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Old 11-11-14, 12:22 AM   #15
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for us PNW folks, this year's chill seems to come @ just about the same time as last year, and the year before: tonite it's gonna drop down from 52F (11C) down to 28.4F (-2C).

House is kept @ about 68F (21C) for anything colder, my wifey will have headaches.

Fortunately, the futures market for natural gas has come down since october, so we should be ok (cost-wise) to heat the house this winter.


p.s. I started turning on the boiler this year when the fall brings the temp from 18C (64F) during evenings suddenly down to about 7C overnite (46F)...that's when the inside of the hosue gradually cools off down to about 16C, and wifey will start to complain..
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