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Thread: Ohio Weather...A Taste of Spring

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    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.

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    Nice, i hope some of that warm weather makes its way to NW Pa., If not , enjoy it for me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.
    I'll be so glad when spring gets here, we've had enough winter.

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    The 30's-maybe even 40 we are supposed to get starting this weekend are sounding very welcome...it has been a long cold winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.
    No snow here but it's -2 this morning. Will be glad for some warm-up to get rid of the ice in my back yard.

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    They say we'll get above 32F in a few days, can't wait...I don't mind the snow, but it's been so windy and cold! Brrr!

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    cn't wait for the kids to get outside

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    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.
    That's NICE --- BUT --- where's the 20" of snow going to go?

    Hopefully not flooding basements, rivers, and streams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere
    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.
    That's NICE --- BUT --- where's the 20" of snow going to go?

    Hopefully not flooding basements, rivers, and streams.
    Oh, don't even SAY that! :lol: My Gammill is in the basement, and I have had that problem two other times! NOT pretty......

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    I will believe it when I feel it because to me the Cleveland weather people are always wrong. They are always over blowing every weather event so when it hits 50 I will eat a chocolate donut

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    Every year I get itchy about starting my veggie and flower seeds too early. I have my seeds, pots, soil etc. all looking at me and saying "Come On". But I realize its still February and we can't plant outside til May. They say if I start now they will be well grown and vigorous. I think they are winning, but for now I'll distract myself with more sewing while looking at the snowdrifts outside the window. :)

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    We are to get in upper 30's today with a chance of high 40's to low 50's on Valentine's day.
    The sun is shining here now with a slight breeze.
    I will be glad ice & snow will be leaving, but than I have to deal with mud, & that is better than snow , ice & salt.
    Have a wounderful day all !!

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    We have maybe 3-4" on the ground, so will be ok here.Cross your fingers for other states with worries about snowpack.I'm ready for the 50's...can open a window if it's not windy.

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinghere
    Quote Originally Posted by plainpat
    Snow tomorrow...maybe, but what does it matter when we'll have temps in the 50's next wk? Sounds lovely to me, a taste of Spring.
    That's NICE --- BUT --- where's the 20" of snow going to go?

    Hopefully not flooding basements, rivers, and streams.

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    Ummm...can we share? Weather forecast comes from Columbus here. The "storm team" is always going on & on about 2" of snow & they get all fired up if it's gonna get down to 0 in Jan LOL.My fav forecast in Jan/Feb is when they say it'll be "breezy".

    Quote Originally Posted by Hosta
    I will believe it when I feel it because to me the Cleveland weather people are always wrong. They are always over blowing every weather event so when it hits 50 I will eat a chocolate donut

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