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Thread: Winter predictions

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    I haven't seen any wooly worms yet, and I don't have a persimmon tree. Any Predictions of what this winter will be?

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    wow...haven't seen any of those wooly worms either.
    Hmm...I'm afraid to hear what kind of winter we'll have this year. lol I live in the snow belt and we have plenty of snow when we don't have a bad winter. I'm so glad I quilt because I love it and always stay busy no matter what time of year it is.

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    The only one I have seen was all a light yellowish color.

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    Our local weatherman said this will be year #2 of the La Nina and the second year is usually worse than the first. Oh Oh.

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    In the south we have loads of acorns. If that means anything I would think cold. More acorns, more food for the squirrels to eat.

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    I heard its suppose to a very bad one with lots of snow storms, I am not looking forward to it at all.

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    I've seen the wooly cattipilliars and they don't have a wide dark center, just a blure of something. never seen them look this way before.
    I'm buying new shovels.

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    Centre County in PA just had almost two inches of snow. Here in Eastern PA we've had rain almost every day during September. I hate to think what the winter will bring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Patches
    The only one I have seen was all a light yellowish color.
    The only one I saw - so far - was also only yellow. Squeak (the cat) was watching it.

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    I don't know anything about woolly worms, but we have already had two record breaking winters here in Ireland. After the first, I thought nothing could top that, then the second came along and DID!

    I don't think I can bear the thought of a third.

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