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Re: Weather, weather, weather

Got back from Austin TX last night around midnight. Made it in with the plane landing in autopilot because of the fog- but at least we weren't diverted! Texas was freezing- literally! At least my sister warned me and I brought a coat. It was 22-28 degree for half of the week! Brrrr! Theresa

Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

In a message dated 12/20/2004 4:56:59 PM Eastern Standard Time, jsinger@igc.org writes:
Man! Cold here today. Some more inland places south of us expecting frost tonight.

You think that's cold? It wsa 12.3 degrees here when I got up this morning, and hasn't been above 16 degrees all day. Right now it's 10.5 and may go
near zero tonight. Very light snow last night, preceeded by rain, so there was a glaze underneath. Not nice, but it's better to have even a light snow
cover when temps are that low. But here's what's crazy. It is predicted to
be in the 50s on Wednesday. Weird weather.
At least we are just about up to the winter solstice, so days will begin to
get longer soon. I realize that one reason I have been feeling so down
lately is the very dull weather combined with the short day-length. SAD
(seasonal affective disorder) has always been a problem, but seems worse
this year. Stay warm,
Auralie - NY

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