This is some weird weather

I live in (near) Windsor, Ontario, Canada. As we all know its January. I took these pictures of my back yard today at 151pm on January 7th 2008. the temperature outside is 69 degrees ferinhiet or 20.5 degrees celsius the same temperature as Phoniex, Arizona. this is pretty weird, Eh?

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im in vancouver right now today we had snow, slush, hail, rain, and scared....
roybob559 years ago
Yep, thats weird. I live in Oklahoma. On Jan 31 we got 6" of snow. On Feb 3 it was 81 deg, in Tulsa and on Feb 4 we had another 2" of snow. I am 42 yrs old and have never seen anything like that and I was born here. I have talked to people in their 70's and they too have never witnessed anything like it. Read up on the worlds rivers drying up, glacial meltdown, species dying off. It all adds up to our future not looking to promising. Also read Revelations in the Bible. Something to think about. Roybob
KentsOkay10 years ago
(dark and foreboding music)


GorillazMiko10 years ago
You live next to the beach? Awesome!
chaoscampbell (author)  GorillazMiko10 years ago
Well, kind of. I live right on a cliff thats about 50 feet. you can climb down and swim off the rocks but if its rough out its a little dangerous. its about a 5 minute walk along the cliffside to get to the nearest sandy beach. its so much fun out where I am in the summertime when you can swim and fish and jetski and so on... the winter can be very very quiet though... not many people stay out here year round. its beautiful to look at and can be fun on a skidoo but very very quiet and cold.
Cool, cold is bad, but still, that's awesome. At least you can Instructable in peace. ;-)
chaoscampbell (author)  GorillazMiko10 years ago
lol....true... I have a heated workshop in the back yard... I spend a lot of time in there in the winter months... waiting for the 90 degree weather to return
Oh, cool, I wish my room was like a workshop. One half with a bed, posters, stuff. Other half, soldering irons, screwdrivers, hard drives, computers, components, stuff. Haha. By the way, in the water (in the pictures above), are those glaciers or something?
chaoscampbell (author)  GorillazMiko10 years ago no.... its the Great Lake Erie. in the winter the shoreline will freeze up about 6-10 Km out. there just sheets of ice... it breaks up and re-freezes all winter long with the water movement.
Is is possible to walk on it?
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