GregK

How's the weather?

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So cold on Sunday the central heating went on. Warmed up over the last two days and it's off again. 

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Horribly hot and balmy again in NYC. Endless summer...

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Typhoon deluge. At least it's cooled down.

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Supposed to be the hottest day since the end of the last ice age in Britain today. Skies are clear at 7.00 a.m.

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Low 70s in NYC. Window open, AC off, cool breeze wafting in :).

The nicest thing about September is that right on its heels comes my favorite month, November...

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10 hours ago, fasstrack said:

Low 70s in NYC. Window open, AC off, cool breeze wafting in :).

The nicest thing about September is that right on its heels comes my favorite month, November...

Yeah.  I wish it had been this nice on Friday/Saturday (my "weekend").  But I'm only here another two weeks.  Then, back again, January-February.  And if it's anything like last January-February, I'd better enjoy this while I can.

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Heavily overcast and cooler at 27C. Very humid but no rain as yet.

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Heatwave as predicted ("Hottest day since...." "Margate hotter than Mars" etc). First time this year I recall it being hot without wind or clouds so you didn't get the usual British thing of enjoying the heat of the sun and then getting suddenly chilly as it disappears behind a cloud. 

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4 hours ago, A Lark Ascending said:

Heatwave as predicted ("Hottest day since...." "Margate hotter than Mars" etc). First time this year I recall it being hot without wind or clouds so you didn't get the usual British thing of enjoying the heat of the sun and then getting suddenly chilly as it disappears behind a cloud. 

Well it's alright for some. Here in West Cornwall there was no sun all day, on and off drizzle and then, in the evening, a torrential downpour with thunder, lightning etc. This storm was repeated at 3am this morning, only worse. Good job I'm moving to the balmy paradise of Devon next week.

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Where you going in Devon? 

Overcast here in the morning but cleared in the afternoon if a bit hazy. Still very hot. 

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Slightly further East - a bit of rain this morning but lovely conditions for the rest of the day. Just back from a stroll and a pint at Stourhead with owls hooting as a backdrop !

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Thunderous, driving rain woke us before six this morning.

Slowed down now but cloudy and soggy.

The weather this month has been dreadful with vegetable prices high after widespread crop destruction.

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Typhoon 16.

Rain, rain, rain. Sodden , grey miserable. Utterly fed up. :(

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Rain, rain, rain, rain, rain.

Typhoons and rain fronts, one after another.

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The weather is fine in Chicago mid fifties and the sky is blue.

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Bloody wet here. Flooding all over though not here. 

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16 hours ago, kinuta said:

Snowing heavily. Freezing cold.

Any pictures, Dave?

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6 hours ago, Tom 1960 said:

Any pictures, Dave?

I didn't take any but there are a lot posted on the net. Here are some.

http://www.japan-guide.com/g9/2265_top.jpg

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/n-snow-z-20161124.jpg

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/n-weather-b-20160119.jpg

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Low 20's here - lower with the wind chill, plus about 10" of snow so far and still coming down. I can't complain, since this is the most snow we've had all winter, plus I can just stay home. It used to be that I had to go into work no matter what the weather was, so retirement has its perks, even if it means that I'm old.

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Apart from some sleet yesterday, we've been enjoying a mild winter with blue skies almost every day. It's about 8c at the moment.

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February 23 and almost 90°

(32°C for you Celsiusts and 305°K for you Braxtonites)

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1 hour ago, rostasi said:

February 23 and almost 90°

(32°C for you Celsiusts and 305°K for you Braxtonites)

It might be useful to know where your "here" is.  (And where Anthony Braxton is....:P)

It reached 18 Celsius in Toronto today...an all-time warmest day for the city.

Edited by Ted O'Reilly
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