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This is a discussion on 23 degrees in north Texas this morning within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; It was sunny and warm yesterday as I played golf with some friends. Today it's freezing cold and we may get some snow flurries. I'm ...

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    It was sunny and warm yesterday as I played golf with some friends. Today it's freezing cold and we may get some snow flurries. I'm already online looking at homes in Florida. I hope the folks in Florida don't mind having an Ultra-Conservative from NYC as their new neighbor??---Sturgis
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Y'all.
    Not in my back yard

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    It was -3 F here this morning. Thankfully we didn't get the 20-30mph wind that they predicted.
    I'm not going to complain too much. We you be under a foot of snow like 1991.

    Feel for those of you down south. Cold and snow are not the norm down there.
    Will always remember the mayor of Atlanta on the radio after a freak snow storm. He told everyone not to worry, they had 6 plows out and would have the roads open in a day or two.
    I live in a county with 50,000 people and the largest town is around 3000. They have more plows than that just in town!
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    82 yesterday, 36 today, in my neck of the woods. 🙁
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturgis View Post
    It was sunny and warm yesterday as I played golf with some friends. Today it's freezing cold and we may get some snow flurries. I'm already online looking at homes in Florida. I hope the folks in Florida don't mind having an Ultra-Conservative from NYC as their new neighbor??---Sturgis
    You will have to get that move approved by OldVet.
    He is in charge of the Florida Welcome Wagon
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    Quote Originally Posted by KILTED COWBOY View Post
    You will have to get that move approved by OldVet.
    He is in charge of the Florida Welcome Wagon
    As long as you don't panic and rush to the grocery store and buy enough food to last you 6 months in case
    you have to be house trapped due to the weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    Not in my back yard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sturgis View Post
    I hope the folks in Florida don't mind having an Ultra-Conservative from NYC as their new neighbor??---Sturgis
    Surely you jest!
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    It was 19 here this morning and I had the fun of busting holes in the ice for the cows. That's a job that usually waits until Feb, but not this year - it's gonna be a long, miserable Winter - especially for a hot weather person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    I have found that one gator does the work of ten landmines. A chicken leg now and then and they're glad to pull sentry duty.
    Darn right and they scare off all door to door salesmen and meter readers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornhusker95 View Post
    Not in my back yard

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    It gets too cold in LA (Lower Alabama) for the Burmese Pythons and the gators go into hibernation this time of year
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    We do keep a watchful eye in these parts for.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by rlggray View Post
    82 yesterday, 36 today, in my neck of the woods. 🙁
    I feel your pain!!!!
    92 yesterday 38 today. Dogs have been looking at me crossed eye everytime I show them the door to go pee.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit212 View Post
    I feel your pain!!!!
    92 yesterday 38 today. Dogs have been looking at me crossed eye everytime I show them the door to go pee.
    Our dog doesnt pee on our door, did they just start doing that or did you show them first? Where Im from we still teach the dog to go outside even when its cold


    Im loving this cold weather, bring it on!

    Finally got some yard work done without passing out due to -> Climate heating up cause yall eat cows and ride in air planes! Bwwaaa ha ha haaaa
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5lima30ret View Post
    Supposed to be 28F tonight plus the added bonus of 25-30 mph winds and I am only 9 miles from the Gulf of Mexico!
    That is no good! Ruins my idea of Lower Alabama! That is where I go to escape the cold.

    It was nine degrees this morning here in Mid-MO. I was outside before sunup messing around and was able to assist the neighbor with a vehicle that was contrary to start. He thought he could put off replacing his battery... Glad that silliness with the artic blast this early will pass in the next few days. The Missouri firearms deer season starts this Saturday and I would just as soon as not have to place a heater in my blind. Never have had to before, but I am getting o-o-l-l-d-d-d. Ha, ha, my wife says that I was 75 when she married me and I haven't got any younger. That was over 42 years ago, so I guess I'm 117 now.

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