Let's talk about weather

guanzishou

G.O.A.T.
42 Celsius presently where I am at, with humidity little low. We have forecasts for thunderstorms tonight . So folks how is it going in your place?
Wow, I was going to post a new thread titled "What's the temperature at your place now?"

and then I saw this thread ! :D


It's 13 °C or 55 ° F now. 66% humidity. Feels like 12 °C. I'm hiking up the hill at 6:36 pm. Clear and pleasant... No wind at the moment. I love winter time.
 

acintya

Legend
lets talk about you and me and all the clouds between us

:D here you have a nice song title.

im at the sea currently - Croatia - and this is the best time to be here. 32 celsius, but in the night you still dont need an air-conditioner.

Remember if you go to sea in the Dalmatian area the best time to do it is after 27 may.
 

Crocodile

Legend
Right now at 6,30am, 8th of June it’s 4 degrees Celsius and it’s going to reach a top temperature of 16 degrees. It’s going to be clear and sunny.
 

guanzishou

G.O.A.T.
  • Current temperature: 14.2 °C
  • Lowest 2.9 °C 6:40 am
  • Highest 14.3 °C 9:30 am
  • 0 mm of rain since 9 am

Latest weather at 9:30am


54%Humidity
SWWind Direction
6 km/h
3 knots
Wind Speed
17 km/h
9 knots
Highest Gust (7:54am)



Feels nice and warm walking in the sunshine!


Now it's 19 °C... Sun feels really warm.



Edit: Now it's 16 °C. Glorious sunset!





Edit: 15 °C now at 18:53 nice clear sky, no wind.

 
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stringertom

Bionic Poster
Central Florida summer has arrived, which means 90 or more F for highs and very changeable levels of thundershowers predicted. Five of the next seven days carry a 40% or more chance for the boomers to occur when one of the two sea breezes clash with warm inland air, usually in the late afternoon to early evening.

As the saying goes, “If you’re not happy with the weather, just wait 10 minutes.”
 

ForehandCross

G.O.A.T.
Central Florida summer has arrived, which means 90 or more F for highs and very changeable levels of thundershowers predicted. Five of the next seven days carry a 40% or more chance for the boomers to occur when one of the two sea breezes clash with warm inland air, usually in the late afternoon to early evening.

As the saying goes, “If you’re not happy with the weather, just wait 10 minutes.”
I used to live in a town like that, we would have unbearable heat till 1pm or so and the inevitably even just for 10 minutes, we will have a shower that will cool everything down.
 

ForehandCross

G.O.A.T.
For those who live in America, does anyone live in a Tornado prone region? Tornadoes utterly scare me but also fascinate me to no end at the same time.
 

guanzishou

G.O.A.T.
I once had a day trip and did a sightseeing in Brisbane. All of the sudden the sky went orangy brown. It turned out there was a sand storm coming from the outback.

That was my first experience of a sand storm. I hated it.
 
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stringertom

Bionic Poster
I used to live in a town like that, we would have unbearable heat till 1pm or so and the inevitably even just for 10 minutes, we will have a shower that will cool everything down.
I wish it was just 10 minutes of rain and lightning. Expect more like an hour minimum and then we sometimes get the boomers to stall out for hours. One Saturday night about three weeks ago the rain held off for a couple of hours but the storm collected energy from other surrounding cells and dumped about 3 inches of rain in the next three hours. Sideways rain too where I got wet even after taking cover.
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
For those who live in America, does anyone live in a Tornado prone region? Tornadoes utterly scare me but also fascinate me to no end at the same time.
We had a series of deadly tornados here in Central Florida about 30 years ago and there have been a few isolated but also fatal twisters since then.

Tornado Alley used to be a narrower belt of predictable storm locations mostly in the prairie mid-west but that’s all different now. Anywhere from Texas to the mid-Atlantic states have been hit in 2022 alone. Again, the severe weather patterns occur when unusually warm air collides with a trailing cold front featuring high winds of a directional variety. A fast approaching cold front with straight line winds of 30-40 mph can collide with warmer air (30 degree F or more difference) and that will spawn the twisters.

It used to be a smaller zone and a shorter season for those conditions to happen, primarily springtime in the prairie areas like Kansas and Oklahoma. Now it’s happening mid-winter to nearly summer the further north you go. The Central Florida tornadoes happened in January when a cold front dropped down to meet 80 F air.
 
Ten years ago i was buying stamps at the post office (Delhi) and there was a youngish guy in front of me sending some letters back.

The letter said Valencia on it. I wanted to ask him if he was a Nadal fan.

Who knows, maybe it was @Genious at Work !
Yes, I was dating two oranges at the time. I got infatuated with them because of their tantalizing citrusy smell and their zest for life. Then, one of them got involved with a recalcitrant lemon that had just been released from the joint, where he was serving a sentence for taking a leak in a punch bowl at the birthday party of a preschooler. This caused me to spiral into a deep depression, and soon I became obsessed with vengeance. One night I woke up in the dilapidated room of a seedy motel in a cold sweat, with the distorted images of a nightmare in which I peeled them alive and squeezed them to death over a jug of sangria still reeling through my mined.

