Saturday, March 16, 2024

LIKE I SAY .........

 

Here is the simple reason ........i live in florida .....sun.....sun....sun ....i hate the  cold  .....nothing grows in the cold.......  nothing!!!!! .......if you like to cut logs....... live  most of the year....... and  freeze ....your a  fucking psycho ........only polar bears ...... seals...... and  penguins ..........and  such like animals....... are designed to live in cold  weather  .....you are not  a fucking  penguin /seal/polar bear .....no sireeeee bob !!!!!!!.......we are not   designed to live in cold  .......otherwise  we  would not egt hypothermia  .....this  tells  us we  are meant to live in the sun ........i never  ever  liked  cold  and i was  born in scotland   .....i knew from a child ........ that was never my gig .........i mean  good luck chuck....... if  that is  your  bag!!!!!! .....but  the  sun....rhymes  with fun......cold  rhymes with  old .....mold .......that is my theory .....snow angels my ass ......i know   many people  that live in the  colds  and  hate their  life  ....envy mine!!!!!......but they are trapped  with  things  called   wife and  kids ........oh well william tell .....i decided  not to go for  things  like  wives and  kids  ...it's a choice .....but  give me  the sun any day .......just my thought   ...but  my  thought is  not  for  everyone ......anyway  go  cut your  logs  ....i am going to  got my shirt..... and  shorts ........




Winter returns: Major pattern shift coming early next week

After weeks of spring-like warmth, parts of the United States will briefly plunge back into winter next week with below-freezing temperatures possible for much of the eastern half of the country.

Tuesday marks the official start of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere after the warmest winter on record.

But it seems Mother Nature has the seasons mixed up, because spring will feel more like winter by early next week. More than half the US population will experience temperatures at or below freezing.

The cold isn’t just an anomaly, it will pose a risk for agricultural interests in the Southeast with growing season underway there.

The chilly weather will be a shock for many in the eastern half of the country experiencing warmer than average temperatures this past week – many southern cities are still looking at highs in the 70s on Saturday – but that changes Sunday as cold starts to creep into the Midwest, progressing south and east with time.

By Monday, the bottom drops out, and colder air becomes widespread across much of the eastern half of the country.

St Louis could see more than a 20-degree swing from the high 60s Saturday to the low 40s Monday. Atlanta’s high temperature could drop by as much as 15 degrees from Saturday to Monday, from the low 70s to the mid-50s.

These temperatures might not be frigid, but in parts of the South they’re more typical for the heart of winter.

Memphis, Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama, are both forecast to see a high temperature of 51 degrees on Monday – highs typical for mid-January.

The cold air will continue to spread east Monday night into Tuesday, finally reaching much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. New York City will drop from a high of 60 degrees Saturday to 45 degrees Tuesday.

CNN Weather
CNN Weather

Philadelphia’s high temperature on Tuesday is expected to be 45 degrees – its normal high for February 19.

Low temperatures will also be dropping. Temperatures in the Southeast Tuesday morning will be 10 to 15 degrees below normal for this time of the year. Atlanta, Charlotte, and Birmingham, Alabama, are all expected to see temperatures drop into the low 30s Tuesday morning, presenting the greatest risk to plants.

Bringing plants indoors is the easiest way to protect them from a hard freeze, but if you can’t do that, covering them can also help.

Sheets, towels or blankets can be used to help trap the radiant heat from the ground around the plants. Use stakes with your plant coverings or drape them over patio furniture so they don’t crush the plant.

Temperatures will rebound rather quickly across the Southeast by the end of the week, so hang on to that sunscreen and allergy medicine, as spring will be in full swing shortly.

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