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I heard about it too...asked my brother (who is in HVAC) and he said that they are upping the cost of it so that they can maintain a higher cost next winter (because the trends seem to show another really cold winter...and this one, on average, was about 10-15% colder than normal for much of the US according to him). This is just like gas prices, where they jack PPG up and then drop it in the summer to make you feel like they are helping and then they jack it back up for winter. He said the movements today are actually to trend prices much later. Makes sense to me...damn gov't.
After a high yesterday around 80, and a low this morning near 70; the fluctuations continue. Thunderstorms today with more potential for freezing rain into Mon-Tues.
Many trees and plants have started flowering or leaf out with the relative warmth last week. Actually had to mow and edge to knock down some of the weeds that were already starting to show seedheads.
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Enjoying a "cold" front in late July/early August. Lows in the high 60s and high temps under or near 90, with low humidity for the past four days. Normally it would be 10-15 degrees higher for the lows and highs, with much more humidity; all of which unfortunately is edging its way back.
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