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when is winter going to end

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by leachafreak, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. leachafreak
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    i know this is an off topic.but i just wanted to share what me and the rest of the midwest woke up to.this winter has not been that bad.but it sucks shoveling a foot of slushy heavy snow.the only thing i look for ward to is getting the jeep out an having some fun.i hope i dont get hell for this tread.

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  2. paco
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    I don't know how you guys do it ....... I moved away from that shit after I retired .... like 3 days after!!

    Paco
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    now I know what living in a Snow Globe feels like...
  4. carcrazyjohn
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    6 weeks Phil saw his shadow.
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    that looks like a light dusting, we got about 20" today in southern NJ
  6. Richard Head
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    Thanks to el nino, we never really got winter here in western Washington. Its been in the 60's the last couple of weeks. This is more like May weather around here. I wouldn't mind having more daylight, but I won't complain with what we have.

    The only thing I miss is the snow in the mountains. I am itching to go snowboarding this year but the snow sucks up there.

    Dave
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    Anybody have a good recipe for groundhog ?:rolleyes: I am getting tired of mud and slop ,o sounds like it we will be getting a dusting of 10" of snow .That should take care of the mud.
  8. Amen Brother!, we got 24" in Apollo,Pa. last night:eek:

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  9. Hotrodbuilderny
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    Somebody tell me what happened to global warming and then explain why it was bad
  10. Kellys Hot Rod Parts
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    I have no idea. I live in the frozen tundra and have burned my grandfather clock for heat and ate the local ground hog for energy just to work in the shop. Wow I hope this crap ends soon or my wifes gunna hafta get a job!!!
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    22 here in trevose Pa. Thank god the snow thrower worked.............
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    that goofey gopher says 6MORE WEEKS,,,,,,,,,,,,,
  13. I agree,if it exists,its a good thing..but judging from the last couple of years,I think its a passing fad. Come on spring!
  14. I'm headed to Punxsutawney, Pa. in the morning to p.u. a small block.

    If y'all ask real nice, I'll bring home that rodents scalp!:cool:

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  15. Rich Venza
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    I did the same thing 3 years ago Paco. No snow here in Suwanee, but not what I would call warm either. My son in Pottstown is sure happy I left him my snow blower!
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    when spring comes

    farmers almanac says (for me)

    FEBRUARY 2010: temperature 34° (2° above avg.); precipitation 4.5" (1.5" above avg.); Feb 1-4: Heavy rain, warm; Feb 5-7: Flurries, cold; Feb 8-10: Sunny, mild; Feb 11-16: Snowy periods, cold; Feb 17-19: Rain to snow; Feb 20-23: Sunny, mild; Feb 24-28: Rain to snow, then snow showers, cold.

    MARCH 2010: temperature 38° (6° below avg.); precipitation 3" (1" below avg.); Mar 1-4: Snowy periods, cold; Mar 5-8: Snow showers, cold; Mar 9-10: Rain, mild; Mar 11-14: Snowy periods, cold; Mar 15-19: Rain and wet snow, chilly, 20-24 Showers, then sunny, chilly; Mar 25-31: Rainy periods; cool, then mild.
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    Al Gore should havta give his Pulitzer Prize money back. Probably already spent it on "Carbon Credits"

    48 Poncho
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    This was from early this morning. Got another 6" after this. Weather station said 30" here. Sure felt like it on the shovel. Another possible repeat coming mid week........... Aaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrgggggggggghhhhh!

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  19. Hotrodbuilderny
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    Yea and how do you argue climate change it's been doing that since the ice age
  20. Oh lighten up, its just a bs session,not politics.
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    we got 60 inches in the past three storms.
    it is chest deep in my yard.
    oh yes
    i am sick of it....
  22. billy zz
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    the white hump in front is my toyota pickup
    in the rear is my 63 willys
    [​IMG]
  23. HellRaiser
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    But....Snow storms are traditional!!!!!!:D


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  24. carcrazyjohn
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    So true ,Global warming was debunked .It hasn't been prooved .......Or unprooved .In the global theory of things They blame cars ,Not the trucks and factories and Nasa shooting holes in the atmosphere,Go figure
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    Saw the 1st robin yesterday looking for a worm, ground is still frozen, not gonna find any worms for a few weeks.
  26. HellRaiser
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    Maybe he was looking in the frozen food section for his food. Probably going to take and micro wave it later on. :D


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    Its nice here.
  28. Wildcat Garage
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    Look at the date stamp.We have had snow since Dec18 and still have 5-6 inches.Will it ever end ?

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  29. billy zz
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    sure!
    in about 4 months......................;)
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    August?

    My theory... global warming = more water in the atmosphere, and consequently, heavier rains in the warmer months, more snow in the cooler months. Stand by for flooding everywhere / rising ocean levels - at least until all the polar ice and glaciers have melted anyway. Gary

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