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#1
Inspired by sadbrits crying dying in shorts weather


Here are the record highs and lows for Colorado

114 F / 46 C
-61 F / -51 C


Obviously those are the extremes, but it gives you an idea. Living at high altitudes gives you some real extremes.


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#2
Temperatures means nothing without humidity, where I live reaches 30 C in the summer with 50-60% humidity, sometimes higher. The heat I can deal with, but the humidity just turns sweat to glue and completely drains you

All of the polish people at work were complaining about it, and they've watched Tarmac melt in the summer back home
#3
awfy cauld to clammy af
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#4
Quote by Bladez22
Temperatures means nothing without humidity, where I live reaches 30 C in the summer with 50-60% humidity, sometimes higher. The heat I can deal with, but the humidity just turns sweat to glue and completely drains you

All of the polish people at work were complaining about it, and they've watched Tarmac melt in the summer back home

yeah it's same deal going the other way but with windchill + losing feeling in your face instead




#5
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yeah it's same deal going the other way but with windchill + losing feeling in your face instead


Oh god yeah, our winters aren't that bad but we get winds from Russia/Siberia, and living on the fens means there's nothing to stop the wind for miles so it's really strong.

Again the polish lads all hate it and can't handle it, and the temperatures back home are almost twice as low

Also this is a dumb thread which I swear has been done before
#9
Quote by Bladez22
Oh god yeah, our winters aren't that bad but we get winds from Russia/Siberia, and living on the fens means there's nothing to stop the wind for miles so it's really strong.

Again the polish lads all hate it and can't handle it, and the temperatures back home are almost twice as low

Also this is a dumb thread which I swear has been done before


I can't believe you would call my thread dumb
https://www.ultimate-guitar.com/forum/user/threads?user_id=1495292
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#11
The weather in here ranges from "th'fuck is this tranny doing in my bathroom this is an outrage" to "if you don't fuck a trans women you are literally hitler"

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#12
The climate of Houston is classified as humid subtropical. August normally ranks as the warmest month at 84.6 °F (29.2 °C) and January the coldest month at 53.1 °F (11.7 °C). The normal annual precipitation measures 49.77 inches (1,264 mm).

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#13
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awfy cauld to clammy af

I think you mean "taps oan to taps aff"
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#15
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are people literally dying in the streets cuz they ran out of water?


sorry bout dem sturms coming up
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#16
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are people literally dying in the streets cuz they ran out of water?


sorry bout dem sturms coming up

No becUz they r probs used 2 it chum

Edit: y do I bother being serious
#17
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are people literally dying in the streets cuz they ran out of water?


sorry bout dem sturms coming up


Idk I'm visiting cali rn

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#18
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at or below 0f to above 100 and humid as shit

the last few winters where i am (philly suburb) have felt pretty mild tho
yep

The humidity here sucks
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#19
terrible range

i want to live somewhere where it is 50 all the time
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#20
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Idk I'm visiting cali rn



three more degrees and there will literally be bodies of the elderly lining the streets
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#21
According to wikipedia, "Connecticut's warmest temperature is 106 °F (41 °C) which occurred in Danbury on July 15, 1995; the coldest temperature is −32 °F (−36 °C) which occurred in the Northwest Hills Falls Village on February 16, 1943, and Coventry on January 22, 1961."
#22
I hate when it gets to the low 80s and the streets are littered with cars that ran out of water
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#23
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According to wikipedia, "Connecticut's warmest temperature is 106 °F (41 °C) which occurred in Danbury on July 15, 1995; the coldest temperature is −32 °F (−36 °C) which occurred in the Northwest Hills Falls Village on February 16, 1943, and Coventry on January 22, 1961."


tfw you were there for a record
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#24
Last year, it was as low as -15 °F (- 26 °C) or so. Mid-May this year, it got to 95 °F (35 °C). 
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#26
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#28
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-19c/-2.2F lowest

34c/93F highest


sounds great. where is this?
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#29
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sounds great. where is this?

Oh yeah i forgot that bit.Northern England.Yorkshire.

It not usually either extreme though.Highs around 25c and lows usually -1c
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#30
It's currently 84 F realfeel 94.

From wikipedia, "Spring and fall are mild to warm, while winter is chilly with annual snowfall averaging 15.5 inches (39 cm). Winter temperatures average around 38 °F (3.3 °C) from mid-December to mid-February.[62] Summers are hot and humid with a July daily average of 79.8 °F (26.6 °C) and average daily relative humidity around 66%, which can cause moderate personal discomfort."

I'm fine with the temperature all year but the wind sucks so much. Tbh I'm comfortable in humid 100F weather too so I am more tolerant of summer weather than most who live here.
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#31
42.4 °C (108.3 °F) to −25.6 °C (−14.1 °F)

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#32
Quote by EyeballPaul
Oh yeah i forgot that bit.Northern England.Yorkshire.

It not usually either extreme though.Highs around 25c and lows usually -1c

Flat caps mandatory in all weathers, but may be exchanged - at the wearer's discretion - for a knotted handkerchief at temperatures above 22C.
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#33
probably about the same as phils and sg up there.

today is terrible

right now it's 78° F, 92% precipitation, 84% humidity

the air is thicker than beef stew
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#34
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Flat caps mandatory in all weathers, but may be exchanged - at the wearer's discretion - for a knotted handkerchief at temperatures above 22C.

#35
Texas is way too big to have a singular representation, so here's the demographic just for my city.

Average Temperatures for San Antonio. San Antonio's coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 38.6°F. In August, the warmest month, the average day time temperature rises to 94.7°F.


And this



And actually 102F is the record high for San Antonio. Humidity is mostly 30% and up.

Surprisingly not as bad as last week.
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#36
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Texas is way too big to have a singular representation, so here's the demographic just for my city.


And this



And actually 102F is the record high for San Antonio. Humidity is mostly 30% and up.

Surprisingly not as bad as last week.

Stuff like this is why humanity can't have nice things.
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#37
Im in New Jersey, coldest I remember was around -5 to -10 F, highest has been around 110-120, plus its humid as all hell out here
#38
"Oklahoma's highest recorded temperature of 120 °F (49 °C) was recorded at Tipton on June 27, 1994 and the lowest recorded temperature of −31 °F (−35 °C) was recorded at Nowata on February 10, 2011."

Honestly it's rarely ever super cold here in Winter.
This last Christmas day it was apparently 60-70F all day with a humidity of 70-90%
#39
Quote by Bladez22
Temperatures means nothing without humidity, where I live reaches 30 C in the summer with 50-60% humidity, sometimes higher. The heat I can deal with, but the humidity just turns sweat to glue and completely drains you

All of the polish people at work were complaining about it, and they've watched Tarmac melt in the summer back home

...60% humidity is high by you? OK.
#40
I live in Colorado 8,000 ft in the mountains It's down to around -20 -30 without windchill (the winds can be anywhere between 15-50 miles an hour on a normal day) in the winter and up to the 80's in the summer with lows in the 30's - 50's in the evening with virtually no humidity all year round.  It's fabulous, sure beats the hell out of Florida's shitty weather I had to deal with for far to long.  
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