How's the weather where you are?


#141

Scotland always brings James Herriot to mind, since I am presently working my way through his books.


#142

82 degrees in the Arkansas Ozarks. Good time to float the Buffalo River.
Thomas Hart Benton’s idea of an ideal summer day on the Buffalo. I’ve fished a spot that looks a lot like this many times and always wondered if it was indeed the same.


#143

First day of winter in Western Australia, 25C and dry.


#144

Winter? :astonished: How hot is it in the summer?


#145

Gonna be down in SD in a couple of weeks. Mid June isn’t the time to visit, eh? Does that mean bad weather is likely on the water?


#146

Not too hot today but plenty of humidity and rain in Pensacola.


#147

San Diego never has “bad” weather😎 But the June Gloom makes most of us living here unhappy! So very spoiled. Sun usually burns off the marine layer by around 11:00. Will suggest bringing a jacket though. Ocean breeze can make it feel kinda chilly. Hope you have fun! Great city to visit! We did and than moved here!


#148

It can go up to 42C and humid, but hopefully not very often. We usually get dry heat. Our seasons are the opposite of yours.


#149

I was quite surprised to learn that Australian winters can be that hot. I assumed that Australian winters would be somewhat hotter than Dutch winters, but didn’t expect them to be that hot.


#150

Errr…??? James Herriot’s from Yorkshire. They are a lot stingier down there LOL


#151

You’re both right. He was born in England, raised in Glasgow and spent his life practicing in Yorkshire.


#152

Educated in Edinburgh. And according to his memoirs, the hospitality of the Yorkshire dalesmen was second to none.


#153

15º and wet here in southern Ontario, but by the end of the week we will be getting sun and 28 glorious degrees. (That’s about 80 for those troglodytes that still use Fahrtenheit.)


#154

we have it similar here in western Switzerland. today it was rainy and fresh, but by the end of the week they expect 28!!!
Gonna be interesting… :sun_with_face:


#155

Why would a troglodyte need either one? The temperature in a cave hardly every varies. Not much point in measuring it. :wink:


#156

Yeah, but you have to go outside occasionally to kill a rodent or two for dinner.


#157

85 degrees F ( 29.4 degrees C ) today. I live in the southern United States where we have two growing seasons. My tomatoes are numerous but green. My cucumbers are numerous but small. My Jalapeño peppers are being harvested now for cheesy poppers.


#158

19 degrees Celsius here. Partly cloudy.


#159

32º here. Too hot to do much outside.


#160

Temperatures today in the mid ninety’s, with humidity feels even warmer. Plenty of sunshine.