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    he he he... 18 here is about as low as it gets [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Caps, you think it gets a bit cool in Truckee? Well, just north of Truckee a couple of miles at Boca the temperature was -42.8 C (-45.0 F) on the 20th January, 1937. California is not always warm.

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    It snowed yesterday(I saw through the window) We can get real crazy weather though....70 degrees in january happens....
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    normal weather here, about 10 degrees at night. round 30 during the day sometimes higher somedays lower. doesnt get to cold here till the end of December through the begining of February. -35 before wind chill not uncommon. im quite comfortable down to about 5 below as long as there is no wind but in NE Montana thats kinda rare. hopefully we will get less snow this year, four feet of snow SUCKS!!!!!! ill stick with the normal 8-12 inches. 4 feet of snow plus 40mph winds is almost unbearable even if it is 20 above zero outside, you bury houses in that kinda weather.
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    Lol. I remember upstate new york when I was there...Brrr.....
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    I thought if four feet of snow fell in Montana it would blow clear across the Dakotas and pile up in Minnesota.
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    Its been pretty warm here...we are still having days in the low 60s, sometimes almost 70. But this is not typical. Now that I finally have heat, I'm ready for it to get cold and SNOW!!! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

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    Whenever I see the temperature extremes listed in the newspaper, Truckee tends to be the coldest and either Bullhead or Gila tend to be the hottest.

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