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MSP weather


Snow, mainly after 1pm. The snow could be heavy at times. Patchy blowing snow after noon. High near 25. Wind chill values as low as -10. Breezy, with a southeast wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Total daytime snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches possible.
Tonight
Snow. Patchy blowing snow before 9pm. Steady temperature around 26. Breezy, with a southeast wind 15 to 20 mph becoming southeast 10 to 15 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 30 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches possible.
Saturday
Snow likely, mainly before 9am. Patchy blowing snow after 8am. Cloudy, with a temperature falling to around 9 by 5pm. Wind chill values as low as -12. Blustery, with a west northwest wind 10 to 15 mph increasing to 20 to 25 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 35 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.

Looks like a Weather Tech day to me for poor ole MC

They just put us under a winter weather advisory - snow - then freezing rain ( my personal favorite ) then turning into heavy rain = Oh Joy !

Don't forget to tell Betty White Happy Birthday - she is 98

AND - Good morning everybody .
She is going to outlast the Queen of England.
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Good morning everyone. I decided to take the TNmobile to the Ford dealer this morning...I'll try to get there right at 7:30 when the quicklane opens. It's cold and overcast out today so the hike is questionable but, I may talk Mrs. TN into letting Mocha and I use her Explorer later once it warms up a little bit.

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Because I know how he drives.

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Too bad, Richard is not on this forum with all the talk about tools and cars and trucks. He would love it. I hate it when he sends me to the auto store for a part. They see me come in the door with halting step and uncertainty in my eyes and I am sure the say to each other, 'Watch, we can have some fun with this', and I always leave without whatever I was supposed to get. Happens everytime.
I am woefully deficient.
I send Mister to the parts store in my truck. Sometimes I can manage to drag myself off my property and go with him. Usually because there is an ulterior motive formulating in my head.

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Good morning everyone. I decided to take the TNmobile to the Ford dealer this morning...I'll try to get there right at 7:30 when the quicklane opens. It's cold and overcast out today so the hike is questionable but, I may talk Mrs. TN into letting Mocha and I use her Explorer later once it warms up a little bit.
Question, TN, Franky.

Why do you have to go to a Ford Dealer for whatever is ailing your baby?

Are you still under manufacturer warranty? Seriously, I am trying to gain knowledge here.

My trucks are out of warranty. I just take them to my tire shop. Has been simple fixes with most of my encounters with them.

I better stop here because I don't want to summon ill will upon myself.
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So the wind is picking up....Gusts up to 60, steady in the 40's. Snow up in the mountains west of us gives us winter Chinooks down here on their east side.

But, and it is a big BUT--clear skies, no snow on the ground to blow, temp about 30. So we're not miserable like some of you guys.
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Nope.
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Watching a replay of the LSU/Clemson game. It's much more fun since I know that LSU won.
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They are the soft version of the heated rocks used for reptiles. Same deal--almost undetectable heat but for like horned toads and boas who stop eating if it gets too cold--they are the perfect accessory. When the red tailed boa I had rescued (don't ask) finally found another home the cats inherited her big heat block--it would hold two friendly cats.

Now the cold blooded cat (old age for him and me--he's 17 now and I'm a lot older)--so there is a heating pad that I leave on the end of my bed--under the top blanket makes a warm spot I can stick my feet in when I go to bed--the cat (Leon) then sleeps on the heating pad (and my feet) and I can unplug the heating pad (which can't be left on all the time) and the cat sticks around on the warm spot and continues to keep my feet warm.

I can't believe I'm telling this story--it's embarrassing to both Leon and me.

ABTLH
I don't find it embarrassing.

Screamer naps with me rather well. That's how I end up missing the Rifleman on Saturdays. That's why I am ordering DVDs periodically of The Rifleman. And, I am here to tell you that I haven't seen every episode! What a surprise!

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I remembering really liking that show (Rifleman) when i was very young. I have never revisited it as a adult , so their must be something wrong with you!
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Johnny Cash & Willie Nelson - Ghost Riders in the Sky

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVygjGoIUEE

That's all I got tonight.

See you all after work tomorrow.

Have a great rest of your evening, All.
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post #27911 of 29746 (permalink) Old 01-17-2020, 11:46 PM Thread Starter
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I remembering really liking that show (Rifleman) when i was very young. I have never revisited it as a adult , so their must be something wrong with you!

