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    Finally, cold weather here in Arizona ... 58 today and light rain - so nice to see all the greenery having been washed off and sparkling in the light breeze ... a refreshing sight that is great for the soul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    Finally, cold weather here in Arizona ... 58 today and light rain - so nice to see all the greenery having been washed off and sparkling in the light breeze ... a refreshing sight that is great for the soul.
    I wished I could say the same. It is really cold here in Kentucky. My
    church is only two blocks which are really small, and I almost get frost
    bite on my face. It is only forty six for the day's high. I sleep with
    two heaters and a bed loaded with aghans. My appartment is not
    very big. In fact is very small. So I only need two electric heaters.
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    My gosh, Judy .. from the frying pan heat to really cold in a short time span there ... do you typically get any snow there, too?
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    We went from 46°C (109°F) yesterday to 14°C (57°F) this morning with rain, and this is supposed to be summer in South Africa!

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    Hi jchldb,

    Is this typical for your region? Temperature swings of such magnitude is something my body just could not tolerate. It must take a bit to get used to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krummhorn View Post
    My gosh, Judy .. from the frying pan heat to really cold in a short time span there ... do you typically get any snow there, too?
    I told you that the weather here is crazy right now. Sometimes we get
    snow. We had a three footer when I was in my teens. That was thirty
    years ago. This year the weather is just crazy and boring. I would like
    to see the first snow come at least before christmas. To tell you the
    truth, I'd rather have the weather Arizona is getting right now. It's
    too cold for me. My late husband got his christmas wish before he died.
    It came a blizzard on Christmas eve just a month away before he passed
    on. I miss him pretty much sometimes his silly grin, puzzled looks, his
    laughter, being able to talk to him. It's pretty crummy to be a widow
    at 47 when other ladies my age still have their husbands. But the way
    he suffered I wouldn't want him back. Talk about crazy weather we had
    a tornado two years ago before thanksgiving. A tornado! They only come
    around kentucky during the spring storms.
    judy tooley

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    It's definately not normal, we are supposed to be in the middle of summer. This time of year we should have temperatures between 30°C-45°C (86F-113F) with afternoon rain anything less than 24° is considered winter, but then we didn't have a proper winter either. Instead of having below zero temperatures in the morning going up to about 15° in the morning we had an average temperature closer to 20° the whole winter, most days we came to work with only light winter clothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jvhldb View Post
    It's definately not normal, we are supposed to be in the middle of summer. This time of year we should have temperatures between 30°C-45°C (86F-113F) with afternoon rain anything less than 24° is considered winter, but then we didn't have a proper winter either. Instead of having below zero temperatures in the morning going up to about 15° in the morning we had an average temperature closer to 20° the whole winter, most days we came to work with only light winter clothing.
    Is the thought that this much diversity in the weather could be attributed to the issue of global warming? Wondering how the meteorologists explain what is happening.
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    That is not fair. It's already December so it should be cold and snowy out there (at least 0°C/32°F). And what do I get instead? Some 14°C and it is not even going to be snowing in next few days(rhyme not intended).

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    Here where I am in the UK, it is very wet and is just begining to get cold. Up in Scotland there has been quite a fall of snow. I am hoping for no snow, it might be pretty but it is also cold and not very nice under foot.

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    cold and damp...

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    Chilly 50 degrees (F) in Southern Arizona ... lightly raining for the 3rd day in a row ... the Catalina Mountains (8000 foot elevation) are totally obscured by low clouds and receiving snow today ... should be an amazing sight when the clouds clear out in a couple days. I love winters here ... summers are just too blinkin hot for me.
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    Weather here right now is disgusting. It has been raining for the last three
    days and yesturday looked like London England with all of the fog hanging
    around until last night. Tempertures have been only 31 degrees for a high
    and right now the temp was only 41 degrees. It's cold as an iceberg and
    really wet. I wished I was in Arizona but don't want to leave my church
    right now.
    judy tooley

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    Hey Judy, if you have to much cold, send some of it this way. We have an excess of heat that I will gladly push your way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by methodistgirl View Post
    . . . Temperatures have been only 31 degrees for a high and right now the temp was only 41 degrees. It's cold as an iceberg and really wet.
    Quote Originally Posted by jvhldb View Post
    Hey Judy, if you have to much cold, send some of it this way. We have an excess of heat that I will gladly push your way.
    Hi jvhldb,

    Wouldn't it be nice if we could bottle up weather and send it around to share?
    Is this normal for all these wide fluctuations in temperature for your region?
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