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The Weather

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Gordon Cooper
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Re: The Weather

#21 Postby Gordon Cooper » Wed Jun 22, 2016 5:16 pm

Have just emptied the rain gauge. 83 mm in the past 24 hours. You are welcome to it Pierre, bring your own container.
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Re: The Weather

#22 Postby joany » Thu Jun 23, 2016 8:57 am

The weather here in Pennsylvania has been kind of goofy this year. We had a Winter with mild temperatures and a record snowfall, followed by an early "Spring" in March, then a drop in temperatures in April-May. June has been very hot and dry, although today we have a welcome break from hot temperatures along with some showers. It definitely seems that the climate is heating up around here. The weather is more unpredictable than it used to be.
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Re: The Weather

#23 Postby Richard » Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:10 am

When I moved to Venezuela from Louisiana about 40 years ago,
I brought an indoor/outdoor thermometer and a rain gauge.
Weather was always a topic of conversation in Louisiana.

Nowadays, I only have a thermometer in the kitchen
and the rain gauge has long been lost.
The major topic concerning the weather
in Venezuela is heat!

When it rains, work stops and they get out of the rain.
Always thought it funny that Americans kept working
when it rained while the Venezuelans got out of the rain. :)
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