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 PostPost subject: Weather in America vs. in the UK        Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 3:40 pm 
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Is the weather in the UK as unpredictable as the weather in Indiana?
A few days ago it was around 50-70 degrees Fahrenheit, but then next day, we had 2 inches of snow!
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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 4:20 pm 
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Here in the netherlands we had it to.

About 10 degrees (celcius) and the next morning snow (then about -6 celcius).
I havend seen snow for 3 years (before that we always had snow in the winter) but now its snowed in march.

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 4:35 pm 
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You people are lucky!

Where i live in Canada (Toronto to be exact) if you add up all the snow we've gotten since ~December, January, it comes up to 170cm!

And i had to shovel all that! :x

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 4:42 pm 
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It's pretty nice weather in Poland today. A sunny day. The temperature? About 15C. I havent seen serious snow since november btw.


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Yesterday it was sunny all day and today its raining with high winds :)

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We have bulls#it here in Latvia, there was no winter at all. Christmas and new year was all dry. 5 years back we used to have -20 cel. But this winter it was around -2 to -4 max. I have only one word to this- GLOBAL WARMING. :cry:


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I think where I live (which isn't in Europe), it used to snow mainly in December and January, but one year (2004), there was snow in November for two days, and then there was very little snow, even on Christmas, and on that day it was very sunny out side. After 2005 came, it snowed sometime in January, and the snow wouldn't melt until sometime in April. I think that was the longest we had snow. After that, for us, it usually snows in December, and January, and we're usually still prone to getting snow in February. However, last night it just rained, and today, it's all gloomy and wet, and we currently have no snow. Also, I heard that one time, back around 1997, we had a snowstorm in April.


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I live about an hour from Toronto, (towards Kitchener) and we are getting a good dumping of snow ; I am totally looking forward to going to Manchester UK to meet some friends in July though.


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this world is getting crazzzzzzy


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hmm, the thing is we can't really do much about it, it depends on the weather in space like if there is a lot of solar flares then there will be some warm periods.


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DjRob wrote:
Here in the netherlands we had it to.

About 10 degrees (celcius) and the next morning snow (then about -6 celcius).
I havend seen snow for 3 years (before that we always had snow in the winter) but now its snowed in march.


yeah, it sucked, but now it's 10 degrees again :).


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So it's pretty much the same every where...
CRAZY!!!!!!!!!! :P :P :P :P


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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sat Mar 08, 2008 8:03 pm 
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Andy wrote:
Yesterday it was sunny all day and today its raining with high winds :)

today at work it was incredibly sunny, i was sitting outside with a drink until i was told to get back to damn work.
about an hour later it was chucking it down.

and then on monday we're predicted to have have the worst storm in 10 years.


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come to Australia. Where I am were currently in the middle of a heatwave...another 40c+ day...although I wouldnt say thats really hot, when it gets to 45cish (which it does) then I might be a bit hot...


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happy dude wrote:
come to Australia. Where I am were currently in the middle of a heatwave...another 40c+ day...although I wouldnt say thats really hot, when it gets to 45cish (which it does) then I might be a bit hot...
You Austrailians are in a different hemisphere than us. Where we live, back in December, January, and parts of February, we had snow, but it's all melted now.


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interesting fact is that in the summer you come here to the Golden Horseshoe (Toronto area) you will face those same temps here sometimes


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last monday, here in western NY, it made it to about 70~75 F for no reason, now they're calling for some huge blizzard out of nowhere! Insanity!

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 PostPost subject:        Posted: Sun Mar 09, 2008 6:54 pm 
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Storms are due to hit the UK tonight. We're to expect 80MPH winds, very heavy rain, sleet, hail and snow. Oh joy...

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I have a friend in Manchester and another in Wrightington who told me they rarely get much snow.


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hypr wrote:
I have a friend in Manchester and another in Wrightington who told me they rarely get much snow.


He's right, the UK doesn't, but when we do, its usually not that bad anyway. Maybe a foot or so, nothing much more.

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Peteski wrote:
Andy wrote:
Yesterday it was sunny all day and today its raining with high winds :)

and then on monday we're predicted to have have the worst storm in 10 years.


Everyone keeps saying that, i just think it will be a bit more windy than usual. Lets hope so anyway.


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Well its morning and we have winds of 80mph, heavy rain and lots more to follow. The main motorways are closed to high-sided vehicles and many flights are canceled. Also ferries are canceled and railways have had temporary speed limits imposed.

If thats not bad, I'd like to know what is :P

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What should I expect for weather in UK for July?


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 PostPost subject: I had An Idea        Posted: Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:17 pm 
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:idea: What if there was a, for lack of a better word, Weather Reporter on this site, where you entered your location, and it spat out your forecast?
I would seem fitting, as I see some people on this topic are asking what the weather would be in their area. Oh, and in NE Indiana, the snow is melting and birds are singing! :D


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