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Bowkills

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So much rain, I hate rain in the 30’s I would rather have a couple of feet of snow. It is amazing how the wet damp air makes it feel cold as crap.
It started to melt last night above freezing 1st time in 20 days or so. Temp dropped to 28 currently supposed to hit 34 today. A lot of moisture with windy conditions. It feels bitter freaking cold and shitty. Id take single digit temps all winter over these current conditions.
 

giles

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Feels great here in Washington County!
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"J"

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We keep getting rain moving through but stalling over top of us for longer then forecasted. Go from the .25“ too an inch of rain. I hand dug some ditches over the winter too alleviate some issues and after a lengthy rain late yesterday afternoon, a buddy pulled in and said all the ditches were flowing and nothing too speak of affecting the driveway. 👍🏼
 

Bowkills

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Someone mentioned 30s with moist air feels cold and nasty. Working outside I must say I hate the 30s . 40s-100 I'm great, 25- to negatives I'm great..... 30s suck far worse than any other temp for some reason must be just the non froze cold moist air I guess. It's almost 40 here gonna be a great day.
 
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Stressless

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Just now: BOLO:

The National Weather Service has placed High Wind watches and warnings in a significant portion of our service area starting at 10 pm EDT Thursday to 10 am EDT Friday. The current forecast is calling for sustained winds of 30mph+ and straight-line gusts in Central Indiana and West Central Ohio over 60mph.

Winds of this level are likely to cause power outages in our service areas which can lead to service loss, even in cases where your electric service is working.

This also places the risk on outside equipment mounted on roofs or antennas.