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1. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 8y

Good luck

2. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 8y

love sunshine
my body needs vitamine D

3. Posted by sapphyre (Respected Member 418 posts) 8y

It's the total opposite here, our average temperatures for March has dipped to the lowest in 74 years!

ie 25.6 degC

That's enough for us to put on some woolies...

4. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 8y

Quoting sapphyre

It's the total opposite here, our average temperatures for March has dipped to the lowest in 74 years!

ie 25.6 degC

That's enough for us to put on some woolies...

Grrrrrrrrr, alright sapphyre, that's it!!! I demand you come to America and shovel the snow out of our driveway!!!! Ok, if not, then at least hold an ice cube to your forhead until it melts.....that's what our winter (Upper Midwest USA) has been like.

I sympathathize with Adelaide, but in contrast, we've had the snowiest winter on record (dates back to 1900) with over 160cm of snowfall.......most of it in our driveway!!!! Can't wait for summer.....

Hmmm, there might be something to this "global climate thing......"

5. Posted by sapphyre (Respected Member 418 posts) 8y

Quoting beerman

Quoting sapphyre

It's the total opposite here, our average temperatures for March has dipped to the lowest in 74 years!

ie 25.6 degC

That's enough for us to put on some woolies...

Grrrrrrrrr, alright sapphyre, that's it!!! I demand you come to America and shovel the snow out of our driveway!!!! Ok, if not, then at least hold an ice cube to your forhead until it melts.....that's what our winter (Upper Midwest USA) has been like.

I sympathathize with Adelaide, but in contrast, we've had the snowiest winter on record (dates back to 1900) with over 160cm of snowfall.......most of it in our driveway!!!! Can't wait for summer.....

Hmmm, there might be something to this "global climate thing......"

Actually, I'll be heading to US in another 13 hours or so. Just hoping it won't be too cold in NYC, and that the heating in my hotel will work!!! Having a real bad headache now deciding what to pack!

6. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 8y

Quoting sapphyre

Actually, I'll be heading to US in another 13 hours or so. Just hoping it won't be too cold in NYC, and that the heating in my hotel will work!!! Having a real bad headache now deciding what to pack!

Well, pack something warm.....Saturday in NYC should be about 13C with a low of 4C with a bit of morning rain. Sunday, a little snow or rain, high of 8C, low of -2C.

The week ahead shows increasing cloudiness through the week with highs increasing from 8C to 14C, lows holding around 0C.......all in all, fairly seasonal. Chance of rain from Wednesday through Saturday, so a Mac wouldn't be a bad thing to have. A nice knit hat is a good idea too. loves? Maybe, or at least nice warm pockets in a jacket.

It's going to cold, so pack so you can dress in layers, and if it gets a little warmer, you can alweays take the outer layer off. I've been known to occassionally look like the Michelin Tire man.....8 to 10 layers of clothes!!!

7. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 8y

See what heavy snowfall can cause

8. Posted by sapphyre (Respected Member 418 posts) 8y

Quoting beerman

Quoting sapphyre

Actually, I'll be heading to US in another 13 hours or so. Just hoping it won't be too cold in NYC, and that the heating in my hotel will work!!! Having a real bad headache now deciding what to pack!

Well, pack something warm.....Saturday in NYC should be about 13C with a low of 4C with a bit of morning rain. Sunday, a little snow or rain, high of 8C, low of -2C.

The week ahead shows increasing cloudiness through the week with highs increasing from 8C to 14C, lows holding around 0C.......all in all, fairly seasonal. Chance of rain from Wednesday through Saturday, so a Mac wouldn't be a bad thing to have. A nice knit hat is a good idea too. loves? Maybe, or at least nice warm pockets in a jacket.

It's going to cold, so pack so you can dress in layers, and if it gets a little warmer, you can alweays take the outer layer off. I've been known to occassionally look like the Michelin Tire man.....8 to 10 layers of clothes!!!

Are you beerman or the weatherman?

I think the problem is what to pack so you can mix and match and look fairly decent. Plus I need clothes that can be both casual and semi-formal cos I'm attending a conference too. Sigh...the woes of fashion and vanity

I'll be arriving on Sunday, seems like it'll be cold (and I hate rain...)! Looking forward to temperatures going up so it'll be bearable cold!

9. Posted by beerman (Respected Member 1631 posts) 8y

Quoting sapphyre

Are you beerman or the weatherman?

I think the problem is what to pack so you can mix and match and look fairly decent. Plus I need clothes that can be both casual and semi-formal cos I'm attending a conference too. Sigh...the woes of fashion and vanity

I'll be arriving on Sunday, seems like it'll be cold (and I hate rain...)! Looking forward to temperatures going up so it'll be bearable cold!

Both actually....beer and weather are very closely related!!!!! Both require a keen scientific mind to figure out....now if I can just find a keen scientific mind.....

Enjoy your stay in NYC.....I'll have a chat with the weather gods over a beer and see if we can't keep the rain at bay!!