Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Windy Wednesday and The Cortex Of The Polar Vortex.

Windy Wednesday and The Cortex Of The Polar Vortex.

Molly The Wally On A Windy Day!
 
 
Although unusually mild here across the pond we are being battered by high winds and heavy rain. Worry not as you can see I am well prepared. I am keeping my ears close to my head incase I get blown away a la The Flying Nun. 

So on windy Wednesday


It sure is wild over here.

And onto the Polar Vortex........when icicles are not so niceicles.....



Stay warm and dry and safe everybody. We say a prayer or two today, for farmers, their livestock and wildlife out there both here and across the pond. 

53 comments:

  1. Oh Molly you seem very well prepared indeed....for storm or unexpected clothesline dilemma..we think too of the poor livestock and wildlife and not so lucky animals..i hope they find sanctuary from that crazy bad weather..keep your ears down girl :) hugs Fozziemum xx

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  2. It's just terrible Molly, we are praying for everyone here and across the pond. We are lucky, we don't have it too bad here. My park is a swimming pool though xxxxooxxxx


    Mollie and Alfie

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  3. We're having a very windy evening, too. Could have a lightning storm...butt, we're hoping for some rain.

    Bundle up and keep dry.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  4. Oh Miz Molly, hang on to your ears little one...we had a HORRIBLE two days of cold that was reported to be colder than on MARS! YES!

    I pray for all of you dear friends across the pond as this vortex makes its way to you. HUGS and stay INSIDE!

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  5. We're purring and woofing for effuryone to stay safe.

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  6. Oh Molly, it is just to cold for man or beast. We feel so sorry for all our fur friends suffering in the cold right now. You look so warm and comfy.

    ♥♥♥Mona & Prissy

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  7. Oh that is Windy. We are right in the center of the polar vortex here, or as it used to be called some rather cold days

    retro rover

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  8. You're wise to hold on to your ears! Mine give me enough trouble when it's windy and yours are longer than mine!

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  9. OMD...I didn't even consider that! If my ears caught just the right wind condition, I would find myself flying across the pond. Please catch me upon my arrival!

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  10. We are saying prayers with you Molly. Dang polar vortex needs to get the heck off this world.
    Stay warm girlfriend
    Hugs Madi your bfff

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  11. This is a January similar to the ones when I was a kid, (but they didn't have any fancy names for it then). They also didn't ever close the schools which they do at a drop of a hat now. I remember trudging through snow and nasty wind chills. I want a do over! lol

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  12. When we were on holiday in the Lakes over Christmas the spring bulbs were coming up, Daffodils coming up in December the weathers gone mad, it was unseasonly mild.

    Sheba.

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  13. We've seen some photos and videos of the wind, rain, and flooding in parts of the U.K. This polar vortex is playing havoc with too many of us!

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  14. Mom says it is times like this she wishes she was home...but then again she called her sis yesterday and she said it was 48 degrees C over there in Australia - that is 118 degrees Fahrenheit !!!!!!!!!! Hmmmm you know you can always add layers to get warm but there is only so many layers you can take off to cool down......maybe the cold isn't so bad

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  15. Brrrr...we are up to a high of 7 today, a huge improvement. Just keep thinking of those poor animals left outside and of course of the livestock as you say.

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  16. Brrrrr. that makes me cold just looking at it.

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  17. I hope it's not THAT wild over there. Stay safe, sweet Molly.

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  18. Stay in and stay warm! That is what we are a doing!!
    stella Rose

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  19. Stay warm and cozy Molly! Me-Ommmmmm

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  20. Whew, yep maybe you need a rope around you and a squirrel infested tree so you can be safe and have some food, in case the floods come to your place!

    The Mad Scots

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  21. i saw that huge wave on the news! crazy winter!

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  22. I sure hope everyone gets unvortexed really soon.

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  23. GOOD Idea about keepin the Ears CLOSE... would NOT want you to be blown away...
    We think the entire WORLD will be glad when the Cortex of the Vortex is BACK where it belongs.

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  24. I hope we get devortexed and very soon because its causing too many peoples too much trouble all over the world. Glad you are home and comfy, Molly, as are we,
    Your Pals,
    Jo, Stella and Zkhat

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  25. we have had enought of winter already. Snow has started here today, at least our temps are in the 20's. But the wind is supposed to blow in the next few days.
    we hope all are safe and warm
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Greta

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  26. Me too Molly, I hope all the anipals in the forest and outside will not be hurted. And all peeps too. Have a warm wednesday.

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  27. The weather has gone crazy!
    Dip and Elliot x

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  28. It has been just wretched here too. Praying for all those farmers!

    Nora

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  29. Mommy says that those photos are really impressive, but that it makes her cold just to look at them. We all had a good laugh thinking of you sailing through the air like the flying nun. MOL! Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  30. Mummy is sooo bored of the rain, our park is like a swamp lol. Keep warm and dry xxx

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  31. There is way too much nutty weather lately! Stay warm and dry and safe, Molly!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  32. It's sure looks windy. Have a nice day, from your pal Laika.

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  33. Stay warm and dry everyone. It is rainy just a little bit here today, but seems a little warmer than yesterday maybe.

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  34. Our storm has passed but we still have lots of snow on the ground and cold temps. Hope you are staying warm inside, dreaming of special friends.
    Wags, Noreen & Hunter

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  35. Hey Molly!
    Wow, what pretty pix, even if they are cold! It's freezing and I'm starting to dream of Spring sunshine. Great post about remembering the chilly, less fortunate critters who are outside in this. Happy Wednesday, my furiend.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

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  36. It was a summer of wild weather, and now all this cold and snow and rain and wind. Mother Nature must be very angry at something.

    Stay safe. We are starting to warm up, but rain is on the way. Rain, warm temps, and melting snow = MUD!!!

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  37. We are trying to stay all three and hope you are too

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  38. Hi Molly. Its been cold outside. What is going on with the weather!

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  39. Be safe Molly! The weather is crazy everywhere!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  40. Good idea to keep your ears battened down! Stay warm!

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  41. It's been pretty cold here too and very wet - but all the puddles are frozen. Yesterday it was around 12 degrees! Today it was warmer - around 30 - and I went swimming in the river and got little icicles on my tummy! I wasn't cold tho cause I was bred for these temperatures.

    Garth

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  42. I was soooo worrieds about you when I saw the head lines on the news last night. I hope your house did not get wet.
    Please stay safe!
    love
    tweedles

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  43. Whoah...those windies look scary!!!

    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty and Bilbo

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  44. great pictures and keep sending prayers out.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  45. Brrrr, you might need a warmer scarf and some rain boots, just sayin'

    Wyatt

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  46. teehee - keeping your ears down - what great advice!

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  47. the weather sure is strange at the moment,xx Speedy

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  48. Stay safe and hang in there! Things are starting to improve on this side! Love Dolly

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  49. Mowzers, that's smoe wind! We're finally out of the vortex, but we think we musta caught some of your wind. Our mom was fighting it up in the air yesterday for hours and her arms are soooo sore today!

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