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I know I live in Southeastern Idaho, but the weather changed last night. And I do mean changed. It snowed, rained, blowed, snowed, slushed, rained. Yes, I know the term "blowed" isn't proper grammar in this case, but it rhymed. It has finally calmed down outside. I even used an umbrella today. The Indian Summer weather isn't forecasted to return any time soon. Hope I can tolerate this winter. Maybe that just means I need to get my studio in order and lock myself in!?! Yes, that sounds like a great idea. Is anyone else having winter too soon?


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Comment by Catherine Bungard on October 2, 2009 at 1:25pm
No snow here in SW Pa and I hope it stays that way for awhile although it's not the snow I mind so much as the cold. It's been down in the low 30's at night time already though and I didn't like it one bit...lol.
Comment by Barbara Graham on October 1, 2009 at 12:48pm
I think that's the same system that hit us here in NW Wyoming. The mountains are very pretty this morning all white against a blue sky and the grass is still green. It is actually late this year. It is not unusual to have a killing frost in early September. I certainly don't expect it to stick around though. The lovely thing is it stopped (or at least slowed) a couple of forest fires in Yellowstone and this area. When I took the dogs for a walk this morning, I had to wear a jacket, gloves and ear band--last week it was shorts, sandals and a tee shirt. Gotta love it.
Comment by ranchmom/OR on October 1, 2009 at 10:08am
Yes the weather has hit southeastern Oregon also, snow flurries in the foot hills and mountains. 19 degrees this morning. Earlier this week the cold temp was 48 and the high was 90 degrees. My body is not adjust to this very fast.
Comment by Prairie Quilter Jan/NE on October 1, 2009 at 6:12am
We've had such an unusual weather pattern this year for our area that it makes me wonder what kind of winter we'll have. Not sure I'm ready for snowin' & blowin' quite yet, but it may be on its way. Thanks for the heads up. Hope this was just a freak storm for you and not a steady trend.
Comment by Nancy/NC on October 1, 2009 at 5:00am
No snow here yet in western NC anyway, but change has definitely come, so, I know Fall won't last long, then Winter, & cold, will move in to stay, ugh! Looking forward to staying & making lots of good use of my studio....
Comment by Linda Richards/N. Ontario on October 1, 2009 at 4:46am
Grace, the older I get, the winter comes tooooooo soooon no matter when it comes. (ha). Anyway once the snow gets here to stay, it doesn't seem to be so bad. Yes, I think we need to lock ourselves into our sewing rooms and turn the heater on and forget about it. Have a great day quilting!

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