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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by Trumpet Rider, Dec 26, 2016.
Nah, just kidding.
How's the weather, Tubes? We are bracing for a weekend-long ice storm.
But I have no idea about where exactly you live and consequently I have no idea about what type of weather you should expect.
Here's a question: where you live do you categorise your winters into various 'types'?
In case there existed any confusion about it - or even the smallest amount of interest -
I live at lower South Pacific - the end of the earth.
I was inquiring about your weather. I know that you are in your summer, so I wondered what summer is like at the end of the earth.
I live in the center of the U.S., where the weather changes dramatically with the direction of the wind. Yesterday the wind was from the south, pulling up warm moist air from the Gulf of Mexico. Today the wind is from the north, bringing dry, frigid air from the arctic.
Some winters are mild, some are brutal. All winters are long.
Where I live we tend to obsess about El Nino or El Nina.
Those amount to two different types of summers.
Ok. Well so far this is .
Cant stand the movies any more but the day is still fun.
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