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Old 01-15-13, 20:13
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Nice pic there ebandit!

Brr...agree good for walk or trot.

atm it's -4*C

Heading into sunshine and warming over the next few days
Looks like it is practically summer there in Colorado. Next door it's -11C in the middle of the freaking day.

This blows. The cold spell broke for a couple of days last week, allowing me to put a whopping 90km on my bike so far this year.
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Looks like it is practically summer there in Colorado. Next door it's -11C in the middle of the freaking day.

This blows. The cold spell broke for a couple of days last week, allowing me to put a whopping 90km on my bike so far this year.
It's crap!
The only thing saving me here is that the sun shines most of the time...even when it is freaking 10*F!

I've been running ..in between colds/cough junk..which the extreme cold air just exacerbates! I desperately am wishing for some palm trees and heat....

it's been cold everywhere...but where the heck are you?
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It's crap!
The only thing saving me here is that the sun shines most of the time...even when it is freaking 10*F!

I've been running ..in between colds/cough junk..which the extreme cold air just exacerbates! I desperately am wishing for some palm trees and heat....

it's been cold everywhere...but where the heck are you?
Utah. I think it was -5F last night.
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Hello,

Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked. Remarkable post and will look forward to your future update.

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Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked. Remarkable post and will look forward to your future update.

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someone translate please?
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Apparently he likes our updates on the weather...

Here's it's overcast and cold.
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+12C a couple of weeks ago
-12C now, expecting a low of -20C tonight; streets are white from (over)salting
+10C expected later this week

Typical Toronto winter, post global warming
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Friday
Overcast with rain. High of 64F. Winds from the ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90% with rainfall amounts near 0.2 in. possible.
Rhythm of the Falling Rain
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-32C this morning here in northern Finland, now "only" -20C. Tough day at work, out there in the snow all freakin day, it's been another really cold week. Thank god it's friday!
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Simply, admirable what you have done here. It is pleasing to look you express from the heart and your clarity on this significant content can be easily looked. Remarkable post and will look forward to your future update.

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