Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miketx, Jun 11, 2019.
Well, at least you were dropped on your head as a baby.
You really do need to be more positive, Old Yeller.
Just checked the info and our temp today was 106 degrees. Right now, at nearly 1 am it's still in the early 70s. This state is NOT famous for cool summer weather, that's for sure.
Nice day yesterday, supposed to be nice today. Then very wet and cool.
Well it looks like we'll be following the pattern of the last several years: a very cool, wet start to "summer", no spring to speak of before it. Looking ahead to the 1-3 months forecasts on Climate Prediction Center, a warm, dry fall....so our "summer" will likely really begin in July and last right through mid-October.
I assumed the Deep South has a warm, wet subtropical climate for much of the year? Not too different from Hawaii (except HI's winters are much warmer)? I haven't been to the South myself, I'm just taking an educated guess.
A lot of spring rain and cool weather in MN. All rivers still at flood stage with no wake zones in effect. Largest lake in Mpls, Lake Minnetonka is on no wake for 600 ft from shore.
Nice sunny high 70s yesterday in West Michigan, but we’ve had enough rain thus far some nut down the block is building an Ark.
Sprinkler system was turned on in mid April and I doubt it’s run 5 mornings since then, but the grass is deep green and growing like mad.
Yep, as you know we get it all, wind, rain, Yankees, LOL, they all happen. People don't know really how we have always had the season change. The more the area grows the more we hear about the weather. I had to move from my Hometown do to the Yankees moving in the changing everything to make it like New York area. Use to be the business just shut down in the Summer, until some Yankee found out they could put Air Conditioning in the Homes. Well I am to old to move, so I guess they can have their way. I hate it. Most folk do. See ya around the boards.
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