I was just going to ask that same question......We have had more 80 PLUS degree days this winter....than some summers up here.
Now it is spring, and getting cold again.
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My wife and I laughed about this today, We bought sled for the grand kids. As we live on a big hill. Everyone around slide off our hills here. Laughed and told her when we bought it at Lowes in Nov, That after buying it we would not have a winter. This fall I plan on buying 2 more and as Snow Shovel hope it works again.
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Because of Silver's weather 'gurus' grim forecast, and a long white winter last year, I sprung for a 35 HP Kioti tractor with a 5', rear pull snow blower. That did it. Winter up until about 2nd week of March was non existent, then we've had some good catch-up. Here it is co-habitating with my model trains. We had 2 feet of the white stuff a few days ago.
Because of Silver's weather 'gurus' grim forecast, and a long white winter last year, I sprung for a 35 HP Kioti tractor with a 5', rear pull snow blower. That did it. Winter up until about 2nd week of March was non existent, then we've had some good catch-up
Jefe: wow! Nice. If you don't use it, we will ....to shovel pollen ! Its 81F here currently (about 38F above normal). Just got the peas and carrots planted; we put in 2 cranberry bushes yesterday.
The "terrible winter" is now the winter that was not (with exception of the Canadian Rockies region, and high-elevation Oregon).
But, on the bright side we have been getting some desperately needed moisture.
....we haven't had more than about 11 millimeters of precip since early/mid March! We are as dry as the Southwest here in our region (100 km and more east of Montreal). That frontal precip from the mid-west entirely missed us overnight (it did hit Montreal 100 kilometers to the west of us, however) !
Not a spec of rain, just wave after wave of pollen and dust driven by 35-MPH winds (our trees are not leafed-out yet-- net even close, so nothing to mitigate the wind/dust)...Oh! We did hit 83.4F yesterday! At 11 PM last night, it was still 78F