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|Of Course I have to do Jerry's Words again.|
December on Long Island had tempatures above normal, which lead to a wet Christmas Eve. Now the word is that January will be getting cold and with a few snowstorms.
The last time I talked with Jerry, he again said that he's looking forward to the next Reunion and hopes to see more WEATHERFUN members. So let's go everyone to Rhode Island early next July.
Bill from Long Island
Rapid City, SD
During a very cold winter night it is wise to close the drapes.
The first is the formation of a strong high pressure system along the west coast of Canada.
This forces the polar vortex farther south, which in turn delivers the arctic air to the south and east.
Cloudy nights are typically warmer than clear nights.
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Jerry or Bill
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