This is what I woke up to this morning. Knock, knock, they were still buzzing. Thought I would put a picture of the car in there too so that you all may share in my misery.....off to shovel :w:
1 1/2 hours south in Binghamton and we just got a dusting. -3 degrees this morning though.
I'm about tripolar thats for sure and its 8 out right now been like this for going in to the third day:(
6:45 PM, sun is down and it is still 70 degrees here. We need some cold!
You can have some of mine. -22 this morning at 7am. High for the day, -11. -18 now at 8:21 pm
A few weeks ago we had a cold week (lows in 20'sF, hardly going above 40F daytime). But now we're back to normal Winter temps: 80F day and 50F nighttime lows. I can certainly wait much longer for our Spring weather - that's when it starts getting near 100F in the daytime.
Long term weather from TWC said Feb will be unusually cool but March will probably be the warmest in many years, as well as April. They said 5 more weeks of spring!
When I think of all the woodenware I haven't built/repaired yet, spring seems very very close. -js
built mine last fall waiting on spring now
I am taking advantage of thirties to salvage wax out of frames I am decommissioning. What a mess and what a challenge not to track the wax into the house! I just love finding those little gobs of wax stuck to the hardwood and the trouble cleaning them off! I am not building yet because I have five hobbies too many in my garage and I can't afford to lose the room!
Vance, Take some ice in a plastic bag (to keep the wood dry) and set it on top of the wax gobs. Use a plastic credit card to pop the cold wax off the floor or counter, etc.
Oswego - hard winds and lake effect snows and the usual lakes micro climate - I feel for ya!