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Discussion in 'BUILD OFF 14 DISCUSSION' started by The Renaissance Man, May 25, 2019.

  1. KJV

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    Tornado s :
    The winter salt trucks: had to be used; to clear I-75, from debris. Missed us by 23 miles.
     
  2. us56456712

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    Still winter here, 40F in the morning and up to the 50F during the day. A lot of rain, but no storms, floods or tornadoes. Highest water I have even seen in the Great Lakes and inland lakes. The streams are high but not flooding. Still snow in the woods, but not much. Leaves are not out yet. The beech trees are all buds. It's trying to be spring and occasionally we get a taste of that, only to turn cold again. About 30 years ago we had no summer. My class reunion had a late July picnic then and we all had to wear down jackets. The bike shops didn't sell their bikes and referred to it forever after as the summer that wasn't. I hope we are not in for a repeat. We have historically had snow every month of the year and even on the 4th of July. That and the black flies keep out the apple knockers and out of state riffraff. Six months of winter and 6 more months of bad skiing. I worked outside today doing a little frame sanding. I just counted my black fly bites, 28 that I can see, but I have more on my back. The one on the end of my nose is my wife's favorite.
     
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  3. us56456712

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    Cheese and crackers, it's 42F.
    WETMORE, MI

    as of 6:23 am EDT

    42°
    MOSTLY CLOUDY
    feels like 39°
    H 61° / L 38°
    UV Index 0 of 10
     
  4. Captain Awesome

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    More sun and heat for us. Unseasonably dry for the coastal south
     
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    41 F this morning at 6 AM when I got up. Calm and clear. Today the beech trees finally leafed out. Got into the 70s F this afternoon, the nicest day we have had.
     
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    Got into the upper 70s F today but I saw a patch of snow in the woods about 5 x 3 feet. It looked like snow but was really snow that had been packed by snowmobiles and turned into snow/ice. I think it will be gone in a day or two. Very wet in low areas this year. On Wednesday for the evening mountain bike ride the trail head had submersible pumps to try and dry it out. It has never been like that.
     
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  7. Captain Awesome

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    From one extreme to the other. 5 straight days of rain so far

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    I'm over it
     
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  8. HuffnPuff

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    It’s been a bit ordinary in the last week. Cold, wet and windy (at least cold for us). Yesterday was cool calm and cloudy, but today was a pearler. Sunny, warm, no wind. Couldn’t spend the day in the garage, so had to grab the kids nd hit some local mtb trails. The recent wet weather and a bit of drying time and the trails were perfect.
     
  9. us56456712

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    High today 56F, low 41F and very windy. Don't feel like working on bikes in this cold so I went for a a 10 mile gravel grinder bike ride. Leaves are still not all the way out. Lots of fern fiddle heads and the blueberries are starting to blossom. Feels like never ending winter.
     
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    Sounds like never ending winter!

    Today felt more like spring instead of muggy summer for a change here in Alabama. About 80f and humidity finally below 50 percent which make all the difference!
     
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  11. Dr. Tankenstein

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    We’re definitely in pre-summer in Savannah (just moved here, so I could be wrong). Temps in the mid-to upper 80s with daily pop up thunderstorms.

    Sadly (or fortunately), my bike building is on an extended ‘hold’ until I sort out the rest of my life...


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  12. Captain Awesome

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    You're just on the other side of the river from me
     
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    Sweet!


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    Enjoy the new digs, Doc. Is my guest room ready yet? :grin:
     
  15. us56456712

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    34F in Marquette, Mi this morning.
     
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    Hail, wind and torrential rain here again. Flood warnings for low lying areas in watershed. Not a good time to live near rivers or creeks [​IMG]


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    Can't like that. Stay safe
     
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    Sometimes we could use a dislike button. Better park the bike and start building an ark!
     
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    On Saturday they are predicting that the low temperatures will finally be in the 50sF. Looks like a week of low temperatures in the 50s. Looks like we are finally leaving the 30s and 40s behind. All the leaves are still not all the way out, the lilacs are blooming and fern fiddle heads are just about done.
     

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