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Old 01-27-2009, 12:42 AM   #1
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My forecast for the weekend is -5 to +5. and I got snow on the ground. I just haven't decided what to cook.
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Old 01-27-2009, 09:07 AM   #2
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21 degrees F or -6 C here around Toronto this weekend and flurries

good luck to all this week that are competing.

I too am not sure yet what to cook.


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Old 01-27-2009, 09:41 AM   #3
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it's going to be a warm one 17 - 30 f with some flurries unless the storm they say is blowing out to sea doesn't and turns into a nor'easter

either way it should be fun
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it's 22* here, got 5 inches of fresh snow with more on the way, supposed to be about 25* or so Sunday morning but that may change cause they call for rain later that day, here in Kentucky you never know, lol.
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Temps ranging from 9-20 here with 6-8 inches of snow for tonight.

Winter warning in effect!
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Old 01-27-2009, 04:08 PM   #6
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Highs in the low 20's this weekend.
2 to 4 inches tonight.
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Old 01-27-2009, 05:55 PM   #7
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2 to 4 inches tonight.
I'd be annoyed with only 2 - 4 inches, as well . . . .
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2 to 4 inches tonight.
I'd be annoyed with only 2 - 4 inches, as well . . . .
Uh...well........ummmm.........
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Old 01-27-2009, 11:44 PM   #9
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Super Bowl Sunday forecast for Corpus Christi is:


High: 70 °F RealFeel®: 66 °F
Mostly cloudy and breezy with a couple of showers possible
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Old 01-28-2009, 02:37 AM   #10
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well, it's 2:30 wednesday morning, we got 6 inches of snow with 2 inches of solid ice on top of that, calling for more ice tonight and then 3-5 inches of more snow on top of that tomorrow with more on Friday. Temps in low 30's to high teens. I might not even be able to get to the smokers by Sunday if I can't get someone out here with a bobcat, lol.
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We'll have lots of snow on the ground, forecast seven to eight inches tonight, (now THAT'S more like it, Puff ), with more tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, but temperature is forecast to rise to zero (celcius) on Sunday, so will just have to hope for the best. Was going to make an igloo for the event . . . there may still be time . . .
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Mid 40's forecast for here - guess it's southern comfort for me - at least I won't have to fool with any long cooktime meat.
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53 this saturday and 37 for the "big game" in colorado
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Looks like a high of 24 degrees for me on Saturday when I hope to do my cook. I am also helping out the Lion’s club who is doing a chicken BBQ on Saturday morning. I think we are cooking 850 birds. The Lions club does this each year on super bowl weekend. They choose a family each year to donate the proceeds to. This year it goes to a friend of mine who was in a bike accident this year and was paralyzed. I will be doing my frozen few after that.
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Re: FF forecast

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My forecast for the weekend is -5 to +5. and I got snow on the ground. I just haven't decided what to cook.
You definitely do some cold temp bbqing.
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We'll have lots of snow on the ground, forecast seven to eight inches tonight, (now THAT'S more like it, Puff ), with more tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, but temperature is forecast to rise to zero (celcius) on Sunday, so will just have to hope for the best. Was going to make an igloo for the event . . . there may still be time . . .
This was created about a week ago by a highly experienced construction engineer.....and about 6 Bud Lights. I was stopped short of making the roof out of snow by the job superintendent(Wife ) There was a concern of cave ins.


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Old 01-29-2009, 05:24 PM   #20
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Well, that's proof Puff had snow on the ground "about a week ago".
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