I personally am really confused with the weather. One day it's insanely cold, but the sun shines. The next day it's way too humid and its raining. The day after that, it is freezing and raining in the morning, and it gets to 80 and clear skys by noon, and it's dry out.
@GWN: You live in Canada. For those of us down South, snow is a rare occurrence and does not stick around all winter. In fact, this winter all we had where I lived was two inches total for the entire winter, and that snow melted immediately.
What you're having up in Canada right now is likely much colder than my winter was.
HA! I don't know where you live in the "south" Envy, but you live more north then me. I got bout half an inch of snow the whole "winter"
When I meant 'down South' I meant in comparison to Canada. Although Oklahoma, where I live, is pretty far South. We get the horrible humidity of the Southeast, the heat of the Southwest, and the tornadoes of the great plains.
I can't, for the life of me, even begin to understand how anybody thought that Oklahoma would be a good place to live.
Originally Posted by Bartimaeus Sex
It's interesting to me that so often, no matter where I go, people in cold places like warm, and people in warm places like cold.
Actually, a lot of people where I live actually like this god awful weather. The newscasters for some reason think that a week full of mid 80s in April is 'nice'. It's rare you run into somebody around here that likes it cold. Mostly because most that do get out of here real fast, I suppose. lol
24 degrees celcius, enough water in the air to be not have that horrible dry wind, yet not so much for it to be stuffy, a few clouds in the sky enough so that during parts of the day the sun is partially blocked. That is my favourite, this Autmn has been very good so far.
Least Favourite: when its35 degrees celcius or higher, there are no clouds and the air is dry and windy or very stuffy.
Can anyone explains what being in snow is like, please?
Please refer to me as 'Blake' it seems more personal without the G, thank you in advance.
I like cool but not cold weather. I love rain as it brings petrichor and thunder. I love thunder. And petrichor.
I particularly enjoyed but not really enjoyed this Winter. Winters here are icy-snowy-sleet-and sometimes hitting outrageous temperatures. (Maybe two years ago, we had a -30F windchill on top of a foot of snow/ice.) This year, we had nearly 90 in Winter which was when billions of record temperatures were surpassed. Not fun when the AC is on during Winter when it's usually 0F outside. Hah.
As for spring. It's cool. Winter was hot and Spring is 20-30 degrees cooler. The hell happened to the weather? Next, it'll be snowing mid-Summer. Also, it's been cloudy lately. It's cloudy 50% of the time here so it's not surprising.