By Starfire on Jan 6, 2010 in Outdoors
Summer and winter each need to be lowered for me. And fall now that I look at it again.
Summer-77 degrees. With a 5 MPH wind off The Lake
Fall-45 degrees (it’s fall it has to be “crisp”)
eco eco: Starfire’s temps are lower if you look at the hyphen as a minus sign!
All my temps reference the Fahrenheit scale and above zero temperatures:
Spring: 50 to 55 degrees
Summer: 77 degrees, with low humidity
70 degrees, with high humidity
Fall: 55 to 60 degrees
Winter: 10 to 20 degrees (depending on where the wind is coming from!)
A couple of weather thoughts:
No such thing as bad weather, only different types of good weather.
No such thing as bad weather, only bad gear.
Stay warm everyone.
Summer: 81 if dry, 74 if humid
No such thing as bad weather. Just bad clothes.
from “Fading Away” by James Taylor
I’ve got a hold on a night in June
I’ve got room for you and me
I’ve got moonlight up in the trees
I’ve got sixty-eight degrees
I’ve got nothing on my mind
But I’ve got loving in my heart
And I’ve got something out in the garden
I want to show you …
Crisp is key for fall: I endorse the 45 plan. Summer could top out at 72 and I’d be just fine with that. But I’d rather dispense with “spring” and have it stay 18 and snowing from November through May.
All this talk just makes me think of Ol’ Yeller’s “Jean Jacket Weather.”
I would make Spring and Fall both 68, with a couple colder days in Fall. And Winter 55. Nothing under 50!
i’m such a wimp. i don’t like heat or cold -- but boy, does 50 in the spring feel like t-shirt weather, or what? and 60 in fall is sweater weather. i love that.
I agree with doubledutch…sounds perfect!! No 80s, no time for me. And no below zero, my dishwasher even froze up this week.
Winter: 20 (and sunny)
Those of you who like 30 degree winters are just asking for ice vs. snow and I will take colder with snow any ol day.
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