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Re: so I am wondering....

That is the way ours was the night it snowed.  Was in the 70's in the  a.m. 
and by late afternoon it was 36 degrees.  BRRRRRRRRRRRR.  Then  that evening it 
snowed!  Thankfully we didn't drop down below freezing  though.  
Saw the other day that the high in Montana was minus 35.   HIGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
 I could have died.  I dont' even know how people,  much less animals can 
live in such cold.  My car has a fit if it is below  50.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/15/2008 8:23:31 AM Central Standard Time,  
justjess01@gmail.com writes:

Yesterday my husband and I got up early to take care of the  outside
animals...it was 72 degrees around 2:00.  We put heaters in  the water tanks,
cleaned out the chicken house and put water inside there  with a heat lamp,
amped up my heat in the greenhouse, put thermal blankets  on all the horses.
By 3:30 p.m., it was 34 degrees and dropping.  Ice  starting coming down at
9:30 p.m..   I am working from home  today, the roads are horrible.  It's 18
degrees this  morning.Yuck.

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