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Jul - General Chat - What weather do you LIKE? New poll - New thread - New reply
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Posted on 02-02-18 06:29:16 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Tarale
That's just Adelaide.

Yes, like I said, Hell.
A friend of mine who lives in Adelaide actually pretty commonly describes it as that, amusingly.
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Posted on 02-02-18 09:50:35 AM Link | Quote
Around 70F is my preference, decent amount of sunshine.

Sunlight is honestly the big thing. I can't stand how short days are in the winter. I need daylight!
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Posted on 02-02-18 02:22:01 PM Link | Quote
65°F with heavy winds, heavy rain, and a severe thunderstorm

Alternatively, 70°F with a cool breeze and gentle showers

Lastly, 65°F, overcast


These are, unsurprisingly, also the weather events least likely to happen where I live.



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Posted on 02-02-18 02:27:08 PM Link | Quote
I'd be okay with 15-25 C and between light showers and clear skies year round. I can't stand snow.

Living in the Pacific Northwest means I experience nine months of grey and rain and three months of sunlight, and rarely does it ever get colder than freezing in the winter. So that's close enough for my liking.

Less rain would be nice, but no snow is good enough.
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Posted on 02-02-18 02:32:30 PM Link | Quote
Oh, give me rain. Not too much, but a nice, light drizzle on a cold day. Late autumn, perhaps.

I can't stand heat at all.
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Posted on 02-10-18 09:33:05 AM Link | Quote
The ideal weather for me's 50-60 degrees Fahrenheit (10-16 degrees for the Celsius users here) rainy days. Not excessive or heavy rain, just a light drizzle that's quite relaxing to hear.
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Posted on 02-10-18 10:41:37 AM Link | Quote
You know the kind of January, February weather in which you can see the coolness in the air through the splotchy, cool grey sky? The kind of day where, if you look closely, you can make out and follow individual snowflakes falling? The sort of weather in which you can walk out in a scarf and coat and feel the crisp, cool air hit your face, and it's so cold you can smell it?

Well take all that away because I hate it. 75+ degrees or bust.
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Posted on 02-10-18 10:07:24 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by DashieSim
You know the kind of January, February weather in which you can see the coolness in the air through the splotchy, cool grey sky? The kind of day where, if you look closely, you can make out and follow individual snowflakes falling? The sort of weather in which you can walk out in a scarf and coat and feel the crisp, cool air hit your face, and it's so cold you can smell it?

Well take all that away because I hate it. 75+ degrees or bust.

ok but what if i told you even tho that weather's not ideal for me and i wouldn't want it 100% of the time i actually kind of enjoy it from time to time

is that a truth you can accept

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Posted on 02-11-18 12:43:04 PM Link | Quote
Around 19-20, light humidity. Maybe a very gentle rain, and without an overly-wicked sun beating down
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Posted on 02-11-18 03:55:08 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Xkeeper
65°F with heavy winds, heavy rain, and a severe thunderstorm

Alternatively, 70°F with a cool breeze and gentle showers

Lastly, 65°F, overcast


These are, unsurprisingly, also the weather events least likely to happen where I live.






Come to Holland, that type of weather will happen here at practically any time of the year.

As for me... hmm. Honestly, my comfort zone is pretty much anywhere between -10°C and 30°C, humidity depending for that upper bound - could be higher in practice, but it never goes below 50% out here. I'm down with pretty much any weather type, though cooler temperatures go best with rain or snow, hotter ones with nothing.
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Posted on 02-12-18 11:06:05 AM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Rambly
Originally posted by DashieSim
You know the kind of January, February weather in which you can see the coolness in the air through the splotchy, cool grey sky? The kind of day where, if you look closely, you can make out and follow individual snowflakes falling? The sort of weather in which you can walk out in a scarf and coat and feel the crisp, cool air hit your face, and it's so cold you can smell it?

Well take all that away because I hate it. 75+ degrees or bust.

ok but what if i told you even tho that weather's not ideal for me and i wouldn't want it 100% of the time i actually kind of enjoy it from time to time

is that a truth you can accept


no; such an absurd preference, even just occasionally, is well beyond my capacity to comprehend
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Posted on 02-14-18 10:01:53 PM Link | Quote
my favourite is warm early summer/late spring rainstorms! i am notorious for running around in the rain and ruining my shoes in the puddles. i love foggy and overcast days too. all weather is enjoyable to me, but more than anything i cant stand cold, dark winters for very long. i like my snow to be in edible little bites, if it sticks around i tend to fall into depression.
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Posted on 02-14-18 10:03:58 PM Link | Quote
I love overcast or foggy days, especially in the morning. Rain can be nice, and sunny days are good too, but a bit more uncomfortable here.
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Posted on 02-14-18 10:09:37 PM Link | Quote
Originally posted by Mirzaba
I love overcast or foggy days, especially in the morning. Rain can be nice, and sunny days are good too, but a bit more uncomfortable here.

shame on you, arizona monsoons are some of my favourite kind of weather. you better enjoy it on my behalf! the sunny weather isnt so bad if you have a cool place to hangout at, i liked being able to enjoy the poolside a lot last summer, but its dreadful if you dont have that. i think its worse to be trapped in the car or a crowded place in that kind of weather.
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Posted on 02-20-18 08:07:29 AM Link | Quote
I like overcast weather because...Well I’m tired of seeing the sun.
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Posted on 02-20-18 02:44:11 PM Link | Quote
Getting tired of seeing the sun is definitely a thing, as I know all too well from living under it for decades
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Posted on 02-20-18 03:46:33 PM Link | Quote
A comfortable day for me is like, upper 60s to lower 70s, with the occasional soft breeze and partially cloudy skies.

Although, last night it was really snowy but there was basically no wind and it didn't feel extremely frigid? And it was actually really, really nice. It's also kind of beautiful how it didn't feel dark out because of all the snow on the ground.
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