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Old 08-12-2004, 08:06 PM
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So, what happened to summer?

This is pretty weird weather. What happened to warm summer weather?
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Old 08-12-2004, 09:24 PM
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You're in Illinois just wait the weather will change any minute now.
But yes I agree this is the mildest summer I think I can ever remember. I don't mind the weather but the younguns are getting ticked about the fact we have only used the pool about half a dozen times this year.

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The low for tonight is 48*. I'm loving it!
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I'm not really liking this cold weather. The temps have been like 20 degrees below normal lately. At least it hasn't been rainy. Perfect weather for me would be mid-80s, sunny, no wind!
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You gotta love it! Lots of people "complaining" about it being cold now and it's 50-something. Just wait until January with that wonderful wind off the lake.
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Dang JohnT, mid-80s and no wind?!?!?!? I'm sweating like a pig by then!
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Alright guys, I came from 115 degree summer days where the nights cool down to a balmy 95 degrees. I came to Illinois to visit last October and this is what it felt like. I was only wondering what happened to the warm days of summer.....This IS nice weather to be having. And yes, am already having nightmares of what this winter will be like........
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1/2 my life om working on my truck - the other half Im waiting for the weather to get better so I can be comfortable on my 1998 HARLEY FLHTPI (touring cop bike built to my satisfaction by me)
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And yes, am already having nightmares of what this winter will be like........
I want LOTS of snow!
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Old 08-17-2004, 04:55 PM
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Ok NascarNut. You can have lots of snow. So long as it doesn't scare me too awfully much. My Dad would be terribly disappointed if I run back to Arizona screaming......
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Is 2 feet to much? Ice is really fun too!

Shoot, if you get scared drag your dad to Arizona with you!
I really do like it out west though, the mountains are beautiful.
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Two feet? Is that all? Ice? Bring out the skates!
Truthfully. I do get homesick for the west. Then, I think about what's there and I am very glad to be here. Even more tickled that the nightmares have stopped. I honestly think Dad would move heaven and earth to keep me from going back to Az. He knows I don't have any reason to go back.
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