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Re: NE weather was-Snow, Eva?

Right about that Kitty. Last month Maine was warmer than both my daughters experienced in MD & IN. Very strange. our arctic air should come to an end by friday or saturday when western mini warm fronts will be stronger than the arctic fronts so we warm up to above 0:. It is now -8: outside at midnight & time for bed.


Kitty wrote:

For a change we have a bit of snowcover here in neIN.  We did last year,
too, but it was even colder here then.  Before that we had little snow cover
and always had a January thaw.  Sort of makes you rethink this global
warming stuff, eh?

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