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Old 11-30-2012, 10:44 PM   #1
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First day of summer nice warm one nearly finished 5ltrs of water bloody warm at work
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:12 PM   #2
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It's actually pretty warm here in Chicago right now. Even supposed to get to about 60F this weekend.
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Pretty nice here too..been in the 60's...haven't even used my snow shovel yet this year.

Maybe Winter will forget to show up here at all.
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Warm.and dry i western colo as well
I have never seen the reservoirs as low as they are now.
It need's to snow alot soon or next summer it's going to be bad for irrigation fires and food prices.
The ski areas are suffering now,they are a big economic generator over here.
My wife is a ski instructor at Telluride and it is way down for reservations.
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Warm.and dry i western colo as well
I have never seen the reservoirs as low as they are now.
It need's to snow alot soon or next summer it's going to be bad for irrigation fires and food prices.
The ski areas are suffering now,they are a big economic generator over here.
My wife is a ski instructor at Telluride and it is way down for reservations.
Yup..Co is gonna be on fire again next year.
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