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    18 Minus 18 this morning.

    It's so cold out there the birds want sub-zero clothes!

    I just made a mad dash out to potty the dogs on leashes. Too cold to just let them out to potty on their own. Even tho Ashly is a heavy furred malamute, she is not used to this kind of weather or prolonged outtings. I got them pottied then put more food out for the birds (lot's of cracked corn for body heat) and then grabbed a big armful of firewood to add to what we have inside. Went thru a bunch last night so wanted to replenish. I try really hard to keep enough in the house so we have lot's.

    It's supposed to stay really cold thru the end of next week. Daytime highs around zero or below and nighttime lows around -15 to -20 or so. Running the water to keep pipes from freezing up. The house is banked up with snow around the foundation. I bought extra food and extra bird food on Tues so we are ok that way. Been running the car for 20 mins a couple times a day to keep the battery up.

    Even tho we have a good fire going in the woodstove it's still barely 55 in the house.

    Damn it's cold out there. Going to have to do shifts now to keep the fire going.


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    Yup, you are getting what we've had for the past couple days. It's been 25-30-40 below here since Christmas eve at night with days in the minus teens. This morning, a big break! It's only minus 4! Balmy T-shirt weather and I'll be cooking breakfast on the deck. (Really).

    But like all good Minnesotans say, "It could have been worse. At least it wasn't windy."

    Stay warm. Hooded sweatshirts, wool socks and lots of hot tea.

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    This really is a serious weather event.

    Record lows being broken in many places.
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    It's warmed up here to 42. Snow was nice for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day but I do want it gone .

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    We are freezing here in Ohio too. Not as cold as you guys tho. Try and stay warm!

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    Much of the country is only a power outage away from disaster.
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    Wow! Not so bad here, only -6 , which is the forecast high for the day. It's going to be a mostly indoor day here too. I do need to scrape snow off the porch roof at some point though. I also have to escort the dog for bathroom breaks, or he will mess around until his feet get so cold he can't walk, and has to be carried back inside.

    I'll be spending the day feeding the fire, and waiting on the UPS man (signature required) to get here. Be careful, and stay warm Wise Owl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalknTrot View Post
    Yup, you are getting what we've had for the past couple days. It's been 25-30-40 below here since Christmas eve at night with days in the minus teens. This morning, a big break! It's only minus 4! Balmy T-shirt weather and I'll be cooking breakfast on the deck. (Really).

    But like all good Minnesotans say, "It could have been worse. At least it wasn't windy."

    Stay warm. Hooded sweatshirts, wool socks and lots of hot tea.
    Ah, but it IS windy out there. Steady at around 10mph with gusts to around 20/25. Which makes it much worse.
    Maine in the deep of winter is just nasty some years. Even the finches are sitting in the piles of seed I put out covering their tiny feet and legs.


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    I caught one of my hens standing on the rooster's back in the henhouse yesterday warming her feet. Haha! He was burrowed down in the deep shavings, he's a massive rooster, and he didn't seem to mind.

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    Keep warm, everyone.

    We've barely had a winter here, and many days I've not bothered to heat most of the house. Low 50's is my limit for the kitchen, but if that's all, I can hang out in the warmer back part of the house. Pecan season - so we are out all morning into early afternoon, and comfortable in sweaters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vtshooter View Post
    Wow! Not so bad here, only -6 , which is the forecast high for the day. It's going to be a mostly indoor day here too. I do need to scrape snow off the porch roof at some point though. I also have to escort the dog for bathroom breaks, or he will mess around until his feet get so cold he can't walk, and has to be carried back inside.

    I'll be spending the day feeding the fire, and waiting on the UPS man (signature required) to get here. Be careful, and stay warm Wise Owl.
    We live in the mtns at 1800 ft. Can't imagine what it's like up around 4500.......brrrrr.....Mt. Washington must be around minus 60 or so. double brrrrrrrrrrr.......

    Now if we can just keep the door closed for awhile it might get a bit warmer in here. I want a hot shower this morning but not till it gets warmer than 60 in the cabin......lol. Not into ice cycles hanging from my body......


