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    Is it cold enough for you now!

    Hi All

    We hit -27 Celcius here this morning at 7am. There was quiet a spread of temperature across the Greater Toronto Area. Barrie a place to the north of me apparently recorded -33 celcius.

    What a Artic blast. Current temp outside has warmed up. At 10:40am eastern time it is now -19 celcius.

    Dont see any brrrrrrr....emotion icons so I guess I will go for a hot come of Java
    cheers

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    whats that in farhen hieght rob?
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    Celsius to Fahrenheit:

    Therefore:

    F
    =-19 * 9/5 + 32

    F
    = (-19 * 9) / 5 + 32

    F
    = (-171) / 5 + 32

    F
    = (-34.2) + 32

    F = -2.2
    F (Or 34.2 below freezing)



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    -4 here now at 10 am. Supposed to get the COLD air tomorrow, -1 with -30 wind chill, tomorrow night is supposed to be -11 without any windchill. Saturday will be a balmy 20 (50 degrees warmer makes 20 feel balmy!).
    Sending it your way Larry.
    They are releasing school today at 11:30, county says they can't keep up with the blowing snow and are going pull off of the roads for a while. So talk to you from home later today after I run my PM bus route in the AM!!
    Jon

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    This link will take you to a great temp chart.

    http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/...mpconvert.html

    If it is below 70* fahrenheit, it is COLD!
    Aloha,

    What goes around, comes around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    whats that in farhen hieght rob?
    Hey Larry thats nearly -17 in Farenheight terms. Wish we had an smile icon for frosty.
    cheers

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    Yup, it's COLD alright, 33 this morning, 51 right now with a high of 57 predicted (don't think we'll make it). Low tonight 30, with a low of 27 for tomorrow night. What's happenning !!

    What happened to the global warming theory ??
    Is it being replaced with the second ice age?

    Tony, BCE '75

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Townend View Post
    Celsius to Fahrenheit:

    Therefore:

    F
    =-19 * 9/5 + 32

    F
    = (-19 * 9) / 5 + 32

    F
    = (-171) / 5 + 32

    F
    = (-34.2) + 32

    F = -2.2
    F (Or 34.2 below freezing)
    My granddaddies West Virginia weather prognosticator has been the most accurate I know of. It's a 10 foot log chain.---Throw is on the road and if it crawls off you know its hot. Hang it in a tree and if it stands straight out the wind is blowing.

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    My shop is closed. Temps only hitting teens today, means no woodworking without heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Wilson View Post
    My granddaddies West Virginia weather prognosticator has been the most accurate I know of. It's a 10 foot log chain.---Throw is on the road and if it crawls off you know its hot. Hang it in a tree and if it stands straight out the wind is blowing.
    I'm going guess if it is wet, it is raining?



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