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    The highest Lowest Temp You have ever experianced

    i just thought to know the highest lowest temp u have evre experianced in u r life

    i am yet to see snow in real life

    for me it will be

    highest 43-44 C 109-111 F

    lowest 17-18 C 62-64 F
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    Highest: 47 degrees C, which is 117 degrees F - It was in Baroda itself, a couple of summers back... Summers here are terrible.

    Lowest: -17 degrees C, which is 1 degree F - It was in Jungfraujoch, Switzerland - the highest railway station in the whole world.
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    Highest was low 40 celsius in death valley, california, usa where the humidity was in the 90% region, intense. Coldest would have to be the scottish highlands at least -10% one winter time, was indoors most of the time thankfully.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twctopcat
    Highest was low 40 celsius in death valley, california, usa where the humidity was in the 90% region, intense. Coldest would have to be the scottish highlands at least -10% one winter time, was indoors most of the time thankfully.
    I was outdoors when it was -17 degrees C.

    Although, TBH, I don't find much difference after it reaches the minus. -5 or -15, it all feels the same.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudeep
    Highest: 47 degrees C, which is 117 degrees F - It was in Baroda itself, a couple of summers back... Summers here are terrible.

    Lowest: -17 degrees C, which is 1 degree F - It was in Jungfraujoch, Switzerland - the highest railway station in the whole world.
    The highest railway station in the world on standard gauge railways is Condor, Bolivia, at 15,705 ft
    on the Rio Mulato-to-Potosi line

    how come its the one mentioned by you ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by biased indian
    The highest railway station in the world on standard gauge railways is Condor, Bolivia, at 15,705 ft
    on the Rio Mulato-to-Potosi line

    how come its the one mentioned by you ?????
    Ooops, must be the highest railway station in Europe then, at almost 12,000 feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudeep
    I was outdoors when it was -17 degrees C.

    Although, TBH, I don't find much difference after it reaches the minus. -5 or -15, it all feels the same.
    You should come here and see the difference. Every frigging drop in the temp is felt here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanz
    You should come here and see the difference. Every frigging drop in the temp is felt here.
    Not really. I was in Chicago a few winters back. Exactly the same feeling. Definite difference between 5 and -5, but none between -5 and -15.

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    its pretty cold over here in england today, its been snowing, maybe more will come tonight and snow me in...

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    4 inches of snow it was meant to be, which unless it comes through the night, the weather people have got it wrong again... snowed a bit today, never settled though.
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    Damn only two days ago I was thinking of making this topic and then I forgot

    Anywayzzzzzzzz....

    My highest temperature: 51 Celsius in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was pretty darn humid that day too and I went out to play cricket even though my parents tried to talk me out of it

    My lowest temperature: -31 Celsius in Toronto, Canada acouple of years back. With the wind chill added on, it felt like -45 celsius, the news told me. But I was well covered up and stuff

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    I played cricket in Tunisia.. That was absolutely insane..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Langeveldt
    I played cricket in Tunisia.. That was absolutely insane..
    oh yeah i can relate lol. That day when i played cricket in the 51 C heat in Dubai, it was friggin bad. We were all literally boiling, you couldn't even open your eyes fully coz the sun was shining so strongly. And we were sweating just standing hahaha. But twas good experience........man I so wanna go back to Dubai.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReallyCrazy
    oh yeah i can relate lol. That day when i played cricket in the 51 C heat in Dubai, it was friggin bad. We were all literally boiling, you couldn't even open your eyes fully coz the sun was shining so strongly. And we were sweating just standing hahaha. But twas good experience........man I so wanna go back to Dubai.
    Ag me too, where did you stay/live?

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