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Still below freezing but we'd gotten enough sun that the big melt had started, THANK GOODNESS!
Friday afternoon we FINALLY got back above freezing after 252 hours below freezing, a record for here. I was one of he lucky ones, I only lost cable, landline & Internet. A lot of folks here lost water & electricity. Thankfully, I have no pipe damage, the kiddos & I had natural gas and electric and the water stayed dripping. These are the icicles from the edge of the roof to the plants.
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I'll agree on that one!


Wow....that's quite the list of records. Fingrs crossed nice weather will also break a record! ♥☺♥

Our paper this morning ran a list of the records we broke this week weather-wise.
Here are the records we know that were broken or tied:
252 hours of freezing
23 inches of snow for the season, 6.5 inches better than the 1972-73 record
14.9 inches of snow Feb. 14, a daily record
Low Feb. 14: 5 (tied)
Low maximum temperature Feb. 15: 13 degrees
Low Feb. 15: Minus-1
Low Feb. 16: Minus-4 (tied)
Low Feb. 19: 5
Some of these records went back to 1895.

No joke!


Those are records you can do without! ☺☺

This is also the snowiest winter on record. We've already had 23" of snow! Enough already!

We are finally above freezing, and they are long gone!


Wow, those icicles are huge, better stay warm indoors in case they'll drop. Very dangerous to walk or stand under them!!!

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