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Semok

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 2:17 pm
So I was totally in a drunken haze for the past few days and forgot about this place.

But yeah, now I'm back again, though I really wasn't gone for too long.

In other news....uh....it's rainin' a lot.  
PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 7:23 pm
Not in the state of California. It's still warm. -_-  

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Semok

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:08 pm
It's still pretty warm here, just rainin' constantly as well. xd  
PostPosted: Sun Jun 09, 2013 2:15 am
Come here in the wonderful desert!!!!!!!!!! It does rain but only for like 10 minutes at most, it is disgraceful!!!!!!!!!!!!! Soo sad.

For the next 5 days it will be over 100*F as the high for the next 5 days. So it hasn't rained much here yet like much at all. It is sad. Come here, it will be high 105*F for WEdnesday, and low 70*F.

It's stupid, it's like it will get hot during the day, but once it gets night time, it gets cold like below 70*F, it's crazy. Like typical desert, where it gets really horribly hot during the daylight, but once it gets to the nighttime it gets really cool.  

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 10, 2013 7:37 am
Rehearsals and other stuff kept me busy.
It's been raining a lot here too but it's supposed to heat up soon. But not very hot at all, just like 80.
It'll hit 100 in late June or July.  
PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 10:11 pm
KazeRin
Rehearsals and other stuff kept me busy.
It's been raining a lot here too but it's supposed to heat up soon. But not very hot at all, just like 80.
It'll hit 100 in late June or July.
100 in ******** CANADA? YOU gotta be kidding me. THa'ts like not right. Vancouver gets like high 70 low 60. In the 100s is like what here gets, except we never get rain (except if we do it only lasts like 10 minutes then goes away), and really dry.

I thought anyplace in Canada NEVEr gets higher than 100 and always snows all the time in the winter. Like Edmonton, Canada is adaptable now with their highs in the 60s and 70s in stuff, but in the winter it can get to like -20*F in s**t, that's like OMG. We even get snowfalls sometimes in the winter, but doesn't ever get that cold. Except in like early 2011 when we had the big freeze and got into below 0 and caused us to miss school (YES COLLEGE SNOW DAYS) for like almost a week. Cuz our pipes in stuff are not used to the negatives, so we had many electrical problems, it was crazy. It was like natural disaster time right there. O.O It was scary. Especially since NO ONE around here knows how to drive in the snow.

We like issue snow days for just like 1 inch or more of snow.  

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 11, 2013 11:53 pm
no one here knows how to drive in the snow either. But snow doesn't cause school to shut down, unless it's enough to shut down the bus service which rarely happens.  
PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 1:23 am
cool4
no one here knows how to drive in the snow either. But snow doesn't cause school to shut down, unless it's enough to shut down the bus service which rarely happens.
I would think that more ppl know how to drive in the snow more than we do. Cuz YOUR PLACE is like a MUCH different climate than ours is, where we are in like a freaken DESERT CLIMATE which your probably have never ever been in. Last year we got like 4 inches of rain. The average is like over 9 inches, but we only got 4. So yeah....it's bad.

Come here where we can get over 100*F here. And it's hot and horrible. I WILL NEVER WANNA BE OUTSIDE HERE RIGHT NOW!!!! But I'm glad we don't like live in Phoenix, Arizona where they are like on average 10 degrees hotter than here, where they are like 110*F to like 112*F as the highs for the days there. I doubt you have EVER EVER been in a temp that hot.  

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 9:28 am
Aoi the Crossdresser
cool4
no one here knows how to drive in the snow either. But snow doesn't cause school to shut down, unless it's enough to shut down the bus service which rarely happens.
I would think that more ppl know how to drive in the snow more than we do. Cuz YOUR PLACE is like a MUCH different climate than ours is, where we are in like a freaken DESERT CLIMATE which your probably have never ever been in. Last year we got like 4 inches of rain. The average is like over 9 inches, but we only got 4. So yeah....it's bad.

Come here where we can get over 100*F here. And it's hot and horrible. I WILL NEVER WANNA BE OUTSIDE HERE RIGHT NOW!!!! But I'm glad we don't like live in Phoenix, Arizona where they are like on average 10 degrees hotter than here, where they are like 110*F to like 112*F as the highs for the days there. I doubt you have EVER EVER been in a temp that hot.


We typically only get a couple days of snow. I'm on an Island, so it's surrounded by water.  
PostPosted: Wed Jun 12, 2013 7:09 pm
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KazeRin
Rehearsals and other stuff kept me busy.
It's been raining a lot here too but it's supposed to heat up soon. But not very hot at all, just like 80.
It'll hit 100 in late June or July.
100 in ******** CANADA? YOU gotta be kidding me. THa'ts like not right. Vancouver gets like high 70 low 60. In the 100s is like what here gets, except we never get rain (except if we do it only lasts like 10 minutes then goes away), and really dry.