Thereafter, I was unable to escape the unrelenting obsession to quench my murderous wrath, and as the days and the weeks went by, the sordid details of a diabolical plan started blooming, like the remnants of that bad dream, in my febrile mind. By a lot of persistence, I managed to locate the other orange through a private detective named Gujarraldo Mardanez, and one pleasant evening I accosted her outside the strip joint where she teased pre-diabetic British pensioners. After she told me where the treacherous orange and her lowlife lemon lover lived, I packed my turbo blender in my suitcase, and calmly waited by their door until the streets were empty. It only took me five minutes to break into their apartment, grab them, and dump them into the blender jar. They cried and begged, but I had no remoarse as I pressed the button, and then I drank them as I savoured their tangy remains while I ate some chicharrones on the side and watched a Breaking Bad episode on reruns.

Unfortunately, the other orange turned me in to the Paw lease. I knew I should have squeezed her when I had the chants. I was convicted for double citrucide, but I got a good lawyer, and currently my case is being processed in the second court of a-peels. Get it? HAHA. A-peels.

True story though. Beware of Valencia oranges. The letters you saw me send were just some anonymous threats, by the weigh.



 
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ForehandCross

G.O.A.T.
  • Current temperature: 14.2 °C
  • Lowest 2.9 °C 6:40 am
  • Highest 14.3 °C 9:30 am
  • 0 mm of rain since 9 am

Latest weather at 9:30am


54%Humidity
SWWind Direction
6 km/h
3 knots
Wind Speed
17 km/h
9 knots
Highest Gust (7:54am)



Feels nice and warm walking in the sunshine!





Edit: Now it's 19 °C... Sun feels really warm.



Edit: Now it's 16 °C. Glorious sunset!





Edit: 15 °C now at 18:53 nice clear sky, no wind.

That's just plain beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
Yes, I was dating two oranges at the time. I got infatuated with them because of their tantalizing citrusy smell and their zest for life. Then, one of them got involved with a recalcitrant lemon that had just been released from the joint, where he was serving a sentence for taking a leak in a punch bowl at the birthday party of a preschooler. This caused me to spiral into a deep depression, and soon I became obsessed with vengeance. One night I woke up in the dilapidated room of a seedy motel in a cold sweat, with the distorted images of a nightmare in which I peeled them alive and squeezed them to death over a jug of sangria still reeling through my mined.

Thereafter, I was unable to escape the unrelenting obsession to quench my murderous wrath, and as the days and the weeks went by, the sordid details of a diabolical plan started blooming, like the remnants of that bad dream, in my febrile mind. By a lot of persistence, I managed to locate the other orange through a private detective named Gujarraldo Mardanez, and one pleasant evening I accosted her outside the strip joint where she teased pre-diabetic British pensioners. After she told me where the treacherous orange and her lowlife lemon lover lived, I packed my turbo blender in my suitcase, and calmly waited by their door until the streets were empty. It only took me five minutes to break into their apartment, grab them, and dump them into the blender jar. They cried and begged, but I had no remoarse as I pressed the button, and then I drank them as I savoured their tangy remains while I ate some chicharrones on the side and watched a Breaking Bad episode on reruns.

Unfortunately, the other orange turned me in to the Paw lease. I knew I should have squeezed her when I had the chants. I was convicted for double citrucide, but I got a good lawyer, and currently my case is being processed in the second court of a-peels. Get it? HAHA. A-peels.

True story though. Beware of Valencia oranges. The letters you saw me send were just some anonymous threats, by the weigh.



Ewe got inny uv dat green left, dude???
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
3:30pm and thunder boomers are totally surrounding me in the tourism zone of Orlando. Radar is all yellows and oranges, meaning heavy showers; winds are gusting in swirls, one minute from the west (of course, as I headed west into it) and the next from the east (now that’s I’m stationary).

Just another June day in Mousetown.

@Larry Duff has seen our monsoon like rain. (5 years ago?)
 

stringertom

Bionic Poster
7:30pm update: it NEVER rained! Just little spitting sessions for the last four hours but it’s still not a bright sky before sunset. Clouds to the south, both east (Atlantic) and west (Gulf).
 

Sudacafan

Bionic Poster
I’m fine.
I’m in one of those strange days in the year when the weather where I live is livable.
 

FranzS

Rookie
42 Celsius presently where I am at, with humidity little low. We have forecasts for thunderstorms tonight . So folks how is it going in your place?
44 degrees Celsius, 16% Relative Humidity.
42°C and 44°C ? Where do you live?? That's so hot!!
lets talk about you and me and all the clouds between us

:D here you have a nice song title.

im at the sea currently - Croatia - and this is the best time to be here. 32 celsius, but in the night you still dont need an air-conditioner.

Remember if you go to sea in the Dalmatian area the best time to do it is after 27 may.
Was in Croatia last weekend (Krk), perfect weather. In a month it will be too hot for me!
 

Sudacafan

Bionic Poster
42°C and 44°C ? Where do you live?? That's so hot!!

Was in Croatia last weekend (Krk), perfect weather. In a month it will be too hot for me!
Imagine being in Krk with Srsh. I believe that nobody could articulate that experience.
 

Sudacafan

Bionic Poster
It's not even that bad right now.

It gets significantly worse when it's more humid around July-September. It is hellish outdoors. :(
Where’s that?
Is it a place where you can’t keep a library at home for more than 10 years, as the pages of the books turn yellow, catch stains, and then into a dusty substance?
 

MurraysMetalHip

Hall of Fame
Well, on TV I saw there are some sunny hours at Wimbledon in which people seem to be happy at Henman Hill, handing out bread and jam just like any picnic.
Wimbletown has a fake roof. It’s like a real-life version of The Truman Show. The reality is more like a post-apocalyptic wasteland, with expensive petrol and regular raindrops.
 
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