Saturday, November 25, 2006

A Minnesota Winter??!!

The temperature at high noon the day after Thanksgiving! Believe it or not, this is unseasonably warm for this time of year!!

Today in Minnesota History: 1863 - The Second Minnesota and the rest of General George H. Thomas's Army of the Cumberland charge up Missionary Ridge near Chattanooga and defeat the Confederates holding the ridge. (Reference: MNHS>ORG)

14 comments:

  1. I take it this is an unusual temperature? Should it be colder?

    Thanks for commenting on my grandson's drawing. He was so pleased and excited to learn where everyone was from who commented :)

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  2. Not too warm but I'm sure winter will bring that needle down quite a bit.
    Bundle up and stay warm until you can excape to those warmmer climes.

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  3. Good morning Kate,
    now we have almost same temperature,
    but we are saying, it`s unusual warm now. Snow has gone and a landscape
    is sad looking without a white cover.

    But we have candles, fireplaces and a glad mind!

    Have a nice weekend, Kate

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  4. brrrrr that's cold Katie.
    have a great weekend =)

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  5. :)
    so cold there!Here we still are in the autumn i think, the temperature is still around 15 Celsius.

    have a nice weekend what even weather you have.

    jing
    www.shanghaidailyphoto.com

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  6. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!! I can kinda relate...it's getting cold here too...48 at the moment! Winter is definitely around the corner Kate! ;-)

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  7. Your temperature was quite temperate for your area, wasn't it. One more thing that you had to be thankful for over the holiday (and just thing about the lower-than-expected gas/electricity bill).

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  9. OK, I won't brag about the temps around here this morning:-)
    I will only quote my favorite author, Jane Asten: "What dreadful hot weather we have! It keeps me in a continual state of inelegance."
    Enjoy the mild weather!

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  10. From what I've heard, this is very warm. It has been quite warm in Paris as well, so this global warming thing can't all be Al Gore's marketing hype. Now...what are we going to do about it?

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  11. Kate, we had such a warm Thanksgiving holiday too. Supposed to be in the 50s until Thursday when it will be high of 29! Great idea/photo for a post!

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  12. Brrr. We were thinking of having our Thanksgiving meal outside on the patio but it was slightly foggy and around the high 60s so we ate inside. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

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  13. i love this tool...I never know to change the Celsius to Fahrenheit...now its easier:)

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  14. Things are achanging...in fifty years we'd better have some canooing lessons.-)

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