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Just wondering how the weather is in your neck of the woods.
It's quite, not typical here, lol. It's been surprisingly warm (not that we haven't had Novembers like this before, it's still not expected). We've had rain, in fact we recently had rain that lasted a little over 24 hours and flooded the yards, streets, my garage and came just up to the door in some spots. It's only slightly snowed here and it didn't stick. Not that it could, the lake is too warm, and so is the ground.
For the most part we're seeing what we normally see at the end of winter. The kids are enjoying being able to go out, that's for sure. Not that nasty weather ever stops them. But it's been pretty nice, and muddy, around here.
I have a feeling we are in for one heck of a winter once it shows it's face.
You may be close to my neck of the woods. We've had two snows so far, with about a foot total accumulation. But, overall, temps have been way warmer and milder than normal for this time of year. I'm thinking this winter probably won't be too big a deal. Or maybe that's wishful thinking... this is our sixth winter in the great North, and I'm still getting adapted to it!
~Jennifer, wife of one, mom of many
Yeah I'm not far, I'm in Ohio. It's been in the 60's lately, today being the coolest at 58, rainy and very windy. Not so terribly strange that everyone is looking to the sky and thinking it's the apocalypse, but enough to make some folks scratch their heads. It's more often than not a good indicator that winter has something nasty in it's pocket for us. Every year we've seen a November, or December this warm we get slammed with a few blizzards that come with a good 4-5 foot snowfall each, lol. Or a super long lasting winter. I'd prefer the first. As long as we don't get an ice storm followed by a blizzard again like we did in 2008. Sucker knocked out power here for two weeks.
I'm in the far west in central Cali and the weather here is just about the same as it is the rest of the year. The highs are usually in the high 50's/low 60's for most of the year and it gets down to the low 40's/high 30's at night. It's because we are in the Bay area, if you go 30 miles inland they actually have the normal four seasons.
It had been running in the 60's until a few days ago now we are in the low 30's. We had a lot of rain the last few days which brought in the colder temps and flooding. We had snow for the first time this season last night, just enough to cover the ground. The ground temp was still too warm and all had pretty much all melted by this morning.