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Same thing here, just hot instead of cold.
Last week we hit 88 F. (31.1C.) a couple times.
I assume the weather will be weird from now on.
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Considering I'm not famous, you sure do talk about me a lot.
"have you ever known of a hater that's doing better than you?" -Chris Crocker.
We have had some erratic weather. Cold then hot, but mostly dry, so it's also the worst allergy season ever.
I hear it's snowing in northern England too. Thankfully not here!
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I wish it would snow here.
Piraeus 25th April, 24 degrees celsius or 75 degrees Farenheit bright, blue and sunny.
Here's a live cam shot of The Acropolis, and Parthenon of Athens:
this is why you can't plant any thing until mid May. if I weren't afraid of repercussions I'd say something off color about Mother Nature right now...
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I would find that horrifying ---but I'm thinking of moving to LA to escape the weather on the east coast
I suppose there is that old saying: "Never cast a clout until May is out". We have not quite reached the end of April. Plenty of time for snow!
And it is forecast here in the East of England for much of this week - spoiling the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race.....
It froze over night a few times, and there's been a bit of sleet, but other than that, central Saskatchewan has been basically snow-free for a while... and to think, a few years ago, it just wouldn't stop snowing, and it finally stopped in May some time.
There's been a few days when the weather got up to about 20. I watered my grass and hung my laundry on the clothes line (not at the same time, obviously hahaha).... I'm very much ready for summer to fully begin, and I would be horribly disappointed if it snowed now.
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To be honest, with thousands of trees to plant this week, cold and wet suits me just fine.
The rule of thumb here is not planting before Mother's day.
A dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste.
Rainy, gloomy and cool here, but I don't mind because it sure is green. We should all be thankful winter is over. It is over, isn't it?
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Not until the end of May if the old saying is right. We will have to wait and see when winter ends.
27.77°C 82°F here today. And nice sun. Not that far away from you Neill
Ontario has had it weird since Christmas. Early melt then while we away the beginning of April there was a return of winter weather, then some really warm days, now crap and its going down to freezing tonight.
Athens, Greece today's high 22 degrees celsius, bright, blue and sunny.
Here's a live cam shot of The Acropolis, and Parthenon:
Update. April 26th....more light snow.
We could use some snow. My allergies are killing me.
Also having unseasonal weather in this part of the southern hemisphere.
Record warm summer, no real rainfall (in a rainforest climate), no real wind to speak of (in the famously windy roaring forties), it's been calm and sunny and around 65-70 Fahrenheit for most of autumn, which ends in a month.
It's great, but unusual, and I wonder if this is a drought year in the making.
Luckily we're too far south to be affected by the cyclones (hurricanes) that have battered the central pacific this year.
Strange weather this year.
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That's what you get when you live in arctic (Canada) brr...
Egads, what a few days. We've had the occasional hailstones, but today was different.
It started out calm, sunny and not as cold as yesterday. By lunchtime, we had our first hailstone shower. These became intermittent, and by half past four this afternoon, the sky was dark again, and the heavens opened with pelting torrents of the stuff, accompanied by thunder and lightening. It was relentless for half an hour, then it began to ease but carried on until half past six, then it was sunny again briefly...
The garden was a picture, white everywhere with the red tulips towering above everything.
I hate the cold it sucks but now the good weather is almost here which is nice
It is much nicer today...still a bit cool, but nicer tree planting weather than yesterday or the day before for the crews.