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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by tabelmabel, Jul 9, 2019.
Pouring here in Scotland. And cold! It is a waterproof trousers and equafleece day!
I'm in the midlands. It's overcast but fairly pleasant. I'm pretty hot blooded though and am often hot when others are cold...
Weather forecast says high of 20C today. That's enough for me
Little bit of drizzle here in the north east, but it's welcomed
Low of 2 degrees here tonight. I’ve got my electric blanket on and McKenzie’s got her equafleece on. Obviously I’m not in England but I’m protesting against country-ism
In the south east it is cloudy calm and pleasantly warm
Oh @McKenzie !!! That did make me laugh I was thinking about you and o2.o when i wrote the post title. And then i thought, to heck, i am only really interested about the weather in England today.
I was expecting that they would all be baking on the beaches, but seemingly not.
I think i would do ok in NZ. I prefer cold
It’s ok, I’m used to just shoving my way in I prefer the cold too, although we do get into the 30s fairly regularly in the middle of summer, but I have air con!
Here ya go. It's 6am, sun's just peeking out and it's already 73 (22.7 c) and 100% humidity
I can run now and die of humidity, or wait for the sun to burn some of the humidity off and die of heat LOL
@tabelmabel and @McKenzie Scotland and NZ are two places I've always wanted to visit, but they both always look so cold to me and I'm a total wuss about being cold. I'd rather bitch about sweating all the time than be cold, 'cause once I get chilled it's so hard for me to warm back up.
100% humidity? Yak yak yak
Here in my part of Essex it’s 20 dog and very hazy. Nice for sitting outside a local farm shop cafe enjoying a coffee.
I sometime think about fleeing to Northern Scotland in the summer! . I've never done well in the warm/hot weather.
21c here at the moment but apparently feels like 24c.
I remember seeing you describe your place as 'the armpit of hell' on here somewhere and i always imagine you in some dry Arizonian landscape, which doesn't at all fit with the lovely woodland pics you post or your high humidity.
I think i would struggle in your climate though. Funny thing is, indoors, i really do like to be toasty warm. In winter, i love all the heating on and all cozy.
Coming in from the cold to a warm house is a lovely feeling. You just glow right through.
Anyway, it is 13 degree here today and, with no wind, that feels warm. So no complaints there. But this rain's not good
It's overcast and my car was saying 22 but it feels very close and muggy, I agree with @HarlequinCat about thinking of fleeing to Scotland but then I would be eaten alive by the midges so I will stay where I am and just continue to wail about it being to warm and when will winter come back.
18 degrees overcast with rain here in the NW.
Those midges sure are a bad up on the north west coast of Scotland and up North in general i think, but not where i am. Just south of Perth. None here at all
Oh gosh 13 degrees and rain would have me in an anorak LOL! That's downright frigid!
This get up kept me warm and dry (pic was taken to get something feline for dog walking challenge thread - so was trying to get a pic of the umbrella, rather than me
Glorious here in sunny Cornwall. Forecast 24 but I reckon a tad more.
Perfect excuse to sit in the shade of my aviary watching baby canaries and finches.
I'll spare you a photo but the tank top and shorts I just ran in look like I went swimming in them by the time I was done.
I would definitely need more clothes than that for a cold rainy day like yours! I'm a total wuss about the cold and yes, 13 is cold!