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I keep a close eye on the weather, I’m in Missouri, so I often watch the issues that are relevant to me. That matches what I’m seeing in the middle of the country this winter. Ocean circulation and solar weathering have been adding to it for some time in this very hot summer.
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The Old Farmer’s Almanac wrote: It should be noted that La Niña, which has been active for the past 2 years, should weaken next year. However, the latest data suggests that La Niña may now last until next winter. La Niña conditions rarely last three winters in a row, so we don’t see this pattern very often.
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Pearl Sutton wrote: I live in a rental, inexpensive house with electric heat in an area that is known to lose power (especially during snow storms) and get dark in the winter. This is a cheap house with the best insulation issues, I did a lot of repairs last year, but the structure of this house is poorly built, there is a limit to what I can do.
Kill my breakouts. Now is the time to prepare your systems for use if you need them! If the power goes out in the snow, it’s not time to realize that you need a weird console to do something to keep you warm.
I’m close to the border between snow and dry land. Historically, the almanac’s long-range forecasts are no better than a coin flip, but I’ve already noticed that our weather is more like late October in mid-October than what has become popular in early September. We’re not even breaking the 90s every day, and we’re forecasting a few lows in the 50s next week.
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Casie Becker wrote: I’m near the snow/dry line. Historically, the almanac’s long-range forecasts are no better than a coin flip, but I’ve already noticed that our weather is more like late October in mid-October than what has become popular in early September. A lot of these things, if you’re in a corner, you can do them all or skip. We almost missed it the last two winters and were thankful. I was hoping to install more winter water management systems, but unfortunately a lot of other things happened (like a main well pipe burst – not fixed yet, but getting there). Looks like we’re in for another really wet winter – but of course the map Pearl posted doesn’t show Canadian weather – as if the weather doesn’t affect you at all???
On the other hand, I think that winter and snow may be easier for us this year than last year. Unfortunately, the reason was that our two guinea pigs died (of old age – they lived a very good, loving, funny life in a large cage that took up almost half of the upstairs bedroom.) and was the ONLY reason. we had. to heat the upper floor, except to prevent the bathroom pipes from bursting.
Since we no longer have animals on the floor, we can always close them when we’re not using those rooms, which will be a big help. Our ceilings in the kitchen, main floor bathroom and bedroom are very low – *maybe* 8 feet – in contrast to the cathedral ceiling and cathedral ceiling in the great room. But we can hang some blankets over the kitchen/living room in the hallway to keep the 3 rooms warm. One small non-electric heater in the bath above (on lowest setting) to keep those pipes from freezing, 2 should be enough here – especially since we got some (stupid) air flow between the guns. bed between bedroom and attached garage. I think this year will be warmer than last because we can make these improvements – although we still plan to take out our broken fireplace and replace it with a box/bell rmh hopefully next winter.
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But a snowy winter means the animals will be harder to look after and the tractor won’t start, so this needs to be sorted before the snow hits!
They say our winters in Southern Oregon are supposed to be mild and dry, which is the opposite of what the locals say. But if they only mean winter, they might be right. Fall and spring are usually wetter and colder than winter, strange but true. We often think of the wet season before. We’ve had a wet year so far. We will see.
Almanac.com writes: Woolly bear caterpillars – also known as woolly worms – are believed to be able to predict upcoming winter weather. If the rust belt is wide, it will be a mild winter. The more black, the stronger the winter.
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How much is that exactly? I have no idea. But I have never seen them so dark. Neighbors said people see it all over the local Facebook group.
That’s what everyone here said last year, including the Almanac. Kaki also had spoons. It seems that the fur of the animals was thicker than usual. We have had a very mild winter. I think a lot of the forecasts have been working well for a long time, but I think we’re going through a period of change when it comes to weather, and a lot of them are now unreliable. I think the only one more reliable is “Red Sky at Night…” because it uses a simple fact of physics and is a short prediction.
And he said: I want to live as an honest man, get everything I deserve, give everything and love a girl who doesn’t understand.
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I’ve noticed the chicks have been dropping like crazy the past few days, I haven’t seen a single chipmunk or chipmunk picking them. I think I want to – just in case. After all, they are all fat and sassy and have stolen all my peaches (again!), so….
Well, now…one of the bugs says he thinks it’s not a teddy bear at all, but a big tiger.
I have wood heat in my RMH and generate my own electricity, and here in the northern hemisphere all my windows face south. Last winter I put it on all the windows and doors and it helped raise the temperature in the rooms. Also, I used clothespins to hang blankets on the windows at night. The foam roll/blanket combination reduced drafts around windows and doors and reduced the use of wood. Every morning I unbuckled my belt to let in the light.
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To apply the styrofoam, I wet a dishtowel, sprayed the window with water, and put the styrofoam over the glass all winter long. I still have that in my front door for a year because the doors are all glass and I like the privacy of the bubble wrap, but I can still light it up and see what’s going on outside and check on everyone. my door without seeing me.
I have a concrete floor that acts as a thermal mass. When the sun reaches the floor through south-facing windows in winter, the heat is stored in the floor during the day and released back into the room at night. Beautiful and delicious!
Well, winter is here, VERY soon. I turned 18 last night. I lost all my farms. 🙁
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Maybe there is someone living under my blanket, but I hope not. It is here 5-9 weeks before it can be properly cooled. It will only take a few days, then I will uncover the things I have covered with a thin cloth and see if they are still alive. The damage is terrible. After a poor summer I finally started production last month, everything that was supposed to start in mid-June didn’t start until early September. And now, in the middle of October, they are all dead.
Pearl Sutton wrote: Well, winter is here, VERY early. I turned 18 last night. I lost all my farms. 🙁 Maybe they live under the blanket, but I don’t mind covering things with thin cloths and seeing if they’re there, the damage is so bad.