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Unread 05-12-2013, 09:01 AM   #16
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do what you got to do . i cook in the rain,snow ,hail or what ever .

I hear ya. After a long winter, I was hoping to enjoy the middle of May without snow in the forecast.
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Unread 05-12-2013, 09:04 AM   #17
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We had frost on the ground here (and I'm real glad I covered my tomatoes last night!) The combo of wind and rain (if heavy) can make temp control tough. Good luck!

I'll be grilling some veggies and lamb chops later and no rain predicted here so my job will be pretty easy.
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Guess we are lucky here in Ca. currently 51 with a high today of 93. Where I am in the Valley they are picking cherries today,seen alot of vineyards being watered, onion field as well and even a couple guys planting corn. Love this time of year!!



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Stand a little closer to the Firebox It's 70 and Partly Cloudy here supposed to top out at 80
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Its warm ish here 35 this morning but I still got snow on the ground :( I DEMAND warm weather NOW the extend winter killing me.
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I'm in central Ontario - we're having snow, too.

I wanted to Q today(steak & shrimp), but Mrs requested Thai food.
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Well it did make the 80s just rolled in and don't think I've ever run so much Q but a good day all in all.
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Some crazy friggin weather. 90 degrees here today. Weird!
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Yikes. It was 102* and sunny here. Way too hot for my tastes. I guess the grass is always greener.
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I'll take heat over cold any day of the week. All it takes is a spritzing fan or a mister, or a pool, or a beer to stay cool.
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I think it topped out at 95* in my backyard, made the Weber seem even hotter than normal. Oh well, at least the beer was cold!

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I had the opposite side of the weather spectrum as it was 97 on my patio on Sunday. Sheeessssh!
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As a rule, I'd prefer cold over hot. But for smoking, I do like being able to mess wtih the smoker without coat, hat, boots, etc. There were times this winter where my hands stopping working!
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Mother's day was actually pretty good here in New York!
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