Whats the weather like where you are?

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TheNarrowPath

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At the moment of writing this thread it is 23 degrees celcius, was a bit showery earlier but I went outside to hang the laundry after work and could feel the sun burning my neck. So a sunny warm day in Auckland New Zealand perfect with a little breeze at 5.37 pm Tues 13 Dec 2022.
 

Seeker47

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It's 0 c (32 f) here in the cornfield of Indiana. Dark, damp and overcast but not terrible for this time of year. (Hurry spring).
 

Lanolin

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what? I usually hang the washing out around 9 or before 10 oclock to make the most of the day and sunshine rather than do it after work at 5:37 pm!

Also it has been up to 29 degrees celcius in my part of Auckland...you must be on the shady side.
 

Subhumanoidal

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A chilly 35 f (1 c) here in my corner of the US. Seems the temps dropped in the past day or two.
 

JTB

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Lower 30's with wind, rain, snow, slush, ice for the next 3 days. SW Minnesota
 

Adstar

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At the moment 5:05pm it's 22 degrees Celsius ( 77 Fahrenheit ).. It is a sunny day and there is a moderate breeze coming from the west.. It is not humid.. I am in the state of New South Wales,, eastern Australia..
 

TabinRivCA

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At 10:15pm here in SoCal it's 43*F , and most of us are sick, we're not used to temps under 65*, lol.
 

TheNarrowPath

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For all of you in the Northern hemisphere, Id love a little bit of snow right now! I miss a winter wonderland :) ⛄❄☃🎅🤶🎄🎁 Right now its grey skies with rain drizzle which I dont mind, its nice for a walk before dark.
 

Mission21

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4:58 am
East Coast, US
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23F(-5C)..now
High 42F(6C)..today.
Mostly Cloudy
 

Lynx

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For all of you in the Northern hemisphere, Id love a little bit of snow right now! I miss a winter wonderland :) ⛄❄☃🎅🤶🎄🎁 Right now its grey skies with rain drizzle which I dont mind, its nice for a walk before dark.
Wait... You MISS a winter wonderland? Like, it was something you used to have?

Where did you grow up?
 

JaumeJ

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Spain is having a lot of flooding from central Spain west all the way to Lisbon, Portugal. Here on the East Coast it is 23 C. , cloudy with a nice breeze, so I am not about to complain.
 

JaumeJ

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Spain is having a lot of flooding from central Spain west all the way to Lisbon, Portugal. Here on the East Coast it is 23 C. , cloudy with a nice breeze, so I am not about to complain.
#This waswritten, typed, yesterday, but I found this morning that I had not yet hit the "post reply" option.l Please excuse that
 

jb

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It's - 1 C, here in N Ireland, had a bit of snow a day or two ago, absolutely miserable, how I'd love a week of sun with 30 C....
 

Thusiserve

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We've had a full week of 70's here in south Texas. And that's fine by me. Anything north of Mexico is too cold for me!
 

TheNarrowPath

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I used to live where it can be extremely hot in the summer and extremely cold in the winter :) And the people there would mock me for the lame weather NZ apparently has. "You call that cold!?" 🤣 It was so cold that I got used to seeing icicles in peoples noses. 😲
I love the NZ summer tho, but the older I get the more I am looking for shade. I cant lay out and burn like I used to. So a week where I can swap my summer for your winter would be pretty idyllic right now. No snow where I am atm so will have to take all the young kids to snow planet for an artificial snowwy christmas :)
 

Thusiserve

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I used to live where it can be extremely hot in the summer and extremely cold in the winter :) And the people there would mock me for the lame weather NZ apparently has. "You call that cold!?" 🤣 It was so cold that I got used to seeing icicles in peoples noses. 😲
I love the NZ summer tho, but the older I get the more I am looking for shade. I cant lay out and burn like I used to. So a week where I can swap my summer for your winter would be pretty idyllic right now. No snow where I am atm so will have to take all the young kids to snow planet for an artificial snowwy christmas :)
Icicle noses! Now that's cold! Our average high in August here is 99. I find that the older I get, the more I dislike the extremes. Temps in the 100's are terribly uncomfortable, but super cold brings pain! Lol
I wonder how many of us would like to live in perfect weather. (I would.) Subjective, I'm sure. What's perfect?