How Is The Weather Where You Are?

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Quinton's Comment
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It's a balmy 26degrees here in Virginia

Brian M.'s Comment
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Taking a 30 I. Winslow Arizona temp in the 60s with a slight breeze. Sweet!

Sunrise Driver's Comment
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I got the courage to creep out of Eastern Missouri and reach the other side of the rainbow here in Tulsa Oklahoma. It is currently clear at a nice crisp 48.

Kevin H.'s Comment
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0°F here in Maine. So cold that the lobster are throwing themselves in to boiling water.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Old School's Comment
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Greeneville, TN: 27 degrees with about 6 inches of snow in the parking lot of the TA. I started around 1800 from the Pilot at Dandridge, TN with the intention of driving all night toward Connecticut, but called it off after taking 2.5 hours to get 35 miles down the road and seeing about thirty cars and trucks crashed in the ditches and medians. Now I'm packed in the truck stop parking lot doing my best imitation of a Sardine - at least that's how it feels in here.

Pat M.'s Comment
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It is HOT! Made it into the 50's all week. exhausted.jpg~c200

Tom L.'s Comment
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It's down to 70* here in San Diego at 6:45 pm

Shiva's Comment
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Charleston, WV. 23 degrees and about 5 inches of snow

Phox's Comment
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San Antonio, TX it was a bit hazy and cool this morning in the 50s I believe but it all burned off to be a clear sunny day in the mid 70s.... little to warm for me. supposed to be in the 80s later this week.

We'll see what it's like when I get out with a trainer and wherever those loads take me.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Brett Aquila's Comment
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It was -20 (twenty below) yesterday morning here actual temperature.

You know how in Arizona they say "it's a dry heat" to make 120 degrees sound bearable? Well yesterday was a dry -20 so it wasn't bad.

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