Green/Grey Christmas

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Green/Grey Christmas

Postby pckpat on Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:23 am

Yeah, no snow this year. In fact I have seen kids walking down my street this week in short-sleeve tees. Very unusual for this part of S.Ontario in late December. I was just outside checking out the full-moon with a large attendant moon-dog. Looks like Santa will be making his run in record time around here, with no snow, and lotsa moonlight. :P
What's it looking like in your area?
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Re: Green/Grey Christmas

Postby Unit_1 on Thu Dec 24, 2015 4:30 pm

We have all the cold down here in SoCal. You can have it back! lol....

Last year winter was cancelled :say_what:
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Re: Green/Grey Christmas

Postby LD50 on Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:27 pm

pckpat wrote:Yeah, no snow this year. In fact I have seen kids walking down my street this week in short-sleeve tees. Very unusual for this part of S.Ontario in late December. I was just outside checking out the full-moon with a large attendant moon-dog. Looks like Santa will be making his run in record time around here, with no snow, and lotsa moonlight. :P
What's it looking like in your area?


Clear evening, the rain and hail this afternoon all gone.

Beautiful clear moon with perfect views of the surface landmarks.

Time for evening meal with assembled family, and wine of course!

Cheers everyone
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Re: Green/Grey Christmas

Postby mirrorman on Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:14 pm

No snow to speak of here in the Sault.
Anything that was on the ground got melted by the rain and warm temps here earlier this week.
Wind knocked out power to a large area of the city this morning...Luckily I dodged that bullet.
Definitely not typical Christmas weather, but hope you all have a merry one just the same.
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Re: Green/Grey Christmas

Postby Jamie on Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:48 pm

Rain last night.. Sunny today in Ohio and 61. I like winter, ice and snow. El Niño really screwed this year up.
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Re: Green/Grey Christmas

Postby Gooch on Thu Dec 24, 2015 8:04 pm

About 80 degrees here in Austin for the last few days. Possibility of showers tomorrow for Christmas Day.
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