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"Home Of The World's Worst Weather"

Discussion in 'Exploring everything under the sun!!' started by Okrazie1, December 27, 2004.

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    1. Okrazie1

      Okrazie1 Elite Zoom Zoomer!

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      It's amazing to think that there is a spot in the United States which gets such extreme weather. As I write this, the temperature there is -18.7° F, winds of 86 MPH with gusts to 90 MPH, and a wind chill of -58° F :eek: . Brrrr!!
       
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      LOGJOCKY Well-Known Member

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      i was in jasper boarding yesterday and it went from -35 with windchill to -5 with no wind in a matter of 15 mins...great bording after that
       
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      it was -33 here on christmas day, luckily no winds. People who have been here a while claim -40 to -50 from jan to feb is the norm. Oh that and the whole no daylight thing :confused:

      :chug: :chug:
       
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      I laugh at our local Louisville weather "storm team reporting..." They wouldn't know a storm if it carried them off to OZ with Toto and the Tin Woodman...

      The entire city is FREAKING OUT becasue it both snowed and got cold at the same time. Almost everything has been shut down since last Thursday... Back up in Wisconsin, this would have been some pretty good winter days... :D We got about 12" of snow - and temps dropped to around zero - hardly any wind - and sunshine once the snow was done. That is GREAT winter weather for most of the north... Here, they shiver and cuss.

      I went out playing with my truck and sking on REAL snow for once...
       
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      lol i thought seatle before i even opened up the thread.
       
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      It's -19 here right now. We are fortunate enough not to get strong winds in winter, maybe a windchill of only 10 more degrees max, and that is rare.
       

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