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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by That Announcer, Jun 4, 2005.
Cold, grey and depressing.
Warm in Atlanta. Yesterday it tied the record high, 74 degrees.
They said on TV back in 1984 on this day where I live it was 74.
The rain never stops… but who cares? I like rain!
Today it is 57! It is beautiful out!! Although we have a cold front coming in tonight I think because the high for tomorrow is only suppose to be 45 and the rest of the week looks to be in the low 50's. I can handle it!!
Didn't take me long to get cold once I got done from work. Cold and windy in the State of Delaware tonight.
Yep I can definitely feel the temperature already dropping outside! Had to close my window!
Moved to New York for college back in August, great weather until October...now it is getting colder and colder. We had snow on the first day of November. I can't imagine how much snow we might get this month, and in January and February. As Snuffleupagus would say, "Ohhhh dear."
Today's weather is -2 degrees Celsius with scattered clouds. The wind is North at 0 km/h and the humidity is at 82%.
If the rain keeps up, I'm going to be dreaming of a wet Christmas.
Crazy! That's all I can say! This weather is down right crazy! And I don't mean Harry!
Wind picked up and the temperature dropped. Classic winter weather.
Today's weather is 7 degrees Celsius and it's mostly cloudy. The wind is north at 19 km/h and the humidity is at 82%.
Today's weather is 2 degrees Celsius and it's a clear day. The wind is northwest at 8 km/h and the humidity is at 62%.
You don't say…
I do say! or rather my chattering teeth say!
Lots of rain today, with plenty of cold temperatures.
Today's weather is 9 degrees Celsius and it's a clear day. The wind is west at 13 km/h and the humidity is at 36%.
You got all that by looking out your window?
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