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Old 10-22-2013, 10:51 PM
Location: Juneau
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Originally Posted by Clark Park View Post
Although the amount of snowfall is quite a bit, the temperatures are rather mild.
About 2/3rds of winter precip in Juneau is snow, and 1/3rd is rain. I'd prefer 25 degrees and snow to 35 degrees and rain.

Some areas of S.E. Alaska get very little snow and it doesn't stay on the ground long. Ketchikan and Sitka for example.
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Old 10-22-2013, 11:02 PM
Location: Tempe, AZ
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Phoenix, AZ (Winter lasts what feels like two weeks in late December/early January, but I will add the typical "cold" months in here.):

Average highs: 76 degrees Fahrenheit
Average lows: 52

Average highs: 66
Average lows: 45

Average highs: 67
Average lows: 45

Average highs: 70
Average lows: 49

Rain is practically nonexistent, and same