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    What's the weather like in your part of the world?

    What's the weather like in your part of the world??

    Warm here about 29 degrees celcius.

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    Hovering around 0 Celsius, some snow and hail showers and sunshine inbetween. Closest we've come to winter weather in three months.
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    Mid-20s and humid tonight, not the nicest weather imaginable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steulen View Post
    Hovering around 0 Celsius, some snow and hail showers and sunshine inbetween. Closest we've come to winter weather in three months.
    I wish we could have some of that sort of weather.


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    Quote Originally Posted by luffy View Post
    I wish we could have some of that sort of weather.
    I know. I never really like it (unless there's heavy snow...snow's good), but I couldn't stand living in a place that doesn't have winters at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steulen View Post
    I know. I never really like it (unless there's heavy snow...snow's good), but I couldn't stand living in a place that doesn't have winters at all.
    A cold day here is about 10 degrees celcius. We rarely get any colder than that.

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    Hot, windy, dry. Nothing really changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luffy View Post
    A cold day here is about 10 degrees celcius. We rarely get any colder than that.
    That would be our late autumn and early spring weather. Mostly accompanied by cold winds and horizontal rain. The worst weather on offer in the Rhine delta.

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    Very hot day today, no wind but just sweltering heat. Last few days have been quite foggy in the morning but they have come out sunny just before lunchtime.
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    Sunny but cold. Lots of frost.

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    Five days of straight sunshine although mist set in tonight. Temperatures low-to-mid 20s. Just about perfect.

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    41 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. About 30 though at the moment, so it's not too bad.
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    Was quite good today, windy later on. Was dire the other day at 40.
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    About 31c here in the Eastern Cape.. Cooler as you move towards the coast at the moment because of the wind.. Sunny skies every day with the odd patch of cloud..

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    About 22 today. Was OK, maybe a tad cold. Weekend looks awesome, mid-20's. Perfect cricketing weather. And should be nice and comfortable out later on.

    Nothing I hate more than when you wear a tee out, and end up freezing your tits off for a while.

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