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What Is Your Favourite Weather

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Dylanperr, Dec 8, 2020.

  1. Dylanperr

    Dylanperr Hon Hon Hon

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    I think there is Melbourne and some small cities in Tasmania.
     
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    yeah, exactly. What could be! but I think they go for centrality over climate.
     
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    Melbourne is up an inlet hence technically inland climate, hot summers, freezing winters. Lived in small town nth coast Tasmania, they're all inbred xenophobes. It's like something out of a horror film when you know what they're really like. Tasmania is very rainy, drizzly lotsa mould/moss, it's like NZ it's green cos its rainy.
     
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    Snow.
     
  5. Dylanperr

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    Favourite koppen climate code?
     
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    [​IMG]
     
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    My would likely be if you just going by codes would be.

    C or D (Temperate or cold).
    F (No dry season).
    A or B (Warm summers or Hot summers).

    So it would be Cfa (Humid subtropical), Cfb (Oceanic), Dfa (Hot summer continental), Dfb (Warm summer continental).

    Nova Scotia climate sounds interesting since it is pretty much all of those climate zones put together.
     
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    So I like Oceanic with some Continental influences.
     
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    My favorite weather is warm and sunny, with clear blue sky.
     
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    As a rain, fog, and cold lover myself. I have to admit you can't go wrong with the standard warm and sunny day every once in a while.
     
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    That looks gorgeous? where was that picture taken?
     
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    Here in Calgary
     
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    What do winters feel like in Calgary and are they as bad as people say they are?
     
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    All of Canada gets true winter weather, except for a small region on the west coast (Vancouver area, and Vancouver Island)

    The rest of Canada? Snow, and some cold days, we can get as cold as -30 Celcius sometimes or big dumps of snow when it's not easy to get around

    In a manner of speaking winter here is bad, but there is lots of fun to be had in winter as well, people here love winter sports, I think snowy landscape is beautiful (more beautiful than summer landscape), just one more example from Lake Louise, early morning fog on a winter day, you can't see the mountains in the background, but a magical morning for a walk still

    Lake Louise 01.jpg
     
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    Besides with winter you can always put more clothes on but with summer you have to just put up with it unless you have ac or a fan.

    For Canada it depends, Much of Southern Ontario and much of the Maritimes tend to have winters that are on the milder side (going by Canadian standards), but winters there still definitely exist in these regions.
     
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    How about a Winnipeg winter for you? :)
     
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    Hahahaha most likely yes, but how about a Winnipeg winter for you as well.
     
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