Today’s Current Weather Conditions #252

Filed under:To Shine or Not to Shine☀-February 2006 — posted by JAWjaw on 2/9/2006 @ 1:04 pm

Thursday February 9, 2006 [C(5/365) W(2/365)]

February 2006 Total:
C-cloudy (5/365) PC-partly cloudy (3/365)
D-drizzle (1/365)
W-windy (2/365) LW-light winds (4/365) VW-very windy (3/365)

This Year�s (June 3, 2005 – June 2, 2006)Total:
S- sunny (41/365) C-cloudy (90/365) PC-partly cloudy (121/365)
D-drizzle (24/365) R-rainy (8/365) SR-scattered rain showers (22/365)
W-windy (78/365) LW-light winds (134/365) VW-very windy (9/365)
H-humid (68/365) SH-slightly humid (82/365)


Filed under:★2006,Misc — posted by JAWjaw on @ 11:23 am

I was having trouble getting through to one of my usual web-stops this morning. So while I waited I took a quick peek at their version of our local weather report. “Broken clouds…59�…refreshingly cool.” Maybe I’ve lived on the island too long, but at 59 degrees Farenheit I’m almost freezing my toosh off. One of the things that happens when a person lives in the sub-tropical climate for an extended period of time is the blood thins (or at least that’s what I’ve been told). Cold temperatures are further enhanced by the strong North winds that blow over the island. And given that many of the structures are made of reinforced concrete to ward off the upcoming typhoon season, it begins to feel like I’m in a fridge at this time of year. Of course if one is caught in the pristine piles of white snow mounds, I guess 59� sounds pretty refreshing.

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