amanda141 wrote:We got some snow last night, and they're calling for freezing rain today but so far I've only seen slush (the bottom right picture is of the roads, and the sidewalks mostly look like that too!) Hopefully this doesn't freeze!
sonoma wrote:"Pearl for snow and navy for 25 degrees and below." Dour2005.
"Knitted, in her own stitches and her own symbols, it will always be as plain to her as the sun." Charles Dickens in A Tale of Two Cities, referring to Madame DaFarge and her knitting.
Have you ever wondered what Madame DaFarge's knitted project looked like? Perhaps it looked like a temperature scarf.
shar319 wrote:Don't have a picture but In Iowa at the moment it is 52 degrees with thunderstorms - the high for today could be 60. There is a Winter Storm Watch for later today - the lows will be in the 20s. Tomorrow it will be near 0 and a possibility of being in the negatives by Thursday. Makes me wonder if one could do a scarf by hour and not by day to show the range of temperature.
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