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    Admiral Maestoso marval's Avatar
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    A fairly dull day, but with a bit of sunshine later on.

    Not too cold though.


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    Apropos temperatures given in Celsius or Fahrenheit:

    There is another temperature scale called "kelvin". Absolute zero is then "0 k" and not -273.15 Celsius or -459.67 Fahrenheit. The normal human body teperature is 310.15 kelvin. One can then avoid saying degrees above or below zero and avoid converting betwixt celsius and fahrenheit.

    Thusly:

    Ice will melt at 273.15 k and water will boil at 373.15 k.

    Our sun's surface temperature is around 5800 k but the core is a blistering 13,600,000 k.
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    weather's fowl at present ... raining chickens, not cats n dogs.

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    LOL @ CT, raining chickens.


    It hasn't decided what it wants to do here yet. I will have to report a bit later when I have been out.


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    I have some strange news. My neck of the woods just had an
    earthquake. Strange as it seems. It woke me up this morning
    at 4 o'clock. My house shook, my bed shook, the glass in my
    windows were rattleing. At first I didn't know what to think of
    about it. I hurried up and put some cloths on in case it happened
    again. I guess the New Madrid has woke up from it's hundred year
    old sleep.

    I know that some of you live where you've been in enough earthquakes
    that nothing much is said. But when we have one it makes headlines.
    The center of the quake started in Illionis and sent it's shockwaves as
    far as where I live. This time think God I didn't panic. It just felt good
    to my achy back the way it shook. At first I thought I was begining to
    have a leg cramp. This time the earth was having a shakedown.
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    Hi Judy

    Well i'm sorry you had an earthquake. Glad that you are alright.

    Here it is cold with a slight breeze, it was trying to rain earlier on but nothing seems to have come of it.


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    Since the earthquake yesterday the weather is also in a tisy. It came
    a good rain last night and cooled it down a bit. It's only 52 instead of
    it being 82.
    judy tooley

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    Now y'all remember all these "nice" cool days a few months from now when "El Sol" starts beaming all those sun rays on your noggins and frying your brains . At least with the cooler temps we can add clothing ... we can only take off so much when the temps rise above all human understanding .

    Woohoo, actually ran the AC in the car yesterday whilst running my errands ... later, in the evening though, it was windows down and the sunroof wide open. Come to think of it, the AC in the house fired up once or twice yesterday, too - we never let the inside temp rise over 75° (23.8°C) inside the house. Fortunately, our townhome is part of a continuous building of 4 units, ours being the farthest East, so our "western" wall is about 300' feet thick, thus avoiding the brunt of the solid afternoon heat when the sun appears to be setting in that direction.

    Today, another beautiful day - loads of sunshine, currently (0830) 72° (22.2°C) and headed towards 90° (32.2°C). For my friend Corno Dolce, that would be 305.222 Kelvin. .
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    ^

    Three beautiful days in a row, with crazy 20 degree temps. here.

    Lovely.
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    It's been raining again. I fugured that after such a shake up yesterday
    morning. That's the way I felt too. It felt more like a massage than
    an earthquake. I guess I won't forget that one too soon! :hearty
    laugh smiley:
    judy tooley

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    This morning it is a dull day, but with a mist.

    I don't expect it will be too warm outside.


    Margaret

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    Quote Originally Posted by methodistgirl View Post
    It's been raining again. I fugured that after such a shake up yesterday morning. That's the way I felt too. It felt more like a massage than an earthquake. I guess I won't forget that one too soon! :hearty laugh smiley:judy tooley
    I gather it is a rare event to have these seismic events in your area? Is there a fault line that runs through KY?
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    Today's weather is really horrid, raining and cold (well coolish). I'm over it and it's hear until Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rojo View Post
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    Three beautiful days in a row, with crazy 20 degree temps. here.

    Lovely.
    Wow ... that's quite the rapid change for you - from so cold and shoveling snow just a week ago or so ... and now this 20 degree (68°F for the US peeps) stuff. I guess that would be a time for celebrating spring.
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    Today has been a lovely day, really like Spring.

    Apparently the weather men say we are in for a good warm weekend.


    Margaret

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