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The sun is setting noticeably earlier in the evening, and I needed my flannel pj's when I had breakfast on the patio this morning.....Just saying biggrin.gif


Edited by Trekchick - 8/22/11 at 9:47am
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I have been rocking the hoody for the early morning activities the last week or so... biggrin.gif

 

Also the prevalence of what ski for me threads is a clear sign, winter is coming.


Edited by tromano - 8/22/11 at 9:49am
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Not here in SE PA! Wicked T-storms all weekend. I was expecting to see trout on my back lawn...

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Of course, Northern CA is always due for a mid-to-late September heat streak... seems to happen every year.

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Not here in SE PA! Wicked T-storms all weekend. I was expecting to see trout on my back lawn...


 

I love how it smells after a good thunder storm.  I really miss a good thunder storm.   But alas, I traded them for awesome snow storms.

 

post #6 of 19

Thunderbolts and lightning... very, very frightening me...

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Not here in SE PA! Wicked T-storms all weekend. I was expecting to see trout on my back lawn...


Same here in NM.  Here's a vid of our road taken from the front yard on Saturday:

 

I think there were salmon swimming upstream at one point.

 

post #8 of 19

Ahhh we've been getting down in the 50's at night here on the Appalachian Western Front; cooler weather coming must almost be time for Finndog's Closet Cleaning Sale.

post #9 of 19

That means the chance of me picking up surfing this summer is getting slimmer and slimmer.  I guess I'll just have to stick with skiing.

post #10 of 19

When I arrived at my race on Sunday pre-dawn I needed to throw on a light jacket.  So happy!  Too bad the chill didn't stick around and it was 80 degrees by the time I finished the race. Blech. 

post #11 of 19
Here in North Central PA its starting to cool off; I put my heater on in my car for a couple minutes this AM to warm up a bit. Got down to about 50 overnight. High School football season starts next week which is my barometer for the end of summer.
post #12 of 19

We might get down to 105 here today.

 

 

:D

 

 

post #13 of 19
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Its still warm here during the day, but the mornings and evenings are showing signs of the change of season, small as they may be, they are signs.

 

post #14 of 19

We almost hit 80 the other day, and in Seattle it hit 87!  This has been mostly a miserably cool and wet spring/summer here, though the last month has had temps in the high 60s and low 70s for the most part.

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Not sure what it's like in the Tahoe / Reno area today, but a couple of hours south here in Sonoma it feels a long way from winter... high 90's, ugh.

post #16 of 19

This is the 3rd evening I've been in my flannel PJ's. We had 48* this morning at the house. It's 60 and dropping now.

 

 

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Its still warm here during the day, but the mornings and evenings are showing signs of the change of season, small as they may be, they are signs.

 



 



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Not sure what it's like in the Tahoe / Reno area today, but a couple of hours south here in Sonoma it feels a long way from winter... high 90's, ugh.



Like I posted earlier.  We're still getting really warm temps (high 80-low 90's) during the day but its cooling off significantly at night.......feels very nice.

 

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Today I found condensation on the rear car window. Japanese maple trees started turning more than three weeks ago.

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I was cold after a two - two and a half hour swim last weekend.  My fingers were numb.  I had to have a hot shower when I got home.  Winter's coming.

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