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  • 23 here and the lake snow machine is up and working, guess its still winter to be 45 tomrrow

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    • 6 degrees is probably too warm to go ice fishing, right? Can you tell me what the weather is predicted to be Sunday night in Green Bay? The SeaChickens prefer being treated as guests!!

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      • ask Duke , hes bumming around and cant put any wood on the fire. so it might be a bit nippy!, cant them sea chickens handle the cold?

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        • Originally posted by pldairy View Post
          ask Duke , hes bumming around and cant put any wood on the fire. so it might be a bit nippy!, cant them sea chickens handle the cold?
          SeaChickens can handle anything, but lately they seem to go into molt in the middle of January!

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          • It should be mostly cloudy with temps in the low 20s Nice foot ball weather

            Packers may have a good record, but they have played like chitt.

            Its one of those games that somebody has to win. Then get their azzes handed to them by the 49ers

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            • Percy just heard on the local news where 2 tickets donated by Steve Mariucci , a former U.P. native and NFL coach , sold at auction for well over $700 for the Packer - Seachicken game . They could have been yours for the right bid Percy .
              I have several friends who attend a few Packer games . Especially during cold weather , I wouldn't go to a packer game even if the tickets and the beer was free , and they paid me !
              Last edited by dan11; 01-08-2020, 10:18 PM.

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              • Was a cold windy day here . Was down to 0 a couple hours ago . Up to 7 now . Supposed to warm up a lot and possible rain tomorrow . Don't need that .
                This time of year rain means ICE .

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                • Originally posted by dan11 View Post
                  Percy just heard on the local news where 2 tickets donated by Steve Mariucci , a former U.P. native and NFL coach , sold at auction for well over $700 for the Packer - Seachicken game . They could have been yours for the right bid Percy .
                  I have several friends who attend a few Packer games . Especially during cold weather , I wouldn't go to a packer game even if the tickets and the beer was free , and they paid me !
                  So now everybody knows why you live in da U.P., with 4 professional teams within 400 miles, and you voluntarily banish yourself to 9 months of solitude! Don't let the Maker's Mark freeze!!

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                  • It has been so nice here some dirt work is still going on. My tile guy just got done tilling some on my ground and has several places yet to do that he thinks he will get done.
                    The down side is if it is close to normal weather we think it is terrible cold.

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                    • cloudy and snow in am and rain in pm

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                      • just a normal day






                        here ----------------------dave



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                        • STILL to wet!!! to plant cover crop in fall stalks....sand where it was corn planted to wheat is still BLACK and firming yesterday...still tracks!

                          Has been mild to beautiful last few days...just NOT warm enough...those chilly 50ยบ days really are nice, but don't dry enough off the top lol

                          With this in the forecast, will hear some grumbling from Arkanas...lol....Game is still on up nort...

                          Valid 12Z Thu Jan 09 2020 - 12Z Sat Jan 11 2020

                          ...Heavy rain, flash flooding, and severe weather will ramp up on Friday
                          in the central U.S. ahead of a developing low pressure system...

                          ...Light snow and freezing rain are possible for portions of the Plains,
                          Mississippi Valley, and Great Lakes...

                          ...Colder than average for the West Coast to Northern Plains and much
                          warmer than average in the eastern half of the nation...

                          ...Heavy snow once again possible in higher elevations of the Northwest
                          Friday into Saturday...

                          An upper-level trough over the western half of the contiguous U.S. will
                          strengthen tonight and Friday as additional energy comes in. A frontal
                          system at the surface will move slowly through Friday as the trough
                          develops, before both features move eastward this weekend. Moisture from
                          the Gulf of Mexico will flow into the vicinity of the fronts, leading to
                          increasing rain chances today and especially on Friday for the Southern
                          Plains into much of the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. After rainfall of up
                          to an inch in those areas today into tonight, rainfall totals are forecast
                          to be 3 to 5 inches on Friday and Friday night in a swath from far
                          northeastern Texas to eastern Oklahoma, northwestern Arkansas, and
                          southwestern Missouri. Thus, there is a Moderate Risk of flash flooding in
                          those areas for Friday. Flood and Flash Flood Watches are in effect across
                          much of Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana ahead of the rainfall.
                          Additionally, the Storm Prediction Center has outlooked an Enhanced Risk
                          of severe weather on Friday for parts of the Southern Plains to Lower
                          Mississippi Valley.

                          On the backside of this system, light to moderate snow is expected in the
                          Intermountain West and Rockies today, spreading eastward tonight and
                          Friday. A wintry mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain is possible in
                          portions of the Southern/Central Plains into the Middle Mississippi Valley
                          and northeastward into the Great Lakes region Friday into Saturday after
                          the cold front drops the temperatures. Freezing rain amounts of over a
                          tenth of an inch are currently forecast for parts of Missouri into
                          southeastern Iowa.

                          The strong front will also lead to significant temperature anomalies
                          across the country. Ahead of the front, high temperatures will be 15 to 25
                          degrees above average from the Plains into the Mississippi, Ohio, and
                          Tennessee Valleys today, with low temperatures Friday morning more than 30
                          degrees above normal over a large part of that area--widespread record
                          high minimum temperatures are expected to be set over the next couple of
                          days. The Eastern Seaboard will join in on the warmth on Friday. Colder
                          than average temperatures are forecast for the western half of the
                          country, however, due to the first front and a secondary cold front which
                          is expected to reinforce the cold air. By Friday, high temperatures in the
                          single digits are forecast for the north-central tier of the nation.

                          Another low pressure system is forecast to approach the Northwest on
                          Friday, which combined with more upper-level energy will lead to heavy
                          precipitation. Rain is forecast for lower elevations of the Pacific
                          Northwest, with snow elsewhere from the Cascades to the Northern Great
                          Basin and Northern Rockies. Through Friday night, heavy snow of over 2
                          feet is expected in higher elevations of the Cascades, with the Northern
                          Rockies expecting snow totals in excess of a foot.


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                          • " Just a normal day". So it is raining again?

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                            • Just came in from outdoors , BRRRRR . Temp is at 28 but a really stiff south wind . Seems up here when that south wind first starts blowing its the coldest wind we can get . Comes right off Lake Mi . No snow or rain yet but they say freezing rain possible .

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                              • Same here, Dan.
                                It was warm here today. I worked outside on a trailer and was plenty warm. I went to the other farm just 30 miles north and man, was it COLD!

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