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    Well...De frost am on de punkin today. Be glad that you aren't coming to Tampa until the weekend. It should be only a little cooler than normal by then.

    Today it's C-O-O-O-L-D, with forcast lows in the 20's.

    Cold air is more dense, and provides more lift when flying my little airplane. It's so cold today that it took off by itself. (And it was still roped to the tie downs)

    ....I gotta move south.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon Adelstone View Post
    Well...De frost am on de punkin today. Be glad that you aren't coming to Tampa until the weekend. It should be only a little cooler than normal by then.

    Today it's C-O-O-O-L-D, with forcast lows in the 20's.

    Cold air is more dense, and provides more lift when flying my little airplane. It's so cold today that it took off by itself. (And it was still roped to the tie downs)

    ....I gotta move south.
    And that would be Cuba!
    Last edited by Jack_Reznicki; 01-03-2008 at 12:04 PM. Reason: Language in quote
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    NOAA has -1° for my area on Thursday night.... Your little plane would be flying real high!!
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    Leon it's not cold till it has a minus sign in front of it! We predicted to get to about -8 or possibly lower tonight but I've seen worse. The weekend we moved from Minnesota back to Wisconsin 23 years ago it never got above 0 and the lows were around -30 without the wind chill! Now that's cold!

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    You think it's cold up there in NH??? Nah, - try 32F and 200% humidity !!!
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    Actually supposed to freeze tonight down here in Naples. 50's here today. Have the plants covered as best I can. Gonna be back into the 70's in a day or so. Look forward to meeting some of the forum regulars in Tampa. I've been taking a break from the DWF and lurking here from time to time of late.

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    My furnace just gave up the ghost tonight....I thought it was just a little chilly until I looked and it was about 55. I went down to the studio and got a couple of space heaters to get me through the night.

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    After the Ice Storm in San Antonio, how much worse can it get?
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    Hey Michael, DON'T TEMPT FATE !!! You never know. Can you imagine a repeat of San Antonio in Tampa??? It could happen (no one expected to be iced in in San Antonio either). How much were you delayed in San Antonio? we got stuck only one extra day.
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    My plane left San Antonio as scheduled, Wednesday.

    I am visiting relatives just south of Sarasota - 35 temps now. Warming soon.
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