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    Default Think it's chilly now? Wait for the Polar Air!

    Says here that a mass of Polar Air is on it's way. *Expect temperatures to drop even lower than they are now. *They forecast down to 15 degrees C in Santo Domingo and down to single digits in the high country.

    Brrrrr!

    http://www.meteorologiard.org/2017/0...egar-este.html

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    Guess its time to prepare the snowmobile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beeza View Post
    Says here that a mass of Polar Air is on it's way. *Expect temperatures to drop even lower than they are now. *They forecast down to 15 degrees C in Santo Domingo and down to single digits in the high country.

    Brrrrr!

    http://www.meteorologiard.org/2017/0...egar-este.html
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    It says 18/19 in Santo Domingo, at night.....15 *is for Santiago.*

    I like it...I only don't like it that much that I have a solar water heater..........

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    Think it's time for Eisbein with Bommerlunder.

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    12 overnight in Jarabacoa but perfectly acceptable during the day.

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    i was looking for an excuse to try my first batch of croissants and what could be better than chilly temperature to help me out with the dough?

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    We're flying down on Saturday, until May, and I've packed an electric blanket for Matilda. She might be receiving it slightly used, lol!!

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    I can't take it lol! We are down to like 50 degrees F at night, have 3 quilts on bed. House designed for the heat so no sun comes in at all, like a barn so all open plan downstairs and walls don't reach the roof upstairs so the hot air can escape (and the cold air come in). We are in the clouds in the early morning, not just outside but in the bedroom too. And now polar air. Deep joy not.

    Matilda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda View Post
    I can't take it lol! We are down to like 50 degrees F at night
    ahh.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxboy View Post
    ahh.............
    ahhh??? Brrrrrrrrrr more like it.

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