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he calendar may only say November, but a mid-winter preview is looming this week. Arctic air has begun spilling into the north-central U.S., and it will bring the coldest air by far of this young fall-winter season to much of the central and eastern U.S.

 

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The cold this time will last longer and will be more widespread than other cold surges we have seen so far this season. By the end of the week, more than two-thirds of the U.S. will see below-average temperatures, and some areas could drop below zero during this cold snap.

 

The cold front has already begun its plunge. Colder temperatures arrived in Montana and the Dakotas late Sunday and will spread across more of the Plains Monday. Wolf Creek, Montana, fell from 49 degrees to 27 degrees in just one hour Sunday afternoon, according to Weather Underground data.

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The bags are packed, by this time tomorrow I will be Florida Keys - Winter home bound.

 

Peace and keep warm

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Got room for one more?

 

 

 

Make that two.

 

Meet me at FLL at 10:30 AM and there might be room in the rental car. It is a WILDCARD so I have no idea how large, compact or larger. what ever they want to get to Key Largo.

 

Peace

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