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by CatFan @, Green Country, USA, Tuesday, July 15, 2014, 11:08 @ gimp

You must live in a temperate zone area. I live on the edge of the southern part of the central plains where, as they say, nothing between us and the north pole but barbed wire fences. It is common for us to have overnight lows in January and February around -12C°.

I can recommend clothing and blankets made of polyester fleece. It is lightweight and very warm. Remember, if we don't blow ourselves up in the meantime, summer will return.

Odd thing is for us, that Pacific typhoon that ran up the west side of Japan has kicked Arctic air down on us. This morning we have temps around 24C° and wind from the north. The weatherman says it has been over fifty years since this happened before. The high on Sunday was 38C°! That's more normal for here. The folks up near Canada are having overnight lows near freezing from this cold blast.

Life on this here ball sure is interesting.

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