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Bigtime sustained rain for the region today (tues 4/14). Should dip in to the 50s around town. Looks like a couple of nice days around 70 after today though.

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I need that 6 weeks where I don't heat or cool the house, just leave windows open

 

Best time of the year. Nothing better than a nice breeze going through the house.

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Last week and this week here in CT has had to be the first time we've had actually good spring weather (60s). I love it :) after this brutal winter I was ready for warm days.

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Last week and this week here in CT has had to be the first time we've had actually good spring weather (60s). I love it :) after this brutal winter I was ready for warm days.

I don't know how you do it. In fact, I don't know how i do it living in Va. It's still too cold for me here.

California beckons...

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California beckons...

 

I don't have AC in my house. I also didn't have to run the heat at all during the winter. Windows open and sea breezes year round!

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I don't have AC in my house. I also didn't have to run the heat at all during the winter. Windows open and sea breezes year round!

 

 

Yep.  My gas and electric bill, combined... about 85 bucks a month.  

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Yep.  My gas and electric bill, combined... about 85 bucks a month.  

 

Sure sounds like CA!

 

My gas and electric runs about $45 a month. Somehow it was $8 this month...no joke :shrug:

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That subsidizes the $5K a month you spend on San Fran's many fine restaurants, I'm sure.

 

San Fran does have fine restaurants, right?

 

can blow $5k a month on figs... 

 

at 2nd tier dives that were cool last year....

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It's 60 degrees here, sunny.  Which is weird.

Going to be awesome all weekend, culminating in 70 degrees on Sunday.

 

Fish, here come the goon family!

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So much for the clouds forecasted, completely blue sky...gorgeous out. Not ruling out clouds later, but right now it's almost damn perfect. Tomorrow we could get some rain, but it otherwise looks good, and Saturday might reach 80 with what looks like clear skies.

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Would love to have even half the rain and yeah I'm saying it, snow that others have and are getting right now. Beautiful daytime temperatures mind you, but precipitation would be nice too.

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72 degrees, sun feels the hottest it's been this year, but decently sized clouds moving over the DMV at 1:30pm. Chance of pop up showers in to tonight.

Again, tomorrow, 80 degrees and partly sunny. Not expecting rain but we've been hit by a couple surprises this month. I'd say 5% chance of showers tomorrow, lol.

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It was nice out yesterday. It appears to be nice out today. It's nice to have the sun out like this instead of bitter cold in March. 

 

Spring and Summer are definitely better than Winter for sure. Sit back at Nats Park and have a cold one, fellas. You can't do that in Winter. 

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So much rain in the Charlotte area. I feel like I moved to Seattle. It has literally rained for a week straight with a few hours here and there with no rain. I mowed the lawn in the rain this morning because if I didn't cut it today, it would take me twice as long next week. Jesus Christ dry up already.

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So much rain in the Charlotte area. I feel like I moved to Seattle. It has literally rained for a week straight with a few hours here and there with no rain. I mowed the lawn in the rain this morning because if I didn't cut it today, it would take me twice as long next week. Jesus Christ dry up already.

When you posted this, a squall of heavy showers and thunderstorms was approaching Charlotte...bet you were just shaking your head...

Looks like you'll get a break from the downpour soon, but there's a nasty little squall heading through Tennessee that could hit you tonight.

Tomorrow afternoon/evening you could get hit too, but after that it looks like it'll stay dry on the east coast the next few days.

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So much rain in the Charlotte area. I feel like I moved to Seattle. It has literally rained for a week straight with a few hours here and there with no rain. I mowed the lawn in the rain this morning because if I didn't cut it today, it would take me twice as long next week. Jesus Christ dry up already.

Same here in ATL.  Hubby had to dig a trench in the back yard to get the water all running in the right direction...it was ending up in a pool under the deck.

I'm getting used to the "shoooosh" sound when cars go by.  :angry:

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Same here in ATL. Hubby had to dig a trench in the back yard to get the water all running in the right direction...it was ending up in a pool under the deck.

I'm getting used to the "shoooosh" sound when cars go by. :angry:

I had to unclog a couple of gutters. The rain was coming down so much the debris wouldn't clear.

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