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    Senior Member Wayne Nutt's Avatar
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    I surrender. Forecast is for 18 degrees Sunday night. From a high of 80 on Sat.
    What is going on?
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    The temp swing must be hard. We have sun today?? but more snow coming! I can hardly wait!
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    Normally enjoy a little weather adversity, but I'm not appreciating weather that messes with our Texas hunt test. Last December we got snowed out of Brazosport, Angels junior title delayed until Feb. Now the forecast for Bryan-College Station is 80% rain with thunderstorms. Sleet and icy roads for the 3 hour road trip back home. Fear not, we're going tomorrow for her Senior title tomorrow come "ice" or high water!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Epperson View Post
    Normally enjoy a little weather adversity, but I'm not appreciating weather that messes with our Texas hunt test. Last December we got snowed out of Brazosport, Angels junior title delayed until Feb. Now the forecast for Bryan-College Station is 80% rain with thunderstorms. Sleet and icy roads for the 3 hour road trip back home. Fear not, we're going tomorrow for her Senior title tomorrow come "ice" or high water!
    Good luck and be safe!

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    Senior Member Wayne Nutt's Avatar
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    Dang temp is only 13 with wind chill down to zero or less. I didn't get home from BCS HT last night until almost midnight. A six hour trip which is normally half that. The roads were extremely treacherous.

    We were successful at ht but more about that later.
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    Wayne when does this end!! We are at -2F which is not as bad as I thought it would get. We had 4" of snow yesterday. Awaiting more Tuesday. Remaining cold a couple of days here. Hope your weather improves. Be safe! And we all await spring!!!
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    Thanks for for the road tip on the way home Wayne. I pulled over at West, Tx road stop and "chilled" out a bit. Forgot how exciting 15 mph on ice can be. Heart racing hoping you and the dog aren't going to spend the night in the ditch. Of course I was toast today. Too cold to train here. If I had it to do over I'd stayed overnight in Bryan and trained there before coining home. The Bryan - College Station Retriver club sure did an outstanding job of putting on a event in the cold. Great group of volunteers!

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    The central TX area is getting more freezing rain today (Waco, College Station). This precip is not enough to help the drought. Just enough to make things miserable.
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    31 degrees with hopefully drought fixing rain here on Matagorda Bay. Heading back to MI to see snow, this warm brown stuff gets boring after the geese leave.
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    Wind chill of 0* here in Dallas for mine and pup's morning walk yesterday

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