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12-10-2012, 12:57 AM
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Soon enough winter will no longer exist
Not where I am. It's -20 right now and snowing. Got some hot water in the face when I removed it from the pump and it froze on my helmet in like 40 seconds. Just go more north for winter.

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12-10-2012, 12:58 AM
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Not where I am. It's -20 right now and snowing. Got some hot water in the face when I removed it from the pump and it froze on my helmet in like 40 seconds. Just go more north for winter.
My goodness, where do you live?!

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12-10-2012, 01:01 AM
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My goodness, where do you live?!
I live in Montreal but work on the Mattagami River.

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Well according to the scientific community once Antarctica will have melted by 20% all the fresh water will move up to the gulf stream and create a worldwide imbalance in world weather, Europe will start to freeze up since the Gulf stream is what is keeping it warm, the amazonian forests ( called the world's lungs ) will dry up and eventually become a desert while the rest of the world will experience extreme weather that will paralyze most of society.
Scientific community???

Come on dude... you saw the Day after Tomorrow.

Denis Quaid ain't scientific community!

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12-10-2012, 06:30 AM
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Well that's disappointing, that ***** changed to freezing rain right away

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12-10-2012, 06:35 AM
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Well that's disappointing, that ***** changed to freezing rain right away
While no snow is definitely a good thing, freezing rain can hardly be called an improvement for driving conditions.

Be prudent you people. I shall watch ye from the daily 10 mm of rain we get in Newcastle

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12-10-2012, 06:40 AM
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While no snow is definitely a good thing, freezing rain can hardly be called an improvement for driving conditions.

Be prudent you people. I shall watch ye from the daily 10 mm of rain we get in Newcastle
Oh, definitely. Be safe out there.

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12-10-2012, 07:21 AM
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Snow stuck and now the freezing rain is turning it into and unbreakable layer of ice.

Be careful out there, not only to cars on the road but to people walking on the sidewalks. Almost took a spill a few times on my way to work this morning.

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Good thing the layer of ice was on the snow, would have been a b**** to scratch that off the car.

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Today's weather is pretty nasty...I had to walk for 10 minutes to get to work and I was soaked wet

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12-10-2012, 09:21 AM
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I can't stand rain

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Well that was disappointing. I was expecting to wake up to some nice fluffy snow, not some rain and slush.

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Well that was disappointing. I was expecting to wake up to some nice fluffy snow, not some rain and slush.
True that, in 3-4 hours, there won't be anymore snow.

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Well that was disappointing. I was expecting to wake up to some nice fluffy snow, not some rain and slush.
When I went to bed I glanced out the window and it looked quite nice out there, almost Christmas-y. This morning it was like the worst of March with all the slush and rain and whatnot. Yecch.

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When I went to bed I glanced out the window and it looked quite nice out there, almost Christmas-y. This morning it was like the worst of March with all the slush and rain and whatnot. Yecch.
Yeah that's exactly what I did; took a quick glance at the nice snowfall before going to bed. Woke up to this crap.

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12-10-2012, 10:33 AM
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Yeah that's exactly what I did; took a quick glance at the nice snowfall before going to bed. Woke up to this crap.
I agree...slush like this is way worse than just rain or just snow. Hopefully it all melts and dries up before it freezes again tonight.

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12-10-2012, 11:05 AM
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I agree...slush like this is way worse than just rain or just snow. Hopefully it all melts and dries up before it freezes again tonight.
There's definitely enough snow for it to freeze up tonight, sadly.

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Scientific community???

Come on dude... you saw the Day after Tomorrow.

Denis Quaid ain't scientific community!
+1.

It is too easy to spout off quotes without a real understanding of the quote itself and whether it it is fact opinion.

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Anyone looking for a nice outdoor rink today? I can recommend a few sections of road 132....

/almost died, oh, about 3 times on that road this afternoon

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