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05 Nov 2016 20:59

BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAARRGHHHH!!!!!!!!!

That is a very accurate description of typical Danish November-weather.
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05 Nov 2016 22:17

RedheadDane wrote:BLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAARRGHHHH!!!!!!!!!

That is a very accurate description of typical Danish November-weather.


Here in Vancouver, it rained 28 out of 31 days in October. It hasn't stopped for November, either.

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05 Nov 2016 23:04

ScienceIsCool wrote:[quote="[url=http://forum.cyclingnews.com/viewtopic.php?p=2041133#p2041133]
Here in Vancouver, it rained 28 out of 31 days in October. It hasn't stopped for November, either.

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Oh dude, Vancouver, B.C., or Vancouver, WA?

Either way we're practically neighbors here in the PacNW. :cool:


EDIT - Apologies, there may be more Vancouvers around the world, but these are the only two I know of.
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06 Nov 2016 06:18

Tricycle Rider wrote:
ScienceIsCool wrote:[quote="[url=http://forum.cyclingnews.com/viewtopic.php?p=2041133#p2041133]
Here in Vancouver, it rained 28 out of 31 days in October. It hasn't stopped for November, either.

John Swanson

Oh dude, Vancouver, B.C., or Vancouver, WA?

Either way we're practically neighbors here in the PacNW. :cool:


EDIT - Apologies, there may be more Vancouvers around the world, but these are the only two I know of.


Hiya neighbour. Over on the Canadian side, though I think the entire coast got pounded.

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10 Nov 2016 00:35

ScienceIsCool wrote:
Tricycle Rider wrote:
ScienceIsCool wrote:[quote="[url=http://forum.cyclingnews.com/viewtopic.php?p=2041133#p2041133]
Here in Vancouver, it rained 28 out of 31 days in October. It hasn't stopped for November, either.

John Swanson

Oh dude, Vancouver, B.C., or Vancouver, WA?

Either way we're practically neighbors here in the PacNW. :cool:


EDIT - Apologies, there may be more Vancouvers around the world, but these are the only two I know of.


Hiya neighbour. Over on the Canadian side, though I think the entire coast got pounded.

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Loved Vancouver, B.C., the last time I had visited. (Sometime during the late 80s, and then later on during the late 90s.)

Is the city still as gorgeous as it was back then? (And the weather still as moody and variable to each and every sport?)
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10 Nov 2016 01:25

Headley (UK), it's awful, cold and cloudy and sometimes rainy.
By the way, which Channel do you use for the weather? I'm using The Weather Channel Live on YouTube for years (http://freepps.top/apps/media-video/youtube) I use it so long and everything works great. But maybe some new app appeared lately.
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10 Nov 2016 09:31

More snow in Stockholm since ... time begun! :)
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16 Nov 2016 22:47

Are any of you fine peoples "sky watchers"? (By that I mean astronomers, not astrologists.)

Weather a bit nippy, rainy and windy out here in my parts, and being I was too lazy to stay up and watch the full gibbous moon the other night I saw it this morning. (Though it may not have been in its full gibbousness.)

Think we're looking for the Andromeda Galaxy tonight, but your ability to see it may very well depend on where you live and your weather. (It's quite cloudy here tonight, as it is actually most of the nights at this time of year.)
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05 Dec 2016 22:48

Our very first frost will be arriving some time tonight - I don't like it! :mad:
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11 Dec 2016 16:56

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14 Dec 2016 20:24

sir fly wrote:Image
Beautiful picture of the clouds, sir fly.

Over here we've got freezing rain right now, which I think is just about the worst. (The ice weighs down tree branches, electrical cables and such, hopefully we won't lose power.)
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15 Dec 2016 01:25

sir fly wrote:Image


Dang that's gorgeous.
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16 Dec 2016 00:10

Thanks, people.
Sunny and fresh December here.
Temperatures in low plus during daylight, falling below freezing during the moonlight these days.
No snow yet, just a very short shower of icy rain yesterday evening.
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17 Dec 2016 07:34

Yep, we lost power thanks to the freezing rain, and while it was for barely 24hrs., (and I must admit the trees look kinda pretty all iced over like that), there are still tree branches breaking all over the place because the ice hasn't quite molten/melted yet, and they're taking everything down that comes in their way with them.

(Btw., first thing I did when the power came back on was take a hot shower and wash my hair [I don't wash my hair every single day], but after three days of not washing it my scalp was starting to feel a bit itchy and greezy.)

Next thing I'm doing is my laundry - I want to look somewhat presentable at work come Monday morning... in case the power goes out again.
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17 Dec 2016 16:31

Some pics from a couple of days ago... just went out this morning for a walk and the trees aren't looking any better.

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21 Dec 2016 16:16

Rain showers early will evolve into a more steady rain for the afternoon. Thunder possible. High 76F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph
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02 Jan 2017 18:59

In the north of Spain it rains a lot, but his Christmas it hardly rained.
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04 Jan 2017 13:34

It's a small winter wonderland here in Eugene this morning (snowing, about 30F) - I feel as giddy as a schoolkid.

School has been cancelled since nobody knows how to drive in snow around here, still have to go to work, though. But as long as I can borrow my dad's Subaru Forester (with the luxurious heated seats :D) I'll be all right.
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07 Jan 2017 13:59

A thin snow cover has created several days ago, but the highlight of the weekend and coming days are Arctic temperatures ranging from -20°C to -10°C during the warmest part of the day. And the north wind of 20 - 25 kmph is blowing since the minus has begun.
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