By mid-July, the snowblower will be parked and all oil selection data will be forgotten on those machines. Snow tires will be stored, frozen engine and engine heaters will be forgotten and a new series of overheated engines will begin and so on,,, the crisis will start again, but in a new category of hot weather and oil selection in the desert will begin..imho..
What's your predictions??
You put good oil in your car? well don't put junk food in your human body engine, makes sense....
Loc: Flaherty, KY
Snowing here in North/central Kentucky this evening, 1-3" expected overnight. Hasn't been terribly warm lately, but I expect road surface temperatures are high enough to prevent any freezing or dicey conditions on the roads.
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Loc: San Antonio, TX
We're past last frost / freeze here as the mesquite has started leafing out. I've only seen the mesquite get fooled once all the years I've lived in Texas.
I forecast a great BBQ season kicking off!
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