Discussion in 'Community' started by The Ancient Mariner, Apr 30, 2002.
There was snow on sub km height mountain caps just a month ago.
I don't want to imagine that. 17 here and already feels way warm, better than many summer days to be honest.
It's going to hit 20C in the UK this week.
Meanwhile, Autmn has just about started a month ago and only now we're getting cold(er) temperatures. Right now, it's 23°C, a huge drop from the near-30°C we were getting just a few weeks back, and with some luck it'll drop a little more.
Edit: btw, 32+ is very common here during the Summer. Horrible.
What part of Brazil do you live in?
I love temperatures of 30+ degrees. In the past few day we got some 28-29°C.
Meanwhile, I can't wait to see how @Night Prowler will take the typical July summer in Plovdiv, when it usually gets up to 40°C.
When did you become a gang-affiliated leopard? Better not mess...
I'm glad I won't be there then. I start struggling above 17C. Miss me with that hot shit.
30 at a time isn't problematic per se. Problem comes when it doesn't drop below 30 for weeks. Bodies of water heat up and they don't temperate the environment any more. Historically, the hottest ex-Yugoslav cities weren't on the coast, but near it, on a low mountain plateau by the river. River heats up, and they have 40(c) in the town. This happens along the coast too, the effect is not that dramatic, however having sea temperature of +25 deg is pretty much normal every season here.
Dubai, July, noon, runway, AC off, seatbelts on, 1 hour.
Come on, 17C is too cold to take off your coat even!
Many beers has gonna been haved.
The Sofia Leopards are a well-known gang from the commie days. They were allegedly involved in a lot of smuggling in extra food and tobacco supplies, as well as decadent western things like comic books and music.
São Paulo (the state, not the city).
Cold weather is much more comfortable to me.
Far enough south to have a seasonal cycle. I was in Florida in December and it was 25C all day for a week. Not what I'm used to in winter!
We should have, but we almost never do. On winter, with some luck, we'll get one or two 10°C days, before the temperature rises again to 20-something°C. On summer, we get up to 35°C, and then it takes a looooong time for the temperature to drop again. I don't like hot weather, so that's kind of a problem for me.
I had a Brazilian colleague up until November last year. When we had a few hot days (30C+) he started struggling with it as he'd become used to British climate after nearly four years.
I knew it! We need to swap locations.
Too bad I'm not a fan of Brazilian football.
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