Heh!But at least you don't have plumbing in the attic with no insulation.
Open your attic access and let some heat escape up there.
I would still trade your nuclear heat for a few months for the deep freeze I get every year. Someday I will be a snowbird for sure.
It is amazing, they are calling for low 20's the next two nights in Pensacola, FL. I don't know how Florida is laid out but if it is freezing on the Gulf I can only imagine that crops will be fried. Some folks in Mexico may retire this year. It sure will be nice for a few growers in SoCal as well.
It got down into the sixties here last night too. We probably have the same number of degree days as you just all ours are between 45 and 85.
Basking in upper 60's out here Lou, despite the crappy economy.
I rode my bike to work this morning.. -22F, and the sun wasn't up yet. With a 10 mph wind in the face just from riding speed (had to go slow because of the 8" of new snow on the ground/road), it works out to a -42F wind chill.I'm sorry, what were you saying again?:-)It's not that bad, though. We were one of the warmest spots in the state.
In Omaha today, the wind whipped so much micro-snow into the sky that there were twin rainbows to left and right of the sun...at rising and setting.Reminded me of the hanging lights inside the best Fire Opals.
Anon, that's good. Thanks for the laugh.
Errr, that was me. I hit the wrong button.
Well, thanks, Telescope. :-)
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