You can get anything you want, at Alice’s Restaurant
On Christmas Day 1942, Alice Texas reached 92 degrees. US stations reached 90 degrees on Christmas in 1942, 1948, 1955, 1983 and 1999.
Except fo Alice.
“Tony, we don’t like your kind! We’re gonna send your fingerprints off to Washington”!
-Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz
Take hwy 84 up in the mountains East of Palo Alto to Alice’s Restaurant on Skyline Blvd, Woodside, CA
I don’t believe it could have been 90 degrees in Florida during Christmas 1983, because on same date, Florida experienced a very severe citrus freeze, one of the worst on record.
Interesting. 90 degrees was the official high at The Everglades on Christmas 1983. Northern Florida was very cold that day however.
Andy, that’s common for us down here…
Ahead of the front, it’s sucking air up out of the tropical gulf..moving usually NE……90F
Once the front passes through…..you get the cold air behind it
Yes, and we can expect that to happen soon here in NC. My poor goat kids are in for a real shock when that loop moves east.
yep, I saw your radar this morning….it’s coming
It tricks our non-natives down here all the time….it can get warmer, wind sets down….absolutely gorgeous day…..right before all hell breaks loose!
Natives know when it’s gets warmer, more humid, winds dies…..start putting up the yard furniture!
SIGHHhhh, I do not want to catch and put nine baby goats in the kitchen for the night but we may have to.
So far the ten day forecast is for a low of 49F but Jeff Masters is known for forecasting high and re adjusting as he goes. The ‘loopy jet stream’ has often been catching the forecasters flatfooted recently.
Sounds like down here, the 3-4 hours before the “Southerly Buster” hits are usually very hot and steamy. The “Buster” is a welcome relief, so long as its not too manic.
It was warm in the day, the freeze was that night.
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