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We are suppose to get snow starting tomorrow afternoon, 2 - 10". This is suppose to be the worst winter storm AZ has had in YEARS!

rocmoc n AZ

So it looks like your going to get re-aquanted with that white stuff.I planed on leaving tomorrow late afternoon to head over to havasu,heard on weather report we are expecting rain,wind and snow in Cajon pass in the afternoon.I might sneak out early to try and beat it.

Yours,

Rick

CA/AZ

Be really careful. Our local News says this is a BAD one!

rocmoc n AZ/Mexico

Heck a bird flying over and having a wet sneeze is a bad one in your area.(LOL) I know about your monsoon season.been in em,no fun

Yours,

Rick

CA/AZ

Well! This is "BS" I buy motorhome to go south to get away from this shi-stuff, snow.. Now what!!

Quiq

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Not to worry Quiq, warms back up into the 60s within a week at the most. One reason we head South into Mexico chasing 80 degree weather in the winter time.

rocmoc n AZ

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Not to worry Quiq, warms back up into the 60s within a week at the most. One reason we head South into Mexico chasing 80 degree weather in the winter time.

rocmoc n AZ

Well? Ok then! lol.. I thought going south, was going to ariz? We don't have passports? Guess we will deal with whatever we get in ariz & nev. ,,It's snowing here now!! Motorhome is supposed to be here this week? We might still head out? Not sure?

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2-10" thats nothing we already have 31" and are supposed to get another 8-16 in the next 3 days. Thats why I want tracks so i can go ride with the new cab and heater and not get stuck. Love the white stuff you just get stuck you dont break things.

4x4x454 ND

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SOMEWHERE WARM! That would be New Zealand right now. Eat your heart out rocmoc. She sure is warm here but we have the humidity too and that makes it hot & moist, sticky in fact. Last week it was 24 first thing in the morning and a couple of hours later, it had climbed to a smelting 30 with 90% humidity. I would swap it for snow in a flash. I've seen the wild weather you guys are getting over there and Australia plus most of Europe too, so I do feel for you. It was so hot and sticky last night, I found my self walking along the beach about 1am this morning. Man the weather is going crazy.

Cheers Mike.

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Good morning Mike & All. Nah, don't want the humidity thing either did that when I lived in NorthEast Texas. Good to see we don't have to worry about you freezing to death. Any Floods? Parts of Aust. is getting pounded.

Well, no snow yet. WINDY, 60+ mph and rain. If it does snow, suppose to be tonight. I don't think it is going to happen from looking at the radar. We are suppose to get into the teens tonight and that will happen. We usally get the teens once a year. Everything is wrapped & covered. Just been watching TV, too cold to even go out in the garage, LOL! Maybe today.

rocmoc n AZ

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There is major flooding in the South Island but we are fine here. Just north of us and right up to the top of the North Island, just had enough rain to break the early season drought, but that’s all good news. It all got soaked up without flooding. That’s part of the reason it’s so humid, the other reason is the sea temp. is above average and moisture gets sucked into the air.

It’s just been reported that we can expect double the amount of tropical cyclones (southern hemisphere hurricanes) this season and where I live, we will get slammed .

Aussie is getting hammered and have not heard from my sister since Xmas who lives in Queensland, but out of the worst flooding area.

I saw something interesting the other day on the news about the gulf stream that runs up your east coast, apparently it’s slowing down and stopping. It normally carries warm currents right up the east coast into Canada & over to Europe. This helps to stop the weather you are getting now. Not sure if it has stopped or not, but the fact remains that the water near the coast is colder than normal.

Geez, Todd from N.D would be a bit of a hard man, but like I keeping on saying 4x4x454, if you get sick of some of that white stuff, post it over here, I’d love it.

rocmoc, I hope you and some of the others meet up with Quig when he is down your way. I’ve got to know him quite well over the last few months with a whole array of emails exchanged because of my enclosures and I know you guys will enjoy his company.

Your friendly weatherman, Mike.

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