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This is at 9am this morning at the start of inspection #1.

It warmed all the way up to 0 for the 2nd inspection at 1:30.

Jim

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Makes me wonder - just how low a temperature can the sensor in your truck give?

Marc

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This is at 9am this morning at the start of inspection #1.

It warmed all the way up to 0 for the 2nd inspection at 1:30.

Jim

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Makes me wonder - just how low a temperature can the sensor in your truck give?

Marc

It's my professional opinion that the sensor can register temperatures into the negative twenties.

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This is at 9am this morning at the start of inspection #1.

It warmed all the way up to 0 for the 2nd inspection at 1:30.

Jim

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Makes me wonder - just how low a temperature can the sensor in your truck give?

Marc

I don't want to find out!

OTOH-It's a dry cold!

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This is at 9am this morning at the start of inspection #1.

It warmed all the way up to 0 for the 2nd inspection at 1:30.

Jim

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Makes me wonder - just how low a temperature can the sensor in your truck give?

Marc

I don't want to find out!

OTOH-It's a dry cold!

It is still DAMN COLD !!!

I was raised on a farm in NE Montana near the Canadian border ... COLD !!!

I'm keeping myself South of the Mason-Dixon Line. [;)]

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I saw a news story the other day where a lady up in Canada was throwing hot water up into the air, and the water would instantly turn to steam. I'd have to try that if I was ever in an area that cold. Heck, I've barely seen negative digits before.

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When I was a better Father and Grandfather, I would set up the pressure washer in the garage and hook it up to hot water and put on a nice show for everyone. Different nozzles, add Rit dye in the soap injector bottle and you can really make a mess.

Yes, the dye stains everything from the kids clothes to the neighbor's dog. Especially fun in the spring time as the colored snow and ice melts!

It is -18 degrees this morning and bright sun. What a place to live!

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I was down by the Big Pond the other morning when it was <0.

Waves would hit the pack ice, spray would fly up, and it would turn to ice balls before it came back down.

The "ground" was covered with little ice balls.

OK, now I wanna see Les spraying color tinted steam all over the neighborhood.......

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