I thought anyplace in Canada NEVEr gets higher than 100 and always snows all the time in the winter. Like Edmonton, Canada is adaptable now with their highs in the 60s and 70s in stuff, but in the winter it can get to like -20*F in s**t, that's like OMG. We even get snowfalls sometimes in the winter, but doesn't ever get that cold. Except in like early 2011 when we had the big freeze and got into below 0 and caused us to miss school (YES COLLEGE SNOW DAYS) for like almost a week. Cuz our pipes in stuff are not used to the negatives, so we had many electrical problems, it was crazy. It was like natural disaster time right there. O.O It was scary. Especially since NO ONE around here knows how to drive in the snow.

We like issue snow days for just like 1 inch or more of snow.

Vancouver has WAY different weather than here. That's like comparing Seattle and NYC, neither of which is at all like new mexico.

Toronto dangles way down into the US, surrounded by the Great Lakes, so it gets pretty hot there in summer, too.

Here we get over 100 a few days of the year, and around -30 for a week or two in winter. It's pretty extreme.

Vancouver and most of southern BC doesn't get more than a few snowfalls of an inch or two, whereas here we get snowfalls of over a foot & about 3 yards of snow a year, and in Newfoundland they sometimes get snowfalls of several yards at once, and like 10+ yards per year.  

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 1:30 am
KazeRin
Vancouver and most of southern BC doesn't get more than a few snowfalls of an inch or two, whereas here we get snowfalls of over a foot & about 3 yards of snow a year, and in Newfoundland they sometimes get snowfalls of several yards at once, and like 10+ yards per year.
Vancouver, Seattle and NYC are no where like what the climate is like here. WE HAVE DUNES at the outskirts of town. People here even go there to those dunes to sled. *lolz* Called White Sands.

But over 100? How can that happen if you get a foot of snow in the winter? WHere do you live? I know you are in Quebec somewhere. But Montreal is like very cool. It may get hot in like Toronto, but I doubt it is no WHERE NEAR hot as here gets. And they get rain to. Here we all get amazed when it is freaken raining really hard, we are all like "O.O OMFG ITS RAINING OMG ITS WEIRD".  
PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 1:36 am
And you said that Toronto gets hot during the SUMMER?

AHAHAHA ARE YOU ******** SERIOUS?

Take a look at this.

http://www.weather.com/outlook/health/fitness/monthly/CAXX0504

Are you *@#%R(*#(*# KIDDING ME? I'd die to have that climate here. That's like our climate in like the fall or the spring, that's just wow. IT IS SUMMER NOW!!! ANd that is like a dream compared to here. We have been in over the 100s for a while now. YOU OBVIOUSLY DO NOT KNOW WHAT HOT IS. It's sads. rolleyes Hot isn't 80*F, it is over 100*F.  

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 1:57 am
We've had a very rainy June. Usually we're in a heat wave by now.

Also... your weather channel seems pretty confused about our average temperature. But I don't think they factor in the humidex - it feels 10 degrees hotter because of the humidity. Think of a sauna. It's very nearly that humid some days. You can't sweat efficiently - it doesn't evaporate thus doesn't cool you down.

I'm in Montreal, so not even an hour drive north of the US border.
It's only going up to 90 next week.

And yes, on average we don't get near 100, but a few days a year we do pass 100. More days of the year we pass 90. And most of the summer it's in the 80's.  
PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 2:08 am
Since you seem to be online, I'll put this in another post:

Weather Network - check that link. Ignore the temperature table and scroll down to the Humidex and Wind Chill tables.
Those are the temperatures it actually feels like.

So, about 45 days over 86F, 14 days over 95 F, and 2 over 105 F, on average per year.

And over 45 days below -4 F, 11 days below -22 F, and 1 below -40 F, on average per year.  

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 14, 2013 2:30 am
KazeRin
We've had a very rainy June. Usually we're in a heat wave by now.

Also... your weather channel seems pretty confused about our average temperature. But I don't think they factor in the humidex - it feels 10 degrees hotter because of the humidity. Think of a sauna. It's very nearly that humid some days. You can't sweat efficiently - it doesn't evaporate thus doesn't cool you down.

I'm in Montreal, so not even an hour drive north of the US border.
It's only going up to 90 next week.

And yes, on average we don't get near 100, but a few days a year we do pass 100. More days of the year we pass 90. And most of the summer it's in the 80's.
What weather system do you use? I always trust Weather channel.com.

But yeah, I know it could feel hotter with the humidity, in like places like in the eastern/southern US in stuff and all that. But really you should come here and see the awesome white dunes. biggrin They are great.

http://wallpapers-mania.org.ua/downloadimage/2da4c756126a8bca5e2fa9776f9b1254/9439/1/Soaptree Yucca Growing in Gypsum Sand, White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.jpg

I think this is a great picture of what the climate of Southern New Mexico looks like.  
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