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    It's 13 here in w. KY this morning. I'm not sure what it is with the wind chill. By New year's day it's supposed to be below zero surface temp ugh I can't stand the cold!
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    Y s, woke to negative degrees here this morning. Our water pump for the well is inside one of our barns, and the pressure switch froze last, no water in the house or barns. Thankfully, we have a hand pump and a shallow well right beside the house, and filters to run it through. And, our large pasture for the beef has a pond, so just a matter of keeping a hole through the ice for them.

    The first night the temps plummeted, we had a calf born, of course! It seemed chilled so I carried it to the house and warmed it on the back porch, fastened a calf coat on it, and returned it to the cow. Now, after 5 days, that little stinker is so active it is going to be a challenge to capture it in order to remove the calf coat! The Belted Galloway is just a hardy, cold weather loving breed of cattle, the calves often hit the ground running, and cold doesn’t seem to bother them at all. They prefer the snowy pasture over the warmth of the barn.

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    The other aspect that many don't think of until too late is frozen water pipes. Leave a couple of faucets cracked a trickle to make sure you don't freeze up. Problem is even up here with a lot of cold early in the season is you don't have enough snow cover to insulate the ground and the frost level goes deep. Already have had a few house fires with people trying to thaw their pipes. Be careful.
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    It is 8 degrees here in NE Ohio; almost too cold for a quick run. (I should wait until noon) Nothing above freezing until mid-January

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    7 degrees F on the digital here this AM, skies now clear and Carolina blue Hasn't warmed up much yet though.
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    And THAT is why I moved south! Only 32 here. Course, I did lose power on Christmas day and it was out overnight, but they got it fixed by 6 am the next day. And it only got down to 51 in the house.
    JJ is the Galloway a milk or meat breed or both? Big or more like the Dexters?
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    Had the drain pipe from the washer frozen. There was water all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hfcomms View Post
    The other aspect that many don't think of until too late is frozen water pipes. Leave a couple of faucets cracked a trickle to make sure you don't freeze up. Problem is even up here with a lot of cold early in the season is you don't have enough snow cover to insulate the ground and the frost level goes deep. Already have had a few house fires with people trying to thaw their pipes. Be careful.
    We have over a foot of snow on the ground so far. Pipes are buried 6 ft down. Pump is under the house beneath the bathroom. There is a vent in the floor we can open and a portable heater under there in case things freeze up. Usually when it gets this cold we put a small fan over the vent blowing down into the crawl space. There is also 4 inch foam surround all the area where the pipes and pump are which help keep them warmer. AND we have 3 inch foam core all around the foundation on the outside with a couple feet of snow piled against that.
    We learned years ago that you do the above or you are thawing out frozen pipes. It does get nasty cold up here this time of year.

    Praying for warmer temps say 20 degrees. That will feel like summer, lol.....


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    The Galloway cattle are a very interesting breed for anyone who likes to do research on such things.

    http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/c...ay/index.html/

    Big animals with a thick coat who would do well in cold climates. Average weight of a bull/steer is around 1800 lbs.


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    We don't have enough snow for good ground cover. My faucets have been on a trickle a few days now. Antigo set a new low record...-27.

    I really do hate winter!

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    Just think... this kind of cold might become the new "normal"... and if that happens there's going to be a whole lot of things to think about and adapt to. I don't think the current population of the world will fit around the equator.

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    Hey Wise Owl, quit yer complainin'. If it weren't for all those negative degrees, you wouldn't have any degrees! Wouldn't that be a fine kettle of fish.

    Seriously, that's rough stuff. Hope you have some oak and hickory. I always liked having a cord of that for the hard temps.

    Now have a coal stove that burns anthracite coal. BTW, here in NE Ohio we only had 3 degrees this morning. But hey, the sun's shining. All the hard weather blew North and East of us. We figure we'll hear from folks in Erie, Pa. around March or April when the snow melts over there. With about a 10 degree shift of wind, that would have been us.

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    8 degrees F

    Going to be like this all next week too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mzkitty View Post
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    8 degrees F

    Going to be like this all next week too.

    Take 10 degrees or so off that and you would be where we are going to be. No warming till the end of next week. 8 degrees is doable. Been that for the last few days. I don't think it got above 0 yesterday and then last night I watched the thermometer just go into free fall, lol.

