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Old 09-05-2015, 10:39 PM   #111
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Lol! Chilly Michigan hit -18 in my town and I considered it warm. November in Chicagos nothin.
But, but.... my average high in November is 78-80 and the average low is 58-60 while Chi town's average high is 50 +/- and the average low is 35 +/-. Brrrrrr. More than sweater weather for me.
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Old 09-05-2015, 10:44 PM   #112
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But, but.... my average high in November is 78-80 and the average low is 58-60 while Chi town's average high is 50 +/- and the average low is 35 +/-. Brrrrrr. More than sweater weather for me.
Sounds like warm paradise!
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Old 09-05-2015, 10:56 PM   #113
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Hey Andy next time you're up at East grand let us know! We live not far from there at all. No way we could go to Chicago. But we are talking about the CATFISH convention in Virginia

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Old 09-05-2015, 11:19 PM   #114
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Why does it have to be in NOVEMBER!!!! Not sure my thin Florida blood can handle the Chicago cold that time of year Tell them to reschedule for the summer
Psh November is nothing!!! Try January and February then you can complain...but only a little lol

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Psh November is nothing!!! Try January and February then you can complain...but only a little lol

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Lol yes January and February are bad. November starts to get cold and December is peachy with sweet fluffy snow, but January and February being blizzards that shut down the town and drive ice needles into your skin. It can easily hit -30
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Well, I'm not saying you all should move to FL but....... since 1974, when I moved to S. FL, it's snowed on me 2 times ( if I recall correctly) and it froze here in Central FL only 2 times as well ( and that's been in the last few years.) I think I prefer here to there at that time of year.

As for a trip back up to Maine, I usually go either the end of June or beginning of July. I'll keep you posted when I make arrangements.
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Old 09-05-2015, 11:48 PM   #117
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Well, I'm not saying you all should move to FL but....... since 1974, when I moved to S. FL, it's snowed on me 2 times ( if I recall correctly) and it froze here in Central FL only 2 times as well ( and that's been in the last few years.) I think I prefer here to there at that time of year.

As for a trip back up to Maine, I usually go either the end of June or beginning of July. I'll keep you posted when I make arrangements.
Snow bird! :p lol jk

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Lol yes January and February are bad. November starts to get cold and December is peachy with sweet fluffy snow, but January and February being blizzards that shut down the town and drive ice needles into your skin. It can easily hit -30

I live in Minnesota where everything after December is -30 or close to it. Once it's back up to 18 I'm shoveling my driveway in a t shirt and shorts


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Snow bird! :p lol jk

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Reverse snowbird actually? ( If I were smart, I'd be outta here for Aug & Sept. Historically the hottest months here. :^o ) But I am only up there for vacation for a week or 2 whereas my town has a true snowbird community that stays here for about 4-6 months. Just long enough for their feathers to warm up then they go North for the summer.
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