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19 Apr 2017 15:20

Yeah, yesterday it snowed in Denmark too! :D
Though, nothing that stuck, at least where I am.

Today it's just... normal Danish spring weather, one moment looks absolutely clear, the next like it's gonna start pouring...
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19 Apr 2017 19:23

sir fly wrote:ImageImage
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Belgrade avoided the snow only because of the heat capacity, I think.
Wow, that looks so purrdy. The last picture, though, not sure the snow is good for the grapes and the future bottles of wine at this time of year. (Admittedly, I know exactly squat about the normal weather patterns in this area, nor do I know how hardy the grapes are. So I'll just shut up about that.)

In this area right now - bah, the usual batshit crazy spring weather. One minutes it's sunny, the next it rains, and back and forth it goes. At least it hasn't been freezing here lately, so there's that.
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19 Apr 2017 19:27

I miss snow. But not enough to go back to shovel and drop salt on the sidewalk.

Anyhow it is summer time here where I'm at. No sign of spring. About 28 C and 90% humidity.
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20 Apr 2017 00:42

A mainly sunny sky. High near 75F. Winds NW at 10 to 20 mph.
It was all I could do to submit this comment I don’t know where the inspiration came from…
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20 Apr 2017 17:33

Winter is Coming :lol:

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21 Apr 2017 22:29

DBotero wrote:Winter is Coming :lol:

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Hmmmm, that looks very old world, perhaps Vienna, or some such? (Maybe we could make a game of this... take a pic of the place you live or travel and we guess where it is?)

It looks lovely either way, whatever place this is. :)

(I was actually thinking it might be Iceland because, allegedly, in that country a pretzel sign on a storefront means it's a bakery, and a bakery is supposed to be one of the few places a tourist on a budget can actually afford to eat. But because of the architecture I don't think it's Iceland. )
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22 Apr 2017 11:00

Tricycle Rider wrote:
DBotero wrote:Winter is Coming :lol:

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Hmmmm, that looks very old world, perhaps Vienna, or some such? (Maybe we could make a game of this... take a pic of the place you live or travel and we guess where it is?)

It looks lovely either way, whatever place this is. :)

(I was actually thinking it might be Iceland because, allegedly, in that country a pretzel sign on a storefront means it's a bakery, and a bakery is supposed to be one of the few places a tourist on a budget can actually afford to eat. But because of the architecture I don't think it's Iceland. )


Well,it's not Viena :D I would love to be there,but I just have to be contend with this for now:Brasov,Romania.
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26 Apr 2017 19:47

About 53F, air virtually still, rain, rain, rain... to plant my tomato plants, or not to plant them yet. That is the question.

**** it, I'll just plant them and hope no more frost is coming this way.
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03 May 2017 23:09

Sunny, about 81F (not normal for this area at this time of year)...what's a girl to do in this kind of gorgeous weather?

Oh yeah, I still have to plant those tomatoes and other plants - not keen seeing as those little garden snakes will be out there as well trying to get some of that heat and sun. Ugh. (No matter how benign I hate snakes!)
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12 May 2017 12:36

We had a top three since they have been keeping records snow year (top January), and an above average rain spring. Now we have been having these big temperature swings, three times this month the high has been 80s one day and then 50s the next. Wild!
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15 May 2017 20:32

The thrills and spills of my current weather and weather forecast:

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Well, at least I got all my plants planted, may Mother Nature do her worst.

PS - All this daylight now, not sure I care for it.
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09 Jun 2017 15:38

True Danish summer weather! :D
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09 Jun 2017 20:50

RedheadDane wrote:True Danish summer weather! :D
What's a typical summer in your part of the world look like?

Over here we've gotten a heatwave out of the way last month (something like almost 90F), now it's back to spring weather. (Which is fine with me, as long as it rains I won't have to water the plants or run the lawn sprinklers.)

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09 Jun 2017 21:05

It's been pouring down practically all day.
In fact - apart from some, shorter and longer, pauses - it's practically been raining since Tuesday evening. But of course most of Tuesday was really hot, just to confuse people.
:D
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21 Jun 2017 18:45

The summer has arrived in full swing.
At the moment I left for a spin (around 5pm) the values were: 33°C, 997 hPa, 7 kmph WSW wind, 30% humidity, bright sunshine.
Now the values are: 30°C, 998 hPa, 3 kmph N, 35%, mostly cloudy.

And now there are showers and lightning.
We've got everything already the first day.
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21 Jun 2017 19:06

It's very hot. It's too hot. It's been around 30 degrees celsius, no wind and 50-70% humidity for four days now. In Britain, that is dangerously long. The swans have melted, and 99 flakes are being used as ransom. The ginger population has been severely affected. Sales of Pimms has gone though the roof. I've had to put water in the fridge between meals - I've never had to do that before in the UK. Trains are windowless death traps. O 20 degrees and quick showers, how sorry I am to have complained about you, and how much i miss you now!

Joking aside, it's hotter than I've ever experienced in this country for such a long period.
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21 Jun 2017 19:06

Tropical Storm on its way. Much Storm Surge and rain predicted. But the summer breeze at around 90 degrees F.

Some areas around my way are already underwater in and around the coast line.

Might get interesting.
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21 Jun 2017 19:44

It's about to get a bit hot around here over the weekend, mid 80s in the summer is normal. Anything over that would be considered a heatwave. (I kinda miss Seattle summers, while it rains there even more than here in Eugene the summers there are generally pleasant.)

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I shouldn't bitch though, I feel for the people in Phoenix and such where it's truly baking hot right about now. (Something like over 110F? UGH!)
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23 Jun 2017 22:15

Brullnux wrote:It's very hot. It's too hot. It's been around 30 degrees celsius, no wind and 50-70% humidity for four days now. In Britain, that is dangerously long. The swans have melted, and 99 flakes are being used as ransom. The ginger population has been severely affected. Sales of Pimms has gone though the roof. I've had to put water in the fridge between meals - I've never had to do that before in the UK. Trains are windowless death traps. O 20 degrees and quick showers, how sorry I am to have complained about you, and how much i miss you now!

Joking aside, it's hotter than I've ever experienced in this country for such a long period.


Im glad its changed now, that was a seriously hot 5 days we had, hottest June temperatures since the 70's I believe? I made the stupid decision to go and play golf on Sunday. Regretted it after 4 holes when the sweat was pouring, got home and slept for 2 hours in my chair with the fan on full blast at my face! :lol:
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24 Jun 2017 11:36

Not cool, not cool at all. :mad:

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