Christmas Temperature

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  1. .HaVoC.

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    <span style="font-family:Comic Sans MS">I live in New Orleans and right now it's 77°F (pretty hot for Christmas). What is the temperature where everyone lives?</span>
     
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    49 Degrees Farenheit here, pretty high for what weve been having lately (sub zero).
     
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    Its 42 Degrees Fahrenheit over here, in NJ
     
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    I live in Michigan, and it has been snowing for the last 6 days. The usual snowfall by this time of year is 13" and we are already at 42". As for temperatures, they are the usual for this time of year, at 2-25 (F).
     
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    woah 2-25 damn...the only lowest we have gotten is 30 i believe.

    & snowing for past six days, like harsh snowing or flurries
     
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    I doubt that, if you add the windchill factor you've definitely hit sub zero levels.


    As for the actual topic, I don't know I haven't been outside but I'll check what the channels say right now.

    Yahoo says it's 45 degrees though, add maybe a 5 windchill factor and it's prolly somewhere between 35-40.
     
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    Cool.. I wish it snowed more over here, everything turned icy and the streets are horrible to walk on .
     
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    I would hate that, I like Michigan because even though it gets the least amount of annual sunshine, It is not as cold as Wisconsin and gets twice the snow (I love snow). So I can not complain too much, I just wish the fall and spring were a bit shorter and summer was a bit longer.
     
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    78 - boynton beach florida
     
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    While I like the snow I can not help but feel envious of 78 and a beach in Florida...
     
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    Yeah I do liike snow, but a beach in florida, my friend moved over there and he was bragging about

    he said later im going to jump in the pool


    i was like fu----
     
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    Yea I hate when the snow turns to ice, it's hectic getting anywhere. And people just don't bother cleaning in front of their homes so it's even worse. 

    What I would do to be on a beach in Florida right now. Or California for that matter.
     
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    I'm in the Boston area and it's 45 which is significantly warmer than the last few days. So much so that pretty much all the snow that accumulated (and that I practically had to kill myself shoveling) is now gone
     
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    A bit off topic, But how is Australia, anybody know? I have been thinking about trying to get citizenship and moving there after college, but well, lets just say it would be a big move lol.
     
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    As far as I know their winters are basically like our springs, early summer. So it should be decently nice weather.
     

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