I guess it was COLD last night!

  I guess it was COLD last night! I am kind of happy because I still have not gotten out my sleeping bag. Currently I am sleeping using one cardboard blanket that I wrap around myself at night.

I also wear 4 pairs of thermal underware pants under my Levis. And on top I have 4 pairs of thermal underware shirts, along with 5 sweatshirts and a coat. A ski hat along with a hood on my coat keeps my head warm, and I have two ski gloves to keep my hands warm.

For some reason I had a real bad headache when I got up this morming. So bad I didn't eat all my breakfast. I don't know if somebody is trying to poison me by dumping poison on the cardboard I sleep on, or if I am just having a bad day. I have had headaches several times this week when I woke up.


Year's coldest night in Phoenix; below freezing in Tucson

by Lauren Kawam - Dec. 9, 2008 04:32 PM

The Arizona Republic

The coldest night of the season is expected to hit Phoenix on Tuesday night, ushering in temperatures close to 43 degrees, while those in the Tucson area could see freezing temperatures by nightfall.

Phoenix is expected to see daytime highs in the 70s and nighttime lows in the 40s for the remainder of the week, along with chances of rain as soon as Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service.

Before the rain hits, temperatures are expected to be 6 to 10 degrees warmer as the weekend arrives.

A 30 percent chance of rain is expected in the Valley on as early as Sunday night and it could last until late Tuesday next week.

For those in the metro Tucson area, a freeze warning was issued for Tuesday night expected to last until 9 a.m. Wednesday morning. Areas near washes as well as areas near mountains were expected to dip below the freezing mark Tuesday night


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