Usacomp2k3 wrote:Dang, high of 81 tomorrow. It's supposed to get down to 56 tonight. Brrr.
StuG wrote:Usacomp2k3 wrote:Dang, high of 81 tomorrow. It's supposed to get down to 56 tonight. Brrr.
Even people up north can actually be surprised how cold Florida actually feels once it dips below 50. Its not so much the degree of whether, but there is always a lot of wind and humidity that can make it feel much much colder.
bobboobles wrote:I'd like to experience that sort of cold once in my life just so I can do like the fella in Brian's Winter and have my pee freeze before it hits the ground.
I was interested to note a couple years back that one morning it was 100 degrees colder than a July afternoon that got up to 112.
Captain Ned wrote:
QFT here in Vermont as well.
The Wanderer wrote:Global warming.
(Seriously. Higher average temperatures means more energy in the system, which means more volatility, which means unseasonable and otherwise chaotic weather - of all types.)
just brew it! wrote:I agree that could be the cause... but until it happens several years in a row, we can't tell whether it is indeed a real trend or just a statistical fluke.
just brew it! wrote:I'll stop here, in an attempt not to push this thread over the R&P line... :wink:
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