Good to hear I'm not alone, sometimes you get the feeling everybody's looking forward to the winter! But I guess it's the seniors that are talking, they almost seem like they're enjoying this cold weather.....I never wanna be any older
I live in South Florida and there is no better time than winter, so I'm looking forward to it. The summers here are UNBEARABLE...100 percent humidity and 90 degress F...OUCH! My car gets so hot I have to peel my ass off the seat with a spatula.
ive experienced true winter. I dont think Sweden has much on Minnesota. -40 F, -60 with windchill. But, i luckily now live in northern california as well, and we are having an indian summer right now, yesterday was the best day all year. Not too warm, not too hot, blue sky, mmmmm. But i do like winter the best, mostly because winter means bigger swell =)
Well right here in Bawlmer, Maryland (Baltimore spoken in Baltimorese) it's 51F not too bad but its getting pretty #### cold at night sometimes. When I was in India during th summer it was about 100% hunidity every day, and at least 98F there everyday. I actually like the fall and winter seasons, sure it reminds you of how school has started back up and all, but it's a lot easier to get to sleep in a warm bed in the cold weather, than a hot bed in the hot weather
Truly cold weather rots, I can't take it at all. I spent Thanksgiving in NY in 1999 - it was only 25, but I was gagging for [warm] air everytime I went outside. I can't imagine "real" cold weather. How do you guys that get sub-freezing weather stand it? I like it in the mids 50s to high 60s - cold for Cali.
I've lived in Rochester NY all 21 years of my life and I still hate it when winter comes around. At least I don't have to walk to school anymore. Walking over a mile in unplowed streets and -70F degree windchill is NOT fun. Winter's not too bad at first, but then everything gets dirty from the cars and it just sucks for another 6 months. But hey, at least I don't have to live with flooding, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, blackouts or droughts.