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My home is on Orcas Island, Washington but I lived most of my life in Hawaii--so my name here is "Maui," the Polynesian demi-god of solar-terrestrial physics. I have a theory that the Sun influences volcanoes in ways which are illuminated by Hawaiian and New Zealand legends, and some day this energy may be harnessed to produce electricity. One promising new idea is that volcanic tritium might be used to fuel hybrid nuclear reactors, which use fission to create fusion.
It's been awhile since I've been to the weather forum and see that it has changed a bit. I live in east central Kentucky in the bluegrass region. I've been reading The Old Farmer's Almanac since I was a kid. My grandfather used it as a tool for planting and harvesting. He and I used to just enjoy looking through it together. I love coming here and reading everyone's seasonal predictions and forecasts.
Hi iam from east central illinois and iam trying to find tempatures from days past from my area
Hi Currently living in Omaha Nebraska. Planning a Thanksgiving Trip driving to Sacramento to visit family trying to see what the weather will hold!
Hi everyone. I live in Central Kentucky. Weather here this summer is hot and humid. What's in store for us this winter?!
Hi, I am Dian, and live in West Central Wisconsin, (about 1-1/2 hrs east of the twin cities). Was wondering if anyone have ever heard about spiderwebs on the road meaning early frost. Our local news center also quotes weather from past almanacs. Usually around noon with the market reports for the farmers. I love to almanac, and now that it is on line, I love it even more.
Aloha, my name is Urchin and I live on the island of Hawai'i. It is impossible to predict the weather for this island as the trades and water temp control the direction of the weather at hand. Such as Kauai gets the hurricanes but not the island of Hawaii due to the temp change in water. This does not mean that my island will never see a hurrican it just means that it is unlikely for a hurricane to hit this island naturally. I have been reading "The Farmers Almanac" since 1957 and my parents utilized this literature as if it were the Bible at times. This was the way of the 50"s for most families and ours was no different. I also lived in another part of the country at that time. Anyway Aloha All.....
I live at 40 degrees, 59', 49"N
79 degrees, 49', 53" W
I guess I live in a temperate zone but, I don't know which weather zone defined by the Almanac (6 or 7) I should use. Any thoughts?
I live in the highest city in the country - it's now Oct and we still have green trees! I am wondering what kind of winter to expect