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  1. #1 What's the temperatures where you live? 
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    Where I live, the coldest temperature I remember, was -55 c. (-67 f) (no windchill)

    Just recently, it was supposed to be in the -50's again.

    Right now, it's -37 c with windchill. (-34.6 f)

    The hottest, would probably be 35 above c. (95 f)

    And I'm in southern Saskatchewan.


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    Tonight about -25 celcius. Muskoka Ontario


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    The only temperature below 0C ever recorded in Adelaide was -0.4. Hottest ever - 46.1C.

    Basically it's as described - hot Mediterranean climate with mild, rainy winters and hot, very dry summers.

    Today, right now on the third day of autumn, it's 26.5 outside my window and 31.4 in the city centre. Perfect weather for the Festival of Arts which started on Friday. The Fringe Festival has already been going for a couple of weeks.
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    We're at 14F, headed for 10 tonight and below zero again tomorrow night. This has been a damn cold winter. In a typical year we might have a few days below zero or in the single digits the whole winter. Now, it's getting to be a regular thing. For March, this is pretty unusual.
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    20°C here at the end of summer now.

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    6C (and raining) like it usually is in early March not far from Seattle.
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    Here are my city's average temperatures and rainfall (from Wiki):




    Every now and then it will go below 0oC or above 40oC, but that is unusual. I have no idea how some of you guys survive at many tens of degrees below C!
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    This morning, the temperature was -30C under a cloudless blue sky. It is now up to -13C and should rise another degree or two by mid afternoon, when I shall tend to yard chores and maybe get in a ride if it creeps above -10C

    According to Meteorological Service of Canada, Whitehorse has the distinction of being Canada's driest city, mainly because it lies in the rain shadow of the Coast Mountains.



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    We were in single digits (F), but the wind chill was sub zero. Not our coldest day, but it felt crappy after that little warmup we had.
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    The temp is about 73 F right now, with a few passing clouds. I made a short ride on my motorcycle but had to wear a light jacket. Saturday we had this awful nor'wester roll thru and we had some gentle rain showers and the daytime temps only got up to about 63 F. Night time temps were horrible -- in the upper 40s and low 50s. I hate it when I can't ride my motorcycle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PumaMan View Post
    The temp is about 73 F right now, with a few passing clouds. I made a short ride on my motorcycle but had to wear a light jacket. Saturday we had this awful nor'wester roll thru and we had some gentle rain showers and the daytime temps only got up to about 63 F. Night time temps were horrible -- in the upper 40s and low 50s. I hate it when I can't ride my motorcycle.
    in 73 f, i surround myself with ice packs. And you wear a jacket? lol we are different.

    And I just wear my sweater when it's -20 or lower. No need to wear a big jacket in 30 below. Your body doesn't feel cold, your hands do.

    (I used celsius)
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    73F. Pffft. It's now 34C - 93F - here and it's going to get hotter. It's only 1 pm.

    So of course now's the time I have to drive himself to a doctor's appointment on the other side of the city.

    At least the wind is going to change later and we'll have a much nicer day tomorrow. 27ish. (That's 81 in old money.)
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    I'm not going outside to check the thermometer... foot of snow on the ground coated with a 1/2" of ice, 12F this morning.
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    Along the mighty Niagara River tonight it is a balmy -20 celsius. I just realized I don't know how to type the degree symbol on the Mac Mini. On my old HP computer all I did was alt/number ( I had the numbers written down in those days).
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    Another ghastly day. At 72 F the temp is OK but we have a slight overcast. I was so hoping to spend the day in the full sun. Oh well, maybe I'll go for a walk anyhow. How boring . . . .
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    At 8:00 a.m. it was -29C and by 2:45 p.m. it has reached -11C but with the wind chill it still feels like -21C. I am going to head out and do my yard chores but I'm not certain if I am going to go riding afterward or not. There is still another hour or two of warming before the temperatures begin to drop again so we shall see. I did manage to fit in a ride yesterday but the wind was not quite so sharp.
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