    And I am not whining. We are prepped for the cold stuff. Most of our wood is yellow birch, oak, and similar hard, heat producing wood. We live in the north and our wood supplier gives us the good stuff. Not that stuff that doesn't heat your house.

    When we first moved up here we had a night of minus 36. Had a pic of it at one time. Lost it during multiple computer changes.


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    WO, yeah, it's colder where you are, but then you're up higher.

    This is a lot for us (day and night temps for the next week):


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    Just think... this kind of cold might become the new "normal"
    If this is the Maunder Minimum, that is exactly what we can see for up to 30 years.....changes in weather which is not normal in any area. Colder/hotter/bad growing conditions. Same type of weather that my husband talks about when they used to slide out of their bedroom window on the house at the farm in Saskatchewan when he was about 10.....that is 2 Maunder Minimums already gone.

    I do remember in the 70s when Calgary had -30 for 30 days......it was our claim to winter fame! We went to Australia for 3 weeks and missed most of it, but the snow was still there when we got back.....in March I believe.

    We are stuck in Alberta and can't get home to BC as the Trans Canada keeps closing due to accidents and people are stuck in their cars for hours - with my husband's oxygen tank capacity limited, we can't afford that risk, so I guess we may be here till Spring - at least our grandson hopes so. On the way here, the road was in the worst condition we have ever seen and I don't want to even try it right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurane View Post

    We are stuck in Alberta and can't get home to BC as the Trans Canada keeps closing due to accidents and people are stuck in their cars for hours - with my husband's oxygen tank capacity limited, we can't afford that risk, so I guess we may be here till Spring - at least our grandson hopes so. On the way here, the road was in the worst condition we have ever seen and I don't want to even try it right now.

    They've been advertising the Inogen on TV here for months now. Portable oxygen.

    ONLY $2,500 or so. If you have money to travel, you might have money for this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurane View Post
    If this is the Maunder Minimum, that is exactly what we can see for up to 30 years.....changes in weather which is not normal in any area. Colder/hotter/bad growing conditions. Same type of weather that my husband talks about when they used to slide out of their bedroom window on the house at the farm in Saskatchewan when he was about 10.....that is 2 Maunder Minimums already gone.

    I do remember in the 70s when Calgary had -30 for 30 days......it was our claim to winter fame! We went to Australia for 3 weeks and missed most of it, but the snow was still there when we got back.....in March I believe.

    We are stuck in Alberta and can't get home to BC as the Trans Canada keeps closing due to accidents and people are stuck in their cars for hours - with my husband's oxygen tank capacity limited, we can't afford that risk, so I guess we may be here till Spring - at least our grandson hopes so. On the way here, the road was in the worst condition we have ever seen and I don't want to even try it right now.
    Can he get one of those battery operated O2 concentrators? I see them advertised down here. I assume that they can be recharged from the car battery.
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    Here it was a warm +9F this morning.

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    We just now made it above zero for the first time in 4 or 5 days. Tonight it goes back down and stays below zero until Tuesday.
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    I truly don't know how you guys up north keep you water pipes functioning. I just cannot imagine the battle to keep all of that flowing, along with heat in the house. My sister lives in PA, and her furnace never shuts off in that old house. She uses $800 to $1000 worth of fuel oil a month! It must take a lot of thought and planning every month.
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    Minus 18 this morning.

    Yep, just another reason besides the libitard yankees not to live up north....

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    Um........ my landlord is out in front of the building right now, trying to scrape ice off the sidewalk. Probably ain't gonna happen. Too damn cold. Aarghhhh....

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    2017-12-28 18:44:26 UTC

    The Arctic blast is so severe in Canada that only those above the age of 24 have ever experienced something of this magnitude during the period between Christmas and New Years. Air temperatures from Nunavut to Ontario have plunged well below zero Fahrenheit, with wind chills colder than minus-40 degrees Fahrenheit.

    The cold is so dangerous that it's caused authorities in Canada, a winter-hardened country with a significant presence in the Arctic, to cancel outdoor ice skating for fear of frostbite. Residents of some of the coldest areas in Alberta and Saskatchewan have reported cracking glass windows due to the bitterly cold air temperatures.

