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38░F at the house, 9░F at the airport!

By: jitterymoose , 10:39 PM GMT on December 07, 2006

I'm mmmeeeellllttttiiinnnggg..... (melting). It was so warm, I took the dog for a walk and didn't wear a jacket! Short sleeves all around! What a difference a few days (and a few feet in elevation) make! Of course, I know we'll still be in for at least -30s in January, but 38 at the moment feels like SPRING! :-)

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2. sandiquiz
7:04 PM GMT on December 08, 2006
Hi there,
Thanks for calling by my blog. Yup, we had quite a bad tornado yesterday, over a hundred folk will be without homes this Christmas.
I read in the morning paper that we have between 80 and 100 tornado's a year, which makes the UK the worlds most active, by size. Although the States get approximately 1000 every year, we are so much smaller!! Ours are not quite as severe as the ones that hit the USA.

Sorry about your Mum and the job in Ireland.
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1. DenverMark
11:57 PM GMT on December 07, 2006
Looks like just a bit of an inversion! I've never been to Fairbanks, but know it can warm up quite a bit in the hills while the airport stays cold.
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