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Thread: My December Forecast...

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    Senior Member LoupEsprit's Avatar
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    My December Forecast...

    Screenshot from Accuweather. Just had to share. I want a white christmas for once!

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    ~Megan
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    Our December forecast is low 30's to low 40's. How do you even know it's winter there? LOL

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    LOL I'm wearing a sweater! But I'm a native, too.
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    Oh we know when it is winter when it gets below 78. LOL

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    Aw, come on you Guys! First you need to get 32 degrees or colder, then throw some rain into it. 80 degrees on Christmas Day just won't do it. lol

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    I will trade you the cold weather for yours!!I grew up in Arizona and even went swimming on Christmas day one year. I don't like cold!!!

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    I have an extra room if you want to head to New England. Hope you don't mind a house at 60/64 inside and an occasional -20F.

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    hehe, this is why my 'hint' for the table runner swap was that my partner lived somewhere colder than me... everywhere is colder than here; even most of arizona! Tucsonquilter - didn't Sierra Vista get snow a year or two ago??
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    The colder the better for me. I don't want that kind of heat here in the summer, although it does get real hot here. The month of December should be cold, dreary and lots of snow.
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    I want to move somewhere with actual 'seasons'.... you know, green spring, warm summer, colorful fall, white winter. Here it's Hot, hotter, less hot, and not quite as hot.
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