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post #16 of 22
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Sarcasm, I presume? I was in NYC in early July, and it was pretty damn hot. Not as bad as DC, but well into the high 90s. 

 

No, you were here for the only heatwave we had this summer.  i think there was a 30 day plus period where it didn't hit 90.  it was quite moderate.

post #17 of 22
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I hope that it is true. I maybe able to wear my Invertere Greatcoat which I got when I lived in Chicago,
this january
post #18 of 22
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Originally Posted by LeviMay View Post

Dressing for a given temperature can be challenging enough, but in Canada, I find the real problem is the temperature fluctuations throught a given day. It can be below freezing in the morning, rise to 25*C in the afternoon, and drop back down again. I've begun taking my raincoat everywhere, even if the sun is shining.

I thought Canadians favored Sealskin Anoraks as their go to garment.
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Wednesay September 11, 2013 forecast for Toronto will swing up to 32 degrees C. Linen jacket and spectators will be at the ready...
post #20 of 22
For much of July and August it was unseasonably cool in coastal Southern California. We recently had a couple of weeks of hot weather, although more humid than really, really hot. It has been mild and pleasant for the past couple of days although temps are supposed to rise later in the week. From the middle of September to the middle of November temperatures customarily fluctuate between being mild and cool to blisteringly hot in short order.

I have yet to descry any consistent warming hereabouts despite all the hoo-hah that's been going on about it for the past decade-plus.
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Originally Posted by comrade View Post

I thought Canadians favored Sealskin Anoraks as their go to garment.

As long as they have spalla camacia.
post #22 of 22
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Originally Posted by LeviMay View Post

As long as they have spalla camacia.

Certo!
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