This was the temp here this morning, too.
Our morning temperatures are slightly lower than that, but we don't have to go out that early. That makes a big difference!
65 days 22 hours and 18 minutes !Hold on!
Ours was 53, today is 55... is this a tv or computer? how did you get the temp time to show at the top like that? both our tv and computer change the time themselves. my curiosity button is on high waiting for your answer
That's downright balmy, Ann. ^^Going to work in the dark is the worst. In our neck of the woods we've had such a warm winter so far that I shudder to think how we're going to pay for it come spring but I fear spring and/or summer will be shortchanged. Anyhoo, it's out of our hands.
I couldn't stand it, I've been freezing here in Florida lately. I hope it warms up there soon!
We've got to get through February and March yet. Ugh. I live for days above freezing and sunshine! Today is so pretty--sun is shining and it is almost 40 degrees! I'm taking that as a win. Well....as good as it gets in January.
It's not that cold here, but it's cold and I'm ready for spring. I don't like winter one bit.Have a fabulous day, Ann. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Gibbs. Stay warm. ♥♥♥
That's a little nippy, kiddo, for sure. Bundle up good when you go outside. January is almost half gone... February is a short month...and March 1st is the start of meteorological spring. So hang on, my friend. ~Andrea xoxo
Is that you way of reminding yourself that it is coming? HAHA....too funny.
Yes, that is chilly! I am counting the days until Spring!
There is a famous saying: If winter should say she holds spring in her heart, who would believe winter?I think it was Kahlil Gibran who said it.
change the F to C and thats my average daily temperature here with around 95% humidity
I am so glad I don't have to get out early. Also glad I don't have to decide if it is too cold to work or not. There really was very little weather that was too cold to be out pruning, and usually when it was, it was the wind as much as anything. But in the winter, it took my boss to pull to start the engine the first time of the day.And at one point we had a hydraulic pruner that ran off a portable compressor. It would wear both of us out getting it started. He would jerk on it a while, and I would say let me try...and i would try for a while, and then he would say it was his turn. I think we used it one season...
Burr!!! How come you never changed the clock?
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