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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/06/2005 :  8:02:15 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
1/02-1/03 we had another 2 1/4" of rain.
Now we have rain predicted tonight starting around midnight and ending on Mon. night.
We could get 2-3" tomorrow, 1/2" tomorrow night.
We are experiencing a mild El Nino.

Bonnie
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/07/2005 :  05:24:13 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
They were a little off in the forecast. No rain til right now but it's pouring!

Bonnie
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LindaCulp
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Portland, Oregon
USA
2339 Posts

Posted - 01/07/2005 :  1:26:38 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
The weather the past couple of days has been snow . . . and more snow. Let me tell you, driving in snow is no picnic! I had to drive in it yesterday morning and the day before, as well as on the way home. At least I didn't have to drive in it today. The sky was clear, the sun was out, and the roads were clear. Everything else is covered in snow, though!

Oh, and it was 17 degrees outside this morning. BRRRRR!!!

Happily shopping the Portland, Oregon metro area!
~MSPA *Gold* Certified, 2003~
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Richard D W
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USA
294 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  09:22:22 AM  Visit Richard D W's Homepage  Reply  Reply with Quote
sunny and 81 here, and they say january's the coldest month of the yr. oh well, i guess i didn't really need to wear my cool sweaters. time to break out the T-shirts again.
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DgoJessica
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Colorado
USA
61 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  09:55:51 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
We got 8 inches of snow here last night, and it is still coming down steadily. The plows are not even bothering to clear the roads 'till it slows down some. My neighbor is a tow truck driver, and he just got called out to tow a different tow truck out of the ditch!

Jessica
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UpstateNYKat
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Rochester, NY
USA
1100 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  10:22:00 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
CRAZY. We are having our first real storm of the winter. Its about 2 months later than usual so I guess I can't complain. I went out around 9:30 this AM and there was light snow. Went to the mall for an hour. When I came out good sized pieces of hail were pelting everything. Cancelled movie with Mom. Thank goodness the one shop I had for today is directly in front of my apartment complex. Now it is snowing pretty hard.

Katrina
Part time shopper Rochester, NY
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  12:20:29 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Well, we had another 2 3/4" from 530 a.m. Fri.-7 a.m. Sat.

Bonnie
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  12:23:27 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Richard! You can't possibly be in No. Calif. Where in the world are you?

Bonnie
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Karan
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Lugoff, SC
USA
2507 Posts

Posted - 01/08/2005 :  9:26:22 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
78 degrees and sunny. Folks in shorts and Ts, the golf courses packed, and the beach bums bumming. Come on down!!!!

Karan now residing in the Palmetto State
MSPA GOLD CERTIFIED
UNDERCOVER VIDEO SPECIALIST
{Shopping Columbia and surrounding Richland and Kershaw Counties}
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/09/2005 :  01:19:30 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Okay, Karan. Get that guest room ready, I'm on my way. LOL.
Hard to believe that was our weather 12/15/04. You have stolen our weather Karan. Oh well. Remember, don't gloat Karan. I did and look what happened! I'm ready to build an ark.

Bonnie
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/09/2005 :  10:54:35 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
7 a.m. Sat-9 a.m. Sun. another 3 1/2".

Bonnie
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WB_Vicky
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West Babylon, NY
USA
85 Posts

Posted - 01/09/2005 :  5:38:19 PM  Send WB_Vicky an AOL message  Reply  Reply with Quote
Partly Cloudy 49 degrees is the high

Vicky
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Anni
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PA
USA
726 Posts

Posted - 01/09/2005 :  5:49:23 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
After 5 days of rain and more flooding, we finally saw the sun today! It's 36 degrees right now.
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/09/2005 :  11:02:06 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
From 9 a.m. Sun.-10:30 p.m. Sun. another 2".

Bonnie
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Mimi
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USA
1691 Posts

Posted - 01/10/2005 :  07:29:06 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Bonnie, I'm getting worried about you. Do you know how to swim?

It's another full blast air conditioner day here in beautiful, foggy Houston...think it's supposed to get in to the 80's with 100% humidity!! They say the high humidity here helps your skin...I don't see how since everything eventually gets about an inch of mold on it

Mimi
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Sandra Wright
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Arlington, VA
USA
2087 Posts

Posted - 01/10/2005 :  08:09:01 AM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Lol Mimi about the inch of mold on the skin. I'll take 80's here I come. Its going to be 42-50 today depending on which channel you watch. it will be 60 tomorrow then drop to between 10-20 degrees the next few days.

Sandy C
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/10/2005 :  1:24:47 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
From 10:30 p.m. Sun.-12 noon Mon. another 1 3/4". It's not supposed to really stop til Wed.
There was a tornado today not far from Kenna, between Oxnard and Camarillo.
Mimi, I'm watching moss and mildew grow as we speak!
I'll check the rain gauge either later tonight or the morning.
Ray, we need a boat smiley!

Bonnie
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JanetW
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New Orleans, LA
USA
271 Posts

Posted - 01/10/2005 :  10:38:33 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
The weather here has been downright cuckcoo. Since our Christmas snow melted it has been balmy up into the eighties. The fog never did lift off Lake Ponchartrain today, but the forcast calls for a return of freezing weather. I guess I'll need longjohns with my Carnival costume.

MSPS Gold Shopper since Nov. 2002
Shopping New Orleans and Gulfport--points in between and beyond.
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Bonnie in Burbank
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Burbank, CA
USA
5940 Posts

Posted - 01/11/2005 :  1:48:54 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
From noon on Mon. til noon on Tue. another 1".

It looks like the worst is over. The sun came out finally.

We received more rain in 15 days than our annual rainfall amount.

Lost bridges.

The whole town of Piru was evacuated yesterday as water was spilling over the dam and was threatening the whole town.

The whole town of La Concheta has been evacuated after a horrific mudslide that completely engulfed 12 homes and killed at least 3 people. There are still at least 12 people unaccounted for.

Metrolink train service is at a standstill down south due to a lost bridge.

The freeway in Oxnard was totally closed due to a river that went completely over the freeway.

In Studio City a home slid don the hill with a father and his 2 children in it. Luckily for them they were able to escape with just a few cuts and bruises.

In Glendale there is a house perched on the hillside ready to fall. The houses below have been evacuated.

In Santa Clarita ,the normally dry creek bed that borders a mobile home park was a raging torrent 1/2 mile wide. One mobile home was swept away with the possibility of more to come.

I could go on and on. Terrible.

Bonnie
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LindaCulp
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Portland, Oregon
USA
2339 Posts

Posted - 01/11/2005 :  5:15:38 PM  Reply  Reply with Quote
Bonnie, are you OK?

We're about to be hit with a snowstorm (the biggest one this winter so far), beginning any time within the next 12 hours. They're predicting we'll get 2-4 inches in the valley, and twice that much in the mountains.


Happily shopping the Portland, Oregon metro area!
~MSPA *Gold* Certified, 2003~
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