what's your weather 2024

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  1. Logan

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    It was sunny but now the clouds are coming over. A gentle breeze from the south west temp 12c feels like 11c.
     
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    CURRENTLY
    Overcast
    41°F 5°C
    Humidity 81%
    Wind Speed Vrbl 5 mph
    Barometer 30.00 in
    Dewpoint 36°F (2°C)
    Visibility 7.00 mi
    Wind Chill 38°F (3°C)
    Forecast
    Rain, mainly after 11am. High near 47. East wind 5 to 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%.
    New precipitation amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.
     
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    This is how our sunsets are at this time of the year.

    Same place after dusk below.

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    Temperature (dry bulb): 31°C - 88°F.
    Temperature (wet bulb): 27°C - 82°F.
    Pressure: 1011 mBars - 758 mmHg.
    Humidity: 73%.
    Dew Point: 25°C - 77°F.
    Visibility: 5 Km - 3.1 Miles.
    Conditions: Mildly cloudy, slightly hazy.
    Sunrise: 06:22 Hours.
    Sunset: 18:48 Hours.
     
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  5. Logan

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    Light rain and a gentle breeze from the south east temp 9c feels like 7c.
     
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    Mid 70s F (21 C) . Very nice day.
     
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    Good morning all, light rain showers and a gentle breeze temp 10c to 12c
    Precipitation 33%
    Sunrise 6.36
    Sunset 19.46
    Should be a dry afternoon
     
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    Mostly hazy, partly overcast sky conditions.

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    Temperature (dry bulb): 31°C - 88°F.
    Temperature (wet bulb): 28°C - 83°F.
    Pressure: 1012 mBars - 759 mmHg.
    Humidity: 80%.
    Dew Point: 27°C - 79°F.
    Visibility: 6 Km - 3.7 Miles.
    Conditions: Hazy, slightly overcast.
    Sunrise: 06:20 Hours.
    Sunset: 18:49 Hours.

    Today's daylight time was 3 minutes longer than yesterday...
     
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    Drizzle and a moderate breeze from the south west temp 11c feels like 10c
     
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    I wish I could experience drizzle, as nowadays I'm only getting treated to a steady increase in temperature.
    :frustrated:
    You guys are very lucky, as you all get some water from the sky once in every week to 10 days - No such thing here, as I have to wait a whole year until monsoon season arrives.
    :shrug:
    Never take your weather conditions for granted.
    :cool:
     
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    This morning before work it's
    Rain Fog/Mist
    42°F 6°C
    Humidity 89%
    Wind Speed E 7 mph
    Barometer 29.81 in (1009.3 mb)
    Dewpoint 39°F (4°C)
    Visibility 4.00 mi
    Wind Chill 38°F (3°C)
    The forecast Rain. High near 38. East wind 11 to 18 mph, with gusts as high as 32 mph.
    Tonight Rain, snow, and sleet before 1am, then rain between 1am and 3am, then rain and snow after 3am.
     
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    S-H… Sorry to hear no drizzles in your area of the world. We get way too much especially since extreme storms from global warming . If I could I would send a few storms your way.
    Then there is the other end of this delemma- I sometimes wonder what it would feel like during long cold winters - how nice the sun would feel like outside - just to soak up a bit of Vit-D.

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    Funny story, but during the late 80s and early 90s, (last few years when the internet still wasn't around) - I was obsessed with catching TV transmissions from neighboring countries. So I use to build all types of VHF & UHF antennas. And so I regularly caught receptions from India, and across the sea I also caught Oman, UAE, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia too.

    Signals of analog terrestrial TV transmissions from such a long distance away were always dependant on weather conditions. So sometimes I use to get excellent reception, while at other times, I could only see statics on the screen.

    But all of that changed when in 1992 we put up our own satellite dish antenna. So now we started to get uninterrupted 24 hours international TV channels, (like CNN & BBC World), and those too in perfect quality.

    Okay, now the funny part - Whenever I would watch the weather report of BBC, and they would point at the map of the world where I an residing. They would always say "fine sunny weather" over here at the southern coast of Pakistan...

    So this would make my blood boil! And you can already imagine how easy it is for a boy in his early teens to get triggered over little things...

    :rofl:

    So I would say:

    FINE!?
    FINE!?
    FINE!?


    WHAT'S SO ℅∆#$ING FINE ABOUT GETTING ROASTED ALIVE HERE??? Don't these people know that if I'm not careful outside in my peak summer months, I could actually die from a heatstroke... Yet they think this is "fine sunny weather"???

    My father who had spent some years of his youth in UK studying for his masters - Would now often laugh at seeing me boil in rage like this.

    :smt044

    He would say to me, son, you have to understand that their weather is completely different from ours. We here do whatever we can to avoid the sun, specially around midday - While these people feel blessed if they get just a few hours of uninterrupted sunshine. And sun over there isn't burning hot like it is over here. So please try and understand their mindset. As they are totally clueless about our conditions...

    I however said, that I now only wished I could grab these BBC weather presenters from their neck with one hand, slam the back of their heads against their blue screen over which they projected the weather. Then with the other hand give them a tight slap with full force. And just for good measure, another backhanded slap too from the same hand. Then pull them towards myself, only slam them back into the wall behind them, and repeat the whole process - Until they'd understand exactly how "fine" our sunny weather actually is over here...

    :snicker:

    But then during the 2000s, I saw a man roaming about aimlessly on the street, who was clearly from the British Isles. However he didn't look normal to me. Because all his clothes were dripping wet with sweat, and by the way he was walking - I felt like he wasn't in his senses... Luckily for him, a cop was watching him also, so I said to the cop, that it looks like this man is experiencing a heatstroke or something. Cop agreed and started walking towards him. But before he even got to the guy, that poor man collapsed on the footpath...

    I was almost sure he must have died, but people (along with that cop) rushed towards him for assistance.

    Nearby was the Marriott hotel, where the gardener was watering the grass with a hosepipe. So everybody poured water on him, and fortunately he woke up. Turned out he was staying at this very hotel, so he was immediately taken inside where he promptly got medical attention.

    I felt so bad for him I swear... :dizzy:
    But was also thankful that he didn't die.

    So since that day I stopped holding the resentment I use to carry for all the people, specially BBC weather presenters - Who just couldn't grasp my weather conditions.

    See this link below now, about how extreme it can actually get over here.

    https://www.gardenstew.com/threads/extreme-heatwave.35912
     
  15. S-H

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    Temperature (dry bulb): 27°C - 81°F.
    Temperature (wet bulb): 26°C - 79°F.
    Pressure: 1012 mBars - 759 mmHg.
    Humidity: 100%.
    Dew Point: 27°C - 79°F.
    Visibility: 6 Km - 3.7 Miles.


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    Conditions seemed just right to go out and enjoy some open air barbeque around dusk - Enjoy it now, before the peak of summer arrives. After which there'll be very little difference between the barbeque grill, and our ambient temperature... :chuckle:

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