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Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by Manton, Aug 26, 2012.
It got cloudy and is drizzling. Does this mean Manton's or pB are back?
not me, foggy in santa cruz
i used to believe that NJ drivers were the worst (in the tri-state area) but connecticut drivers are really making a run at the top spot.
i realize that driving in NYC can suck, but its the quasi metro drivers who live near the city that usually end up combining the worst attributes of suburban "distracted and don't care" with hyper aggressive "i'm in NYC and this is how i think I should drive in NYC!" drivers.
santa cruz 7 day forecast:
67 68 67 67 67 68 67
55 55 55 55 55 55 55
thats awful too cold for August, could never get used to it.
it was 91 two days ago. and 67 here is very sunny so it feels fine. anyway, stay in that hell hole for all I care, it's already too crowded here.
I need to find somewhere where it is 78-80 during the day and in the low 60s at night. That's my dream summer weather.
Maine is actually pretty close to this.
well that was the TV forecast, accuweather says it will be up to 76 a few of those days.
The lows are always consistent though, you need a jacket at night, always have.
anything much colder during August = no beach for me. Needs to be warmer.
I don't really like the beach, so that's an easy one for me.
Besides, 80 is fine as long as you are in the sun.
It's the NorCal coast, it's like this from Pt. Conception all the way to the Oregon border (and beyond).
i'm not big on the beach either, have yet to visit a NY one this summer. But it sure was nice waking up in LA, walking to a beach, and spending an hour there to limber up.
Seattle. Plus it's not humid, and there's no bugs.
if you want to be rained on every day ...
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