Could that be that's because you have cable or something?

I refuse to pay that bill!

Netflix isn't all it's cracked up to be either.

I am perfectly happy watching reruns and old movies on DVD.

I usually miss half of each because I am cooking, cleaning or hanging with you all!

Bunch of enablers you are.

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I remembering really liking that show (Rifleman) when i was very young. I have never revisited it as a adult , so their must be something wrong with you!
I am okay with being not right. I am, however, perturbed with your use of "their". Is it their dog or is it let's head over to the tree over there? Or, if you are redneck enough you could just say "thar". That covers both scenarios.



Teasing you, not my Alan.

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SP is taking her newfound job in the grammar police force seriously these days.

Forgot one, however....

"They're" as in:

Now that SP is monitoring the grammar of folks on the CT, they're in big trouble.
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Good Morning LaDi!

"Keep up the good work!"....yeah, that's the ticket!

Curious, do you look in a mirror when conducting your self dialogues?


I don't know what "buttocks reconfiguration" is, but I'm assuming that's an obvious post bait phrase, or possibly this?.....



Meow....You Go Girl....Meow...You Go Girl!
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How did I miss this?

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This time of year I have an extra blanket on my bed--some mornings before I can get back to make the bed (because I'm feeding cats and Joey) by the time I get back to the bedroom I have one or two cats under various layers of covers (can't disturb sleeping cats, you know?) They make nice little circular lumps--but Leon is small so sometimes he oozes out from under that extra blanket--leaving a small circular void--and I never do make the bed because I think he's still there.

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In the past I have made the bed with the cat under the cover.

I would come home and the Alien would either be lounging on the couch or still under the covers where I left it.
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Good Night All!

Got to make myself go to bed.

It sucks because it's Friday night.

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Good morning all!

Listened to SPs Ghost Riders in the sky - do like that song.

Country today then:

John Anderson Seminole Wind https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8sh9P3X33w
Slightly stripped down version (no piano or violin) just 2 guitars and a dobro - "Seminole Wind" on Larry's Country Diner https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7WefhTdpwc

Mixed duet after the fact Keith Whitley/Allison Krauss-"When You Say Nothing At All" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3mptQi9k-A

Two songs about Hank Williams
Alan Jackson - Midnight in Montgomery https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCvSBVDZTDE
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Last one with Hank Williams
I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY (1949) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WXYjm74WFI
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SP is taking her newfound job in the grammar police force seriously these days.

Forgot one, however....

"They're" as in:

Now that SP is monitoring the grammar of folks on the CT, they're in big trouble.
:f rown3:
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DIMASH KUDAIBERGENOV - SINFUL PASSION(Sub.Español) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYOrR2lyPr8
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No snow !!! Freezing rain ? Yes ! Started around midnight , temps are 34 now , patio is clear , funny thing ? The brick is covered in ice . Temps up. To the 50s , then drops with wind - 15 .

MSP had lots of air time on the The Weather Channel , lots of pretty blowing snow up there

Mr. B loves his MBM ! I put it on him around 2 yesterday , I asked him if he wanted me to take it off , he looked at me and laid his head back down , lol. He wore it till 7 last night , may have to have MC make him some jammies
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Good morning everyone!

Woke up at 5 and couldn't get back to sleep so I started on my training, already finished one video...8 more hours to go...yeah baby! LOL Tomorrow is football day so there shall be minimal or no studying.

Back to it
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Good morning everybody.
Today is the day!
Going to pick up my new ride.
I deck it out with some LED lights on the front and back.
So excited and ready to cruise.
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I'm thinking breakfast right now TN - lol Fried eggs - sausage - hash browns - toast and of course - a Big glass of OJ

Whats Mocha doing ?

Kadin got up , looked out the window at the pouring rain , then walked back to his bed and went back to sleep

OH dang ! Forgot -- Good morning TN ole Buddy ! Wished we lived closer - need camera help
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Good morning everybody.
Today is the day!
Going to pick up my new ride.
I deck it out with some LED lights on the front and back.
So excited and ready to cruise.
Well I think I will call the ER and tell them to get ready for yeah

And Good morning LDI !
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Good morning everybody.
Today is the day!
Going to pick up my new ride.
I deck it out with some LED lights on the front and back.
So excited and ready to cruise.
LDI - I hope you added one of these on your new ride !

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