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What is your Weather? :)

  • Cold here again, for a few days:

    National Weather Service Mc Naughton, WI
    Current Local Conditions at:
    Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport
    Lat: 45.63 N   Lon: 89.47 W   Elev: 1663 ft
    Last Update: 01/05/17, 07:53 AM CST
    
    **Temperature: -19°F (-28°C)
    
  • Same here! Peaking on frost today, clear sky and below -30°C. 🆙

  • -13 feels like -18, seawater freezes. I Am the Walrus! ☕

  • O.O

    :o

  • Looks good in Barcelona...

    Almost the same here in Wisconsin now. Record highs last five days.

    Temperature: 49°F (9°C)

    Still snow though, melting fast 🙂

  • We lost ours some time ago. Currently 53F at the local airport, they tell me it was as high as 63F earlier (not quite tying the old record of 64F). Tomorrow's forecast? 67F and light fog. Doesn't sound a thing like February ...

  • It was 22 C yesterday till the late evening. And clear, no significant wind. It felt crazy.

    Today it's very little covering as well, some about 20 C.
    It ain't forecast to last long though, the curve is on lowering, then some.

  • Let me see now ... Saturday was 57F/13C and rainy, yesterday was 77F/25C and not bad - but the rain came back later. Today ... rain should be clearing up shortly, and we expect a high near 66F/19C. The old saying is "April showers bring May flowers"; if so we should have lots of flowers.

  • Yesterday's top was even higher a degree or too.
    Intellicast shows 19 C now: the service might be more believable for current temps for it shows local weather stations and the user can even pick one as more reliable.

    Funny thing yesterday.
    As the forecast the other day 'promised' it would be declining and it was 9am, noticeable it was: I peeked out my window to see a guy strolling in his underwear shirt - the funny thing it was May 1 and the underwear shirt is "mayka" in Russian, so I messaged a pal to say "this guy must be celebrating May starting" 😛

  • I understand "May day" used to be a big socialist holiday; obviously it had negative connotations in these parts :left:

    Weather Underground also provides access to local weather stations, but some of them are pretty unreliable. The one it picks as closest to me has been as much as 10F/5.6C higher than the local airport, I think they must have set it up in direct sunlight rather than shade. So I just use the airport.

  • I understand "May day" used to be a big socialist holiday; obviously it had negative connotations in these parts :left:

    (Still no smilies, huh?)
    Not exactly socialist. It was 19th century, there weren't proper socialists yet, and the thing was about workers' rights and/or working conditions, probably both. There were casualties. It was in the US of North America. Chicago, perhaps.

  • Weather Underground also provides access to local weather stations, but some of them are pretty unreliable. The one it picks as closest to me has been as much as 10F/5.6C higher than the local airport, I think they must have set it up in direct sunlight rather than shade.

    Yes, it happens. All the time, it's the matter of luck to have a near station set by a guy with a little brains.

    And no, we don't have an airport. :lol:
    There is a club or something, perhaps, I don't know...
    The clock at our train station was not set by wise guys. 😉

  • In English, "wise guy" means practical joker, so are you sure? 😛

  • In English, "wise guy" means practical joker...

    I guess not exactly in English-in English, being as it is in certain English-speaking areas. As a common jargon.
    Thank you for the reference though, I've heard it in movies, now I'll know.
    I meant literally - like in English-in English*:)* Like Shakespeare 😃

  • In English, "wise guy" means practical joker, so are you sure?

    Speaking of those wise guys though, I guess it might have been something in it: there shows a station there where the wise guys put their sensors like in the sauna - showing some enormous temps at times - like 52 degrees centigrade, like in winter*;)*

  • Perhaps too close to the chimney or heater?

  • I'd ask, Steve, but I fear to be burnt. 😉

    Yup, it's chillier today, very much so :pssst:

  • Rains recently.

    The sorbus tree against my window has already got blooming! Not three weeks passed since it took leaves - it feels at least.

  • Unexpectedly rain broke out.

    Well, the forecast did expect it, but not the morning looked like that O.O

  • Warmest day so far this year: northern Wisconsin

    88°F (31°C)
    SW 24 MPH (38.6 kph)

    Latitude: 45.63
    Longitude: -89.48

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