    In the U.S., the only warm spots are in the Southwest and southern Florida. In the Great Lakes region and Northeast, the Arctic air blowing across comparatively mild bodies of water gave rise to serene scenes of sea smoke dancing about the surface on Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

    Temperatures in upstate New York on Thursday morning plunged to minus-39 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the National Weather Service. On the summit of Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, where a weather observatory is staffed year-round, the wind chill was a staggering minus-88 degrees Fahrenheit.

    Cities such as Chicago, Detroit, New York, and Boston are seeing high temperatures in the low teens to single digits on Thursday, and computer model projections show several reinforcing shots of cold air set to move in through at least Jan. 10.

    Context of how cold this stretch is:

    If #Boston stays below 20F for 6 straight days, it'll be the longest streak in 100 years and 2nd longest on record.

    Yeah, it's cold. pic.twitter.com/poJBCmrWKH

    Eric Fisher (@ericfisher) December 27, 2017

    While many all-time cold temperature records are unlikely to fall, daily temperature milestones are being set since this is such a severe cold wave happening relatively early in the winter season. Several locations in the Northeast, including Boston, are likely to set a new daily record for the coldest high temperature on Thursday, for example.

    The cold is perhaps best considered from a national perspective. On Thursday, 43 percent of the lower 48 states are expected to see daily high temperatures remain below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.

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    eweather (@Eweather13) December 28, 2017

    A startling 13 percent of the country is forecast to see daily high temperatures stay stuck below 10 degrees, with 3 percent of the nation seeing high temperatures of below zero Fahrenheit. On Friday morning, the average low temperature across the country is forecast to be just 19.3 degrees Fahrenheit, based on National Weather Service projections.

    In some places, one has to go back as far as 100 years to find a cold outbreak this severe and long-lasting. For example, in Boston, if the temperature fails to rise above 32 degrees Fahrenheit for six days in a row, it would be the longest such streak in a century.

    In other words, the last week of 2017 is going to be one of Boston's coldest weeks in recorded history.

    It's probably fitting that 2017, which is widely regarded as a terrible year, is going out on such a miserable note.

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    MWObservatory (@MWObs) December 28, 2017

    Blame the Omega Block, Hudson Bay gyre, and bad luck

    As you're out trying to jump start your car in the morning, or enduring a bone-chilling walk to the subway, you can direct your cursing toward the sky high above the North Pacific Ocean. It is there that this weather pattern was first triggered, but there were many accomplices in this cold weather crime.

    A massive northward bulge in the jet stream, also known as a ridge, has set up across Alaska, bringing the state record warmth for this time of year. Temperatures have been above freezing in Fairbanks, where they're typically near or below 0 degrees Fahrenheit at this time of year, so we're talking some seriously anomalous mild air here.

    Alaska and much of the Arctic have been milder than average for this time of year, while Canada and the U.S. are experiencing near-record to record cold.

    In fact, North America is currently experiencing the most unusually cold air of any region on Earth right now.

    Lots more here if you can take it:

    http://mashable.com/2017/12/28/arcti...igid-new-year/



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    When driving to work yesterday morning the car registered -24. We have the woodstove and fireplace going which keeps the house quite comfortable, I do layer my clothes and use a throw to cover my legs while watching TV in the evenings.

    This is winter in the midwest, and we cope just fine.

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    New hash tag, "It's So Cold"



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    #ItsSoCold I actually saw a guy put a second pair of sagging pants on over the first pair.
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    It's colder than a mother in-law's kiss out there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebird View Post
    I truly don't know how you guys up north keep you water pipes functioning. I just cannot imagine the battle to keep all of that flowing, along with heat in the house. My sister lives in PA, and her furnace never shuts off in that old house. She uses $800 to $1000 worth of fuel oil a month! It must take a lot of thought and planning every month.
    Our water lines are buried 8' deep and are not usually affected. Septic systems on the other hand can freeze up if we don't have a good snow cover. I'm keeping my fingers crossed, we only have about 5" of snow on the ground. This will end up being two weeks in the deep freeze.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackpine Savage View Post
    Our water lines are buried 8' deep and are not usually affected. Septic systems on the other hand can freeze up if we don't have a good snow cover. I'm keeping my fingers crossed, we only have about 5" of snow on the ground. This will end up being two weeks in the deep freeze.
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