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#1 by valerie » Sun Jan 22, 2012 22:39

Snowing like mad some places.

Right now in this part of Tennessee, there's tornadoes and severe thunderstorms.

I wonder if there is a place on earth with perfect weather year round?

I use to hear that Hawaii had pretty good weather year round. But then, not long
ago they had some floods from too much rain.
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#2 by H3ATH3R_ » Sun Jan 22, 2012 22:44

We are getting severe thunder storms here in Central IL also. The temp went up about 10 degrees right before it hit us. Storms make me sleepy...lol! :lol:

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#3 by valerie » Mon Jan 23, 2012 01:37

Ya, it got hot here. A transformer out on the road got hit and the electric went out. :roll:
Nothing new. Seems every time there is a lightening storm, that transformer gets hit. I
called and they came out within the hour, fixed it.

It's so stuffy in here, I opened a couple of windows for a few minutes.
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#4 by H3ATH3R_ » Mon Jan 23, 2012 03:03

Glad they got that all fixed for you and so quickly also. The storms are all gone but it is still pretty nice out here. It is 48 out right now but is supposed to drop about 10 degrees by 9am. My allergies are acting up really bad but they always do after it rains. :thumbdown:

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#5 by Jamesrudy » Mon Jan 23, 2012 05:37

hello guys, I am truly sorry to hear it. I hope u r doing fine today. As Indonesia lies in the equator line , we have only two seasons , dry season and rainy season . The avg temp around 25 - 37 degrees centigrade . Yeah due to the bad weather , lots of flood and high tidal waves are taking place in certain areas. Sadly recently There have been several cyclones and tornadoes during these 2 years :cry:
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#6 by frizzbnz » Fri Feb 03, 2012 02:31

Crazy weather all over the globe.
Here in New Zealand we have what should be summer -- late Jan it's usually hot -- not so this year.
Rain seems to be the name of the month this and the past few -- the nights get chilly and today looks
and feels very much like a warm winter day -- overcast with a chill in the air.
Sooo will be interesting to watch the weather patterns all over the world -- so far it seems each country
reports unusual patterns for the season they're in.
Bring on summer -- Yeah right !!
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#7 by rheydickson » Fri Feb 03, 2012 07:42

Jamesrudy wrote: hello guys, I am truly sorry to hear it. I hope u r doing fine today. As Indonesia lies in the equator line , we have only two seasons , dry season and rainy season . The avg temp around 25 - 37 degrees centigrade . Yeah due to the bad weather , lots of flood and high tidal waves are taking place in certain areas. Sadly recently There have been several cyclones and tornadoes during these 2 years :cry:

I agree with this.. Same here in the Philippines..
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#8 by oberder » Fri Feb 03, 2012 12:07

rheydickson wrote:
Jamesrudy wrote: hello guys, I am truly sorry to hear it. I hope u r doing fine today. As Indonesia lies in the equator line , we have only two seasons , dry season and rainy season . The avg temp around 25 - 37 degrees centigrade . Yeah due to the bad weather , lots of flood and high tidal waves are taking place in certain areas. Sadly recently There have been several cyclones and tornadoes during these 2 years :cry:

I agree with this.. Same here in the Philippines..

Weather's quite unpredictable; it's February now, yet some afternoons are so unbearably hot ( pre-summer effects ) -- and when night falls, there'll be times you'll need more than a couple of thick blankets

Now, weather reports say another disturbance is on the way...

And who wouldn't forget Ondoy... ( *faints* )
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#9 by Kreacher » Fri Feb 03, 2012 18:17

Last few days (2 or 3) have been warm in Lamar County, Texas. We've had plenty of rain after the summer drought. My back yard (we have 2 acres) is almost a mud plain with puddles. Saw a deer rack the other day that was about 6 inches deep. I think all the underground critters have headed for higher ground. We're kind of in a low area here.

Last summer the garden about burnt up. I guess this year it will flood to death. Global warming? Don't know. Arguments go both ways. Personally, I think it's over population. Earth can't handle all the warm bodies and is starting to complain. But what do I know? :)
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