past few days!

Oh, well. It's due back tomorrow. Hopefully the rain-soaked streets won't freeze solid overnight...gotta work tomorrow (Saturday...ack).

DewKid said...

Not 80, only 70. Brrrr

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