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Ragnarok Delrhe
09-25-2011, 18:29
wtf seriously. Yesterday we had 80 ° + plus the humidity factor in Montréal. Today it's only like 70 but I'm still sweating like hell so I'm guessing humidity must be around 300%. WTF is going on seriously? Summer's over. We usually get 55° as average max at this time of the year.

Jimmyhat
09-25-2011, 18:32
fahrenheit? I was expecting better from a canadian.

GirlyMan
09-25-2011, 18:47
no clue about fahrenheit but it's been decent here in S. Ontario. It's important to remember we're still basically in summer until the leaves start turning to an appreciable degree, regardless of what the calender says.

Been raining quite a bit though.

Bissen
09-25-2011, 18:48
The sun. It's complex.

EzooL
09-25-2011, 18:55
Well its balanced out so for the extended or extra warmth in unusual places, somewhere where its meant to be is getting colder weather instead...

..This happens to be Ireland atm :(

UK and Ireland already got a long forecast for early snow as early as next month. I really cba with that cold weather after 5 mins of "OH SWEET ITS SNOWING :D" has worn off and it goes on for days :/

Makgyver
09-25-2011, 19:02
Here in northern sweden the cold came so sudden like if someone had turned a switch

Jedicake
09-25-2011, 19:03
Feels like autumn here. oh wait it is

Don Chino
09-25-2011, 19:07
Winter is coming.

Marrik
09-25-2011, 19:07
the climate may be changing, but that doesnt mean that Climate Change is the explanation.

Ragnarok Delrhe
09-25-2011, 19:11
fahrenheit? I was expecting better from a canadian.

people usually bitch when I use celcius -_- 27° celcius and 21 ° for today.

nate4449
09-25-2011, 19:26
Herp derp, global warming, derp.

Ragnarok Delrhe
09-25-2011, 22:50
obvious troll is obvious.

Dingbat
09-25-2011, 23:22
people usually bitch when I use celcius -_- 27° celcius and 21 ° for today.

Now your a real man.

Apex Vertigo
09-26-2011, 00:14
Bitching about it being in the 80s? It still breaks 100 here, so stfu.

tehWise
09-26-2011, 00:24
Been a cool summer here in the NW.

Today is lower to mid 60's, sunny.

Didn't even use the a/c this year, even when it was 110+ in DC it was in the lower 60's here. Weird part is it doesn't get that cold during the winter, it stays pretty much 35-80f degrees between winter/summer.

Ragnarok Delrhe
09-26-2011, 02:14
someone died during the Montréal marathon.


Bitching about it being in the 80s? It still breaks 100 here, so stfu.QQ I live in a desert QQ. (ok maybe not a desert but close to one.)

Canada is not known for it's laxist gun laws and shizzle it's known as the great north.

PS: polar bears dying and all too. pff.

[LoD] EE
09-26-2011, 02:33
Herp derp, global warming, derp.

Wow, you are like some retarded ball of dumbass, old, tired memes. Is there anything you say or do that is original or do you just follow like a mindless sheep?

Death's Chill
09-26-2011, 02:54
I like it. But then I bike to work and it's not exactly pleasant when it's real cold. I bike at night too so yeah, I don't even notice since I sleep during the day.

Apex Vertigo
09-26-2011, 03:40
someone died during the Montréal marathon.

QQ I live in a desert QQ. (ok maybe not a desert but close to one.)

Canada is not known for it's laxist gun laws and shizzle it's known as the great north.

PS: polar bears dying and all too. pff.

I don't live anywhere close to a desert. I live in a city of over a million people surrounded in nearly every direction within a few hours of me that also have over a million people. I've literally never even seen a desert. L2geography.

Ragnarok Delrhe
09-26-2011, 03:49
I don't live anywhere close to a desert. I live in a city of over a million people surrounded in nearly every direction within a few hours of me that also have over a million people. I've literally never even seen a desert. L2geography.

14 million acres of Texas are part of the Chihuahuan desert



he southwest portion of Texas is part of the very large Chihuahuan Desert. About 14 million acres of Texas is desert. However, the state has an area of 172 million acres, so it's not a large percent.

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_of_Texas_is_desert#ixzz1Z1UKjrv X


Learn geography about where you live.

Apex Vertigo
09-26-2011, 04:22
14 million acres of Texas are part of the Chihuahuan desert




Learn geography about where you live.

Lol Texas is a big ass place, I don't live anywhere near where you are talking about. My home isn't even considered a dry climate, it's off the gulf so it's pretty wet except for this summer which was a really dry exception.

nate4449
09-26-2011, 05:10
EE;5163957']Wow, you are like some retarded ball of dumbass, old, tired memes. Is there anything you say or do that is original or do you just follow like a mindless sheep?

Well, I do try.

88Chaz88
09-26-2011, 10:05
Good. Although I doubt it'll be as warm in Calgary it'll be nice to not have to freeze to death while I'm there.

Ragnarok Delrhe
09-26-2011, 12:00
Lol Texas is a big ass place, I don't live anywhere near where you are talking about. My home isn't even considered a dry climate, it's off the gulf so it's pretty wet except for this summer which was a really dry exception.

it's not that big :P


Alaska: 1,717,854 km2 (663,268 sq mi)
Québec: 1,542,056 km2 (595,391 sq mi)
Texas: 696,241 km2 (268,581 sq mi)