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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

If You're Hot And You've Got A Jet

You could head to Aspen to ski for a few days. Out west it is still snowing in spots, and they are opening up from the 13th through the 15th. You can't go to the water park in Montana, because they shut it down to protect the clients from hypothermia.

If the eastern heat wave and the western cold weather could be averaged, we'd all be having beautiful weather! Except, of course, for the floods in flyover country.

Note: Anthony Watt's got more stories in this post. Personally, I think it is wildly unlikely that anyone in Montana could get hypothermia given their winter weather. But maybe they are worried about Georgian tourists, who can get hypothermia in 60 degree temps.

Not to brag or anything, but it is cooler in so. central GA than on the NE coast. The blueberries were late again.

Hot? Good Lord, it's been in the 50s and raining. I'd say it was March all over again, except it was snowing then. Folks out this way are starting to think that their gardens will never come up. It's in the 40s at night.
Yeah, you're in the cold zone, which is hitting a lot of the country. I get this from reading the crop report every week.

But in the NE political zone, all the political hot air has produced a genuine heat wave (although it was quite cold up until then).
We're getting snow in the Cascades today, and there's trouble with weather on I-84 in eastern Oregon.

I'm wondering when decent weather will finally arrive ...
What if you've got a jet, but have a job?
John - well, I guess that depends on your definition of decent weather. I noticed about the Cascade snow storm, which started me googling for weather stories out in the cold, wet west.

Unless the sun returns to something more 20th century normal this year, next year probably will be colder yet.

CF - the weekend, man. The weekend. It's a little early for you to be taking a vacation, but weekends are allowed.
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