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  • Ontario Honker Hunter
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    -27C (-16F) and it's only 11:00 p.m. Will be minus thirty by morning. This is getting old!

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  • jhjimbo
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    -20F is not likely. The experts say the Arctic Vortex is because the Arctic is warming(ice shelf melting), warm air expands and rises and cold air falls - therefore the cold freeze for the U.S.
    The consensus of the experts is that we will see more severe storms and wider temperature swings.
    News just today is of a giant solar flare that will bring some temperate weather to us.

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  • PAShooter
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    I guess eliminating ticks is hopeful thinking. I did some research and it takes a week of -20 F to kill the little buggers. Insulating snow and leaf material could even prevent it with that temperature.

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  • wittsec
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    we're here in Nevada in the frigid 60 degrees. Hey, don't hate the messenger, remember we have crappy hunting opportunities out here.

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  • Pray- hunt-work
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    Mr. PA I hope you're right but we had a horrible tick problem in Maine over the last 12-15 years. Cold winters hadn't helped us as of yet...

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  • PAShooter
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    The only plus side I can think of to this cold here in PA is that I hope it will reduce the tick population. Our recent mild winters has allowed an explosion of the tick population. I never saw a tick when I was young. It was about 1975 before I saw my first one. It was a woods tick, not those little deer ticks.

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  • mspl8sdcntryboy
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    But it is supposed to get back up into the 70's during the weekend.

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  • mspl8sdcntryboy
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    It got down to around 3 degrees last night here in Georgia, it may have even dipped below zero in some places. That is the coldest it has been in 20 years here, surprisingly everyone is handling it quite well. In fact I'm even enjoying it a little, but it could use a little snow, no fun freezing if you can't play in it!

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  • jhjimbo
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    It is almost dark and about 50 ducks just flew by, looking for some place to land. They won't find any open water as it is 7 F right now. A short ways away is a pond with a lot of food around it so maybe they will find it. I could not tell what they were as it was too dark. They were on the small size.

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  • habben97
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    I am going ice fishing Thursday. it will be nice to do something outside besides chores for once. Ive been staying inside as much as I can for the last couple days. right now ( 4:40 pm 1-7-14 ) the temp is 3 degrees. brrrr is right.

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  • country road
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    Here in SW Alabama it is-----
    Colder than a well digger's belt buckle.
    Colder than a witch's heart.
    Cold enough to freeze the balls off a brass pool table.
    Far colder than the temperatures to which I am accustomed. I'm working the fireplace overtime and am glad I cut more firewood that I thought I needed. Hasn't gotten more than two degrees above freezing for the third day in a row. Treestand, Santa and I ain't used to this and it makes our old bones shiver.

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  • jhjimbo
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    I just got off the phone with a friend in Northern MN. He said it has been snowing heavy for a day and it is up over your waist. Temperature is falling like a rock and almost gale force winds. The wife has done nothing but stand there looking through the kitchen window, he says if it gets much worse he may have to let her in.

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  • Clay Cooper
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    Warmer in Alaska than here in NW Arkansas

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  • Carl Huber
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    Awoke to somewhat of a record here in NY. Turns out it was the fourth coldest spot on planet Earth. Went outside and became a believer.

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  • labrador12
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    Drudge has a link to a snowy owl spotted in Florida. 400 ppm co2 and snowys are seen for the third time in history in Florida. Paging Algore!!

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