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  1. 47of74

    Just Wait a Few Days

    The old saying is if one doesn't like the weather in Iowa just wait a few days. We're not in the part of Iowa that's under a watch but my sister is down in Waukee.
  2. 47of74

    Warming Up in Parts of Iowa

    Next week parts of Iowa are going to be getting up close to or in the low 70s. Not the part of Iowa I live in which is going to be about 10 degrees cooler. Fornicate. The week after I was in Des Moines to cat and house sit my sister this happens. Mother Nature sucks sometimes.
  3. 47of74

    How cold is it?

    How cold is it here in Iowa? Cold enough I'm now getting messages saying hey plug in your car if you want it to start next time... Yeah, you know it's cold when you start getting those messages from GM.
  4. Yeah it's quite cold here in Iowa. The weather service says it's -8 here now. That's before wind chill. With the wind child it feels like -28 out. It's so cold out I'm getting alerts from GM that the cold might immobilize my vehicle if it's not plugged in. I wish I could escape to a warm climate right now.
  5. 47of74

    Brrrrr

    It was minus 17 when I woke up this morning. Currently it’s minus 15 out. That’s before windchill comes in to. We’ll have to see if we can get up above zero today. I must be crazy since I’m looking to move further north now.
  6. Yeah, mother nature you can stop anytime now. And of course after this the precipitation goes away but it's supposed to get really cold around here. So looking forward to spring now.
  7. 47of74

    Coming Attractions

    We didn’t get much snow Saturday night. We just had a couple inches here in Iowa and most of it was clear by noon. Of course they’re still saying we’ll have a snowpocalypse on Monday and Tuesday so we’ll have to see what happens then.
  8. 47of74

    After the storm

    Well the latest storm has passed through on its way out east. We had about 7.4 inches where I live. Looks like the heaviest snow was in the Cedar Rapids, Williamsville, Charlotte, and Solon areas with 11 inches of snow. My sister in Waukee said they had about 10 inches where they were. And of course some moron was clocked going 114 miles an hour on Interstate 35 cause they wanted to get back to school.
  9. 47of74

    There be a snowstorm a brewin'

    We had just over an inch of snow yesterday around here. Road conditions went downhill fast. My dad said he measured about 1.2 inches this morning. And tomorrow the forecasters are thinking we're going to get hit with some heavy snow here in eastern Iowa. Right now they think we'll get anywhere from 3 to 8 inches with higher amounts possible in places. Yay. So tonight after dinner I'm going to head in to get some provisions. Including the dijion potater salad I'm craving once again.
  10. 47of74

    Sunrise at the Solstice

    We’ve had a couple days of great sunrises. Especially yesterday morning. I took this as the sun was starting to appear yesterday.
  11. 47of74

    Our first Winter 2020 snow storm

    We had our first snowstorm of the season here Friday into Saturday. There was anywhere from 4.5 inches up to a little over 9 inches of snow. (We were in the spot that had 9 inches). They had about 50 cars going off the road during the storm. I went in town Friday afternoon to send in my work computer and take care of a couple other things. Including getting dinner for Saturday in case the weather was still bad Saturday evening. It was pretty much over by noon on Saturday and the roads were fine later that afternoon. I went out and got a bunch of pictures yesterday so I'd have good
  12. We had about 2.5 inches of snow last night into this morning where I am here in Iowa and our first winter weather advisory of the season locally. As usual with early season snowfalls it probably won't last all that long and melt right away. I knew something weather related was about to hit the fan yesterday when I saw a DOT truck out on the highway spraying down the northbound lanes with pre-treat and the southbound lanes had the streaks from that treatment already. If it does melt by Thursday I might be able to get my morning socially distant turkey trot in then.
  13. 47of74

    Warm November day

    Currently it’s 72° F here in Dubuque. So I’m sitting at the winery on their patio having a cold one. No one else here right now and no TVs with the latest news on either. It’s a bit windy out but otherwise not too bad. Not too many more nice days like this for a while so sitting out here beats the fuck out of waiting for the inevitable. (Which hopefully is fuck face finding out he’s a one term Pres and future convict). And I got a good ride in today as well.
  14. 47of74

    First snow of the season

    Got some snow this morning here in eastern Iowa. It was coming down pretty good this morning but most of it didn't stick since the ground is still fairly warm. Looks like the next few days the weather will be cold and windy before warming up a bit by Thursday. Mother Nature, couldn't you have waited until November before doing all this.
  15. 47of74

    Out with the AC for the season

    Yesterday I decided to pull out the window AC from my room. Because of the way the HVAC in the house was laid out my room doesn't get as much from the HVAC as the rest of the house, and I didn't want to switch to another room just because of that after fixing it up the way I liked. So in the summer I have a window unit in and in the winter a space heater going. So if it's 1000 degrees in the shade next week in Iowa, here's why. We have a joke here in Iowa that one can experience all four seasons in the same week, if you don't like the season just wait a day or two and your p
  16. 47of74

    Now the rain hits

    Last night into today we got two inches of rain. That might make the yard perk up again since it's been kind of dry lately so when I get back from Des Moines I might have some grass to cut. I haven't had to mow the lawn in a couple weeks because of how dry it's been, which slows the growth down quite a bit. (That just prompted me to ask my sister in law if she's still interested in learning how to run the mower here like she offered one time. If I have to move for work then I'd want someone nearby who can help my parents with the lawn). And of course they're saying rain both up here
  17. 47of74

    We got hit by a derecho

    We had a line of thunderstorms roar through Iowa today. Bunch of trees are down throughout the state and a number of buildings were damaged - all by the high winds. Here's a slideshow of some of the damage from the NBC station, and one from the ABC station. A couple spots in our yard had some water but we didn't have much damage here. We didn't lose any trees or have other damage. My sister had called us from Des Moines to let us know the storms were pretty bad so we were able to bring chairs and stuff inside beforehand.
  18. 47of74

    Yeah summer is here now

    Yes summer has arrived. Supposed to be up in the high 80s and 90s (plus 30c) the next couple weeks. I think most of my bike riding for the next couple weeks will be early in the morning or later on in the day. Most of my trips around the yard on the industrial strength salad shooter (aka the lawnmower) will also be in the evening. Too goddamn hot out to be fooling around outside right now.
  19. 47of74

    The insects have arrived

    Now that it's getting warmer out the insects are out in force now. Had to get a trusty bottle of bug soother from the local Hy-Vee to hose myself down with before going out on rides or walks to keep from having all the bugs (gnats, flies, etc) away. Still I almost feel like I have to do this some days before heading out....
  20. Winter isn't quite done with Iowa yet. We had snow off and on all day. It didn't amount to much and did not stick though when it hit the ground. What little did stick melted right away once the snow came out. I went for a quick bike ride this afternoon and the pavement was dry. Of course the wind gusts probably helped with that. On Easter Sunday it looks like we could have some more snow which might even be accumulating. A few inches are possible. I do have to say since we're all going to be stuck at home anyways this would be a good year for it. Save the nice weather on Easter f
  21. The old saying here in Iowa is if you don’t like the weather forecast just wait 24 hours. It’ll either ge much better or worse. Case in point tomorrow. Yesterday it sounded like we were going to get hit with a snowpocalypse here. Fast forward 24 hours and now it looks like most of it is going south of us.
  22. And the forecast around here is so cold tonight that I got the first one of these alerts for the season... It's supposed to drop to about -8 below tonight. Cold enough to freeze one's reproductive equipment off along with other extremeties. Have I mentioned lately my desire to be back in Lima, Peru lately?
  23. 47of74

    After the storm

    Last Friday in to Saturday we had freezing rain followed by a couple inches of snow here in Iowa. Where I live we had two inches of snow by Saturday morning. Not much but enough to cover the ground and make travel interesting. It was mostly done by Saturday evening but I had picked up pizza since I didn't want to risk going out and having the weather take a turn for the crappy. It sounds like tomorrow we're going to have some freezing drizzle which has the potential to make the morning commute interesting. At least with my new job they allow me to work from home when the weather is ba
  24. 47of74

    Winter is coming

    In the GoT sense too Looks like I'll be sticking round the house Saturday.
  25. News reports are coming in from Illinois, Michigan, Indiana and Ohio of a huge flash of light and earth shaking booms. They're saying it was a meteor. My question...how does a meteor that size get THIS close and we have no warning??!
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