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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

The “Polar Panhandle” of NW Florida

It’s a very, COLD day in Wewahitchka, Florida! It’s 27 degrees and has been raining/sleeting pretty much all day. So I plan to share my icy day with you!

 

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12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous pictures, and I hope the ice doesn't damage those plants...nor cause any tree limbs to fall, which often causes power outages when we have ice storms. Our snow is currently melting in the sunshine, though it's only 24 as I speak.

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  2. brrrr but you did get some nice photos

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  3. Not what I expected Florida to look like.
    But I do love the ice patterns on the plant and your new ice curtain hanging from the roof is pretty.

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  4. Now that's cold. We're cold here in Savannah to I've been out taking pics of freeze damage to plants, seeing icicles also. The temperature here has been 32 deg since 6:30 Tuesday. Stuck right there. Flowering shrubs here are ruined.

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  5. Nice photos but WOW ! That's odd for you guys there ! The weather has been weird all over the world maybe mother nature is trying to us all something ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good week !

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  6. I know that the cold is perhaps not what you were wishing for,but it sure gave you some lovely scenes to capture.

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  7. Nice set of photos! I particularly like the last one.

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  8. I was surprised to hear on the weather that Pensacola had icy roads that had to be closed.
    Your icy images are awesome.
    Keep warm :)

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  9. Nice pictures! We've had a lot of icy days, too. It's been below zero during the night and in the mornings for days now. But - it is going to warm up on Saturday.

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  10. Beautiful photos! I know how unusual it is to get this kind of weather where you are, so delighting in the experience (even for those who may not like it) could be a once in a lifetime opportunity! We still have snow from the same event here, makes me happy, usually it's melted within 48 hours.

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  11. It looked like that at my house last week too! Hope you are well.

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