KingCoal wrote:considering that's like 100* differntial
We've been there.....it's weird to think about. When it's 25 below & we heat a bit extra just in case. If it get's to 75 in the house, Bingo, we are heating the house 100 degrees warmer than out. It would take the same fuel to heat the house to 185 on a warm summer day! LOL
Today... while Greg is getting buried in fresh snow & Loki is dancing with a snowgirl.... here... it's raining hot water and 40 MPH winds. We have lost a HUGE amount of snow & almost all the ice from the ice storm. We had places in the driveway that the ice was a solid three inches thick...and now it's almost gone. I'm thinking with a little help it will be gone by sunset. I thought for sure it would be icy until April. Tonight: Headed to 8 below zero. Tis a crazy year.