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It is 9 degrees Fahrenheit (-7 w/wind chill) and snowing where I’m at, how cold is where you are?

Liberty's Edge

About 2 degrees celsius here in Reykjavik, though it feels a lot colder than that.


about -1 celcius right now (it's 1 PM where I'm at). Temperatures drop to about -5 at night


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Liberty's Edge

-20 F in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Liberty's Edge

It's about 28 F (-2 C) here in Charlotte, NC, but it's also very dry, so it sucks. Everyone has badly chapped lips and keep getting shocked by static electricity.

Boo.

I want some snow so I can stay home and sleep.

Scarab Sages

Here in Philly we've actually warmed up today. According to the Weather Channel it's currently 31 degF, but feels like 21 with the wind chill.

Shadow Lodge

This red dragon wants to stay inside with a gallon of hot cocoa.

>.>
<.<

Unless it actually snows where I live, because then someones getting hit with a snowball...

Liberty's Edge

Ticonderoga, NY: -10*F (+/- 5*)

Savannah, GA: 35*F (+/- 5*)


29 F/-2 C in 07066. Hoping for some relief next week.

The Exchange

will be -5 f tonight


Sitting at 52 degrees in Belton Texas

Shadow Lodge

In the high 60s outside today, low 70s indoors (no heater still). Supposed to get down into the 40s or even 30s next week sometime.

And yes, this is cold for me.


-4 celsius here in preston

however, due to a micro-climate, it's 20 years since it was this cold here in preston, and about 30 years since we last had sitting snow, so nowhere is perared for it

hence chaos locally!


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26F actual, "feels like" 16F, in Pittsburgh. I'm pretty sure this is the warmest it's been in a while though. It was in the low single digits over the weekend with -10 or so windchill.


- 5 C in Copenhagen (time is 22:52)
GRU


Right at the freezing point now (32F/0 C). But that sun is fading out, and the wind is a-whipping (brr)


It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)


It's 53 (F) now in SW FL, supposed to get below freezing again tonight (and again tomorrow). Expect fruit and produce prices in the US to start rising as the farmers figure out how much they lost to the freeze.


DoveArrow wrote:
It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)

Ah yes, California. Where if it dropped to 50 everyone grabbed the winter coat. I had a lot of fun living there for that year-and-a-half. I wore shorts on Christmas Day. It was great! And it never rained! (drought year). 'Course, it was hard to tell what freakin' season you were in ...

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DoveArrow wrote:
It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)

GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRr


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Right at the freezing point now (32F/0 C). But that sun is fading out, and the wind is a-whipping (brr)

Fifty minutes later, and it's now dropped to 27 ...

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
DoveArrow wrote:
It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)
Ah yes, California. Where if it dropped to 50 everyone grabbed the winter coat. I had a lot of fun living there for that year-and-a-half. I wore shorts on Christmas Day. It was great! And it never rained! (drought year). 'Course, it was hard to tell what freakin' season you were in ...

Smog season?


Crimson Jester wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
DoveArrow wrote:
It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)
Ah yes, California. Where if it dropped to 50 everyone grabbed the winter coat. I had a lot of fun living there for that year-and-a-half. I wore shorts on Christmas Day. It was great! And it never rained! (drought year). 'Course, it was hard to tell what freakin' season you were in ...
Smog season?

Not where I was! (Monterey)

Nothing but white sand beaches, Cannery Row, stucco architecture and reams of Arabic vocabulary to memorize!

But good golly gawd DAMN that sparkly water was frikkin cold! Like Atlantic in March cold! All the time! They don't tell you that on TV. Crap came directly down from the Bering Sea or something ...

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
DoveArrow wrote:
It's about 72 F here in Southern California. Just thought I'd rub that in. }:-)
Ah yes, California. Where if it dropped to 50 everyone grabbed the winter coat. I had a lot of fun living there for that year-and-a-half. I wore shorts on Christmas Day. It was great! And it never rained! (drought year). 'Course, it was hard to tell what freakin' season you were in ...
Smog season?

Not where I was! (Monterey)

Nothing but white sand beaches, Cannery Row, stucco architecture and reams of Arabic vocabulary to memorize!

But good golly gawd DAMN that sparkly water was frikkin cold! Like Atlantic in March cold! All the time! They don't tell you that on TV. Crap came directly down from the Bering Sea or something ...

Ha ha.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
It's 53 (F) now in SW FL, supposed to get below freezing again tonight (and again tomorrow). Expect fruit and produce prices in the US to start rising as the farmers figure out how much they lost to the freeze.

Randal and Mortimer Duke will corner the market on oranges!

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Bill Lumberg wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
It's 53 (F) now in SW FL, supposed to get below freezing again tonight (and again tomorrow). Expect fruit and produce prices in the US to start rising as the farmers figure out how much they lost to the freeze.
Randal and Mortimer Duke will corner the market on oranges!

I so wanted to see the sequel


GRU wrote:

- 5 C in Copenhagen (time is 22:52)

GRU

-8 C/17.6 F in another part of Denmark an hour later. Also 2-3 feet of snow outside.

Had the day off because people where I "work" couldn't make it through the snow from outside the city.
Quite different from the January I spent with my cousin in Florida a couple of years ago... 72 degrees in the shade.
Forecast says -15 C/5 F the night between Friday and Saturday.


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-6 °C/roughly 21 °F here. (Germany, Midnight) For this night, the predicted low is -15°C/5°F, but probably not in the city. This is quite cold, but not unheard-of for this area. If it drops to -20°C/under 0°F, it would be extremely cold. This is a real winter for this area. In the next days, it is predicted to get a little warmer, just enough to start snowing again.

Stefan

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6 C, 43 F up here in Vancouver.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
But good golly gawd DAMN that sparkly water was frikkin cold!

Whoa! You actually got in the water? With all of that pollution? Man, I'd be afraid I'd change colors.

Scarab Sages

9 degrees F. -14 F wind chill. (Colorado Springs)


DoveArrow wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
But good golly gawd DAMN that sparkly water was frikkin cold!
Whoa! You actually got in the water? With all of that pollution? Man, I'd be afraid I'd change colors.

Meh. Up Monterey way it was pretty sparkly. Lot nicer looking than the North Atlantic. The whole bay was a preserve if I remember correctly. Absolutely gorgeous. Those beaches had it going on. But yeh, the water. Cold cold cold.


19 F in Rochester NY

Scarab Sages

About 65 degrees Fahrenheit in Los Angeles.


A measly -14C (6.8F) here in the south-east of Sweden at the moment, had a call from my parents earlier though; -28C (-18.4F) and about 1.4m snow (what's that, 3.5' or something?) at their place. I'm sure glad I got home before that snap hit!

EDIT: To answer the thread title directly; I'm very cold, and calculating. At least that's what my players used to say.


-10 C.

Weihai, China.

We just had the worst snowfall since the revolution. 20 inches--it brought most of the city to a standstill.

The company in which I do most of my work canceled their morning bus ride for employees. They were pretty ashamed of themselves when they saw me pulls up on my mountain bike.


Robert Hawkshaw wrote:
6 C, 43 F up here in Vancouver.

Dude, you're in Van? Cool.

That be my home when I finally ditch this China gig.

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Kruelaid wrote:
Robert Hawkshaw wrote:
6 C, 43 F up here in Vancouver.

Dude, you're in Van? Cool.

That be my home when I finally ditch this China gig.

It's a great place to live.


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-4°C/25°F and snowing. It should stay like this the next few days.

Stefan


25*c/77*f today and 30*c/86*f yesterday. Due to get back up to 30*c/86* over the weekend.

I got sunburnt at the pool yesterday, spent too long on the waterslides obviously.


21C here in New Zealand (approx 70F).

I'm off to Europe in a week though, so rather concerned given that I haven't even seen it snowing before! lol


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Berik wrote:

21C here in New Zealand (approx 70F).

I'm off to Europe in a week though, so rather concerned given that I haven't even seen it snowing before! lol

Where to in Europe are you going? If north of the Alps, you probably will have some snow. Cold temperatures? You bet! Bring some warm clothes. Even Rome will have about 5°C next week, and rainy weather.

Stefan


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Shifty wrote:

25*c/77*f today and 30*c/86*f yesterday. Due to get back up to 30*c/86* over the weekend.

I got sunburnt at the pool yesterday, spent too long on the waterslides obviously.

That reminds me of the time I was in Budapest and got a sunburn in early October, being in a thermal bath there. Folks at home wanted to lynch me when I told them...

Stefan


Stebehil wrote:


That reminds me of the time I was in Budapest and got a sunburn in early October, being in a thermal bath there. Folks at home wanted to lynch me when I told them...

Stefan

It's ok - I get mine in the wintertime. :p


Stebehil wrote:
Berik wrote:

21C here in New Zealand (approx 70F).

I'm off to Europe in a week though, so rather concerned given that I haven't even seen it snowing before! lol

Where to in Europe are you going? If north of the Alps, you probably will have some snow. Cold temperatures? You bet! Bring some warm clothes. Even Rome will have about 5°C next week, and rainy weather.

Stefan

I'll be starting off over in London and will take it from there. I don't know if I really have anything warm enough since it rarely even gets much below 10C here. But I figure I'll take the warmest things I have and be prepared to buy a warm coat. :)

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-7C / -15C with the windchill (18F / 5F with the windchill).

Not a bad day.

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Kruelaid wrote:
The company in which I do most of my work canceled their morning bus ride for employees. They were pretty ashamed of themselves when they saw me pulls up on my mountain bike.

I just felt a strange surge of national pride. I try to avoid such feelings ...

Grand Lodge

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30c / 86f here in WA (Western Australia) as well.


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Berik wrote:


I'll be starting off over in London and will take it from there. I don't know if I really have anything warm enough since it rarely even gets much below 10C here. But I figure I'll take the warmest things I have and be prepared to buy a warm coat. :)

London is around 0°C right now, and is predicted to be about +4°C next weekend. Probably no snow (which is rare there, anyways), but still cold. The south of the British Isles has rather mild weather, generally speaking. That does not preclude heavy snow now and then, of course.

Buying things in London? The city is the most expensive in Europe AFAIK (followed by Paris and Barcelona), so I´d recommend shopping elsewhere.
Of course, thats only what I´ve heard.

Stefan

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