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Windshield on my truck was frozen at 7:30 this morning.

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When I duck hunted last thursday it was 27 degrees. We had about 10 feet of skim ice to break through to get to the open water.

Its only a matter of time.

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Had 28 a couple of days ago down here. Its going to maybe get down to around 30 tonight. Won't be long now.

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Supposed to have a DAYTIME high of 40 here tomorrow, and rainy, so kind of excited ice fishings coming soon, but it will be dreary tomorrow, thats for sure

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Ahhh my friends don't get to envious of the snow because although it has snowed all day not even a flake has stuck to the ground nor will it till the ground cools or freezes some .

What I'm looking for is super cold temps without snow . Some areas in our western provinces have had some snowfalls pretty well 3 weeks ago and many are thinking ice will hit them by early to mid November . I don't think I will see that in my area that early this year but my hopes are up for us all to be on the hardstuff soon .

TD

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Got 40 here for a high in the Twin $hitties and there was freezing rain/snow coming down earlier. the ground was covered in slush for a few minutes. Definately on its way and the 40 degree temps and cold rain will bring the lake temps down fast! I think we will be on the ice by Thanksgiving this year...

Ryan

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i have have been seeing the same thing ryan was because when i driving home from school today there was frozen rain/snow coming down and it only made me want to get on the ice even more now haha

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