Winter start 2014..

Oh-hu. This was the first day I have look upon that the frost (not snow) was staing in shadowed (sun dont reatch) areas all day. Leaves and the nice colors are just a memory that has been gone fore a while.

http://www.jodo.nu/pic/pic2/PA310021_frost.JPG

Oh yes it has been snowing here twice but is has melted away. Now I’m not so sure any more. The 4X4 (white polardogs) are waiting.

What is happening in your part of the word? Autum/Winter? Or are everyone staying in front of the computer for the release on 13.2 :stuck_out_tongue:

regards

Here in the South East of England we are currently experiencing the warmest 31st Oct on record… (allegedly, according to a BBC weather forecaster), 21℃. Normal average for this time of year (mid autumn) would be around 13℃.

We’re still finishing off the leaves of color, though the trees are starting to look bare, and after 70 degrees the past 2 days, this morning I woke up to 34 degrees (all F).

Hi
We are under a freeze warning tonight and tomorrow night…brrrrr winds are gusting to 20mph so wind chill will push it below 32F…

On Fri, 31 Oct 2014 13:56:01 +0000, jonte1 wrote:

> What is happening in your part of the word? Autum/Winter?

Rain. A fair bit of rain, and fall colours that look pretty vibrant:

http://tinyurl.com/nw3wjlo

Actually not raining at the moment, but it has been off and on for the
past week or so. Loving it! :slight_smile:

Jim


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On Fri, 31 Oct 2014 14:16:01 GMT
tannington <tannington@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

>
> Here in the South East of England we are currently experiencing the
> warmest 31st Oct on record… (allegedly, according to a BBC weather
> forecaster), 21℃. Normal average for this time of year (mid autumn)
> would be around 13℃.
>

The highest was 24C, which I think is a couple of degrees above the July
average. As the press here would say, “Phew, what a scorcher!”

Reports of a tornado in Leicestershire this morning; not confirmed yet.


Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks.
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Wow, what a beautiful view.

On Sun, 02 Nov 2014 12:45:22 GMT
Graham P Davis <cloddy@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

> Reports of a tornado in Leicestershire this morning; not confirmed
> yet.

Now confirmed as a T2 tornado by Torro.
http://www.torro.org.uk/site/index.php


Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks.
openSUSE 13.2-RC1 (64-bit); KDE 4.14.2; AMD Phenom II X2 550 Processor;
Kernel: 3.17.1; Video: nVidia GeForce 210 (using nouveau driver);
Sound: ATI SBx00 Azalia (Intel HDA)

Yesterday it was so windy I was looking for my ruby slippers just-in-case! rotfl!

But really, it was knocking over everything on the patio.

At least my “fire tree” finally turned bright red over the weekend. The sunlight hitting it lights up everything in the house a reddish glow! I would post a picture but I gotta find a place to share it from first. Why can’t the forums have an album section or something to easily upload pictures for a post?

We have gusty wind and rain here in London.

In Atlanta GA USA it’s begun it get a little chilly, but I came to Chicago on business and this place knows cold a little better lol. It’s 30F

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/538/vueFa6.jpg

It’s beginning to cool off around here too. Saw a snow squall or two last week. Day temps are in the 50s. Supposed to go into the ‘teens’ at night this week. Guess that means I’ll be having to bring a jacket to my night job! The deer are in rut, hunting season is in progress, so the highways at night full of deer. I sure don’t like hitting them. Oh, well. I like this better than that hot weather we get in mid summer! Anything warmer than 60o F is too hot anyway.

Bart

That sounds interesting, do you hunt? I used to when I was a kid, we’d go to Kansas usually around Christmas and go then. Definitely cold, but fond memories.

PS - I’m surprised there is a SUSE Linux user in Montana haha rotfl!

Yes, I do. Not a trophy hunter, I usually chose a couple of nice does for the freezer. I’ll take an elk if one shows but they’re chased pretty hard around here. An antelope is also welcome. Once in a while, I’ll go for rabbit. I also spend too much time (and money) at the range, one of my favorite past times.

As far as openSuse in Montana, Linux is fairly popular here. I have, one at a time, been converting many of them to openSuse. :wink:

Bart

Hahaha, that’s awesome. Luckily there’s not a lot of people, so maybe you can convert all of them eventually rotfl!

First snowfall this morning - maybe an inch, maybe more. The windchill was 0°-10°F through the Hellgate* though I took the forecaster’s word for it and stayed indoors along with my old cat who I bottle-raised from an infant (eyes not yet open). Second snow I’ve seen in thirty-five years or so since moving here…

Went for a walk yesterday evening with 4x4(Polardogs), it was light snow in the air and I was seeing something interesting. Some roadwork? Charcoal and firewood have we a lot where i live. Put down/cover the area with 25-kilos bags of charcoal and light it. Cover then with thin steel plates and 2 days later you can start digging (frost is gone). This is only during wintertime of course. Average frost deep at my home town is 1.7meters during winter time.

The photo (poor quality, sorry) is showing something else, A machine that is burning diesel-fuel to do the same job. Why not? With today’s more fuel effective car/truck/bus and warming houses whit oil is rare.

http://www.jodo.nu/pic/pic2/PB150063.JPG

regards

what winter feels like?

Im my place its always hot and dry for 2 half of year and hot&wet on the half.

I feel crisp. Inhale dry air. -30(C) I spread my arms and I ask to join during the winter here. Photo me and some dogs.

http://www.jodo.nu/pic/pic2/sta52659.jpg

regards

winter in NJ is horrible - roads are damaged, drivers have huge cars which they can’t drive, and the winds off of the ocean are nasty.