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"Building Ice!"

 

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5 hours ago, Techdenis007 said:

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.... and never mind the wind chill, which there was plenty of.  Breezy as hell this morning.

 

WTF?

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Last night, its warmed up slightly since ...

 

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Weather station is now in hibernation mode ...

 

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Minus 21 C :shock: in the banana belt of the Kawarthas. this morning!

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-22 on Lake Muskoka-lot's of steam!

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It was 9 below F or -23* C this morning.

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A balmy -25 ish this morning.  Calling for -2 and -3 over the weekend ... outstanding ... Saturday is signage day on D108A, Sunday, well, maybe inspect the local loops ... :) 

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-16 on Lake Muskoka-looks completely frozen over!

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-25 when we starter brushing at 10 am this morning.

God dam cold to be out brushing.

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34 minutes ago, soupkids said:

-25 when we starter brushing at 10 am this morning.

God dam cold to be out brushing.

It's only guys like you that make snowmobiling possible !! Many Thanks

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The Xmas week forecast is crapola 

Above 0 c everyday for SW Ontario and S Georgian bay 

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Just got in from the shop. 1* & snowing here.

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-2 in the great white North.  We haven't had any new snow since well before Christmas.  Calling for minus single digits all weekend and the following week, hoping we get some fresh snow in there somewhere.

 

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Minus 1  this morning. Calling for lots of freezing rain late sunday night into monday.Possible power outages.Hopefully that does not happen.

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Toronto is like a spring day. 7.8 C 46 F. Port Severn 2 C 36 F. Disappointing to say the least. Especially after the November weather was such a good start

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We are hovering at 0 today in the Sault.  I just came out of the bush.

 

Forecast is calling for rain over the next few days.  Points northward will be mixed rain-snow.

 

 

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Minus 29 this morning.Going to wait a bit before i venture out. This new sled is colder to ride then my old one.

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47 minutes ago, snowchopper said:

Minus 29 this morning.Going to wait a bit before i venture out. This new sled is colder to ride then my old one.

Only? -20 on L. Muskoka-part of the lake near me still trying to freeze over!

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1 hour ago, snowchopper said:

Minus 29 this morning.Going to wait a bit before i venture out. This new sled is colder to ride then my old one.

I found my 900 turbo to be a colder ride than my axys was

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Met snowchopper today at the Fork-on-the-Trail (Kearney Legion). Nice fellow. Chatted only for 5 minutes or so, as my riding buddies were ready to go before snowchopper spoke up and introduced himself. Food was good, by the way, and served with a smile.

 

Snowchopper is right, it was chilly around Kearney this morning. Minus 27 at the visitor centre when we ventured out, whereas it had been only minus 24 when we left Gravenhurst an hour earlier.

 

One of my buddies was cold all day on his brand new Renegade turbo, especially his hands. Maybe he's cold blooded. I was warm as toast on the 17 Grand Touring.

 

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We were stopped by two OPP officers on the Seguin Trail. Very efficient and professional: looked at our sleds for registration numbers and permits, spoke briefly with each of us to check that we were coherent, and sent us on our way.

 

Trails were excellent!

 

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Blake, how do you like your new sled?

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Perfect for me.

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