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everybody! Happy first day of summer to all you south-siders.
22/Dec/13 6:09 AM
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It's the 1st day of Winter here in Alabama and it's 74 degrees. We've had some cold weather but a storm is moving in and we are in the area for tornados. I can remember it happening before several times at Christmas with many deaths. If it's going to hit us, I hope it happens BEFORE I cook all this More...
22/Dec/13 6:58 AM
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Good luck with Christmas Day, whereizzy. I hope the bad weather isn't too bad!
22/Dec/13 7:52 AM
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Hi Joe - sorry it's been summer since the 1st of December. We like to keep it simple: Autumn 1st of March, Winter 1st of June, & Spring 1st of September. The Seasons can switch around at the drop of hat down here!!!
22/Dec/13 7:53 AM
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Hi Kate. It appears that the astronomical facts don't get in your way. The astronomers define the seasons by whether the sun is north or south of the equator at noon.
22/Dec/13 8:40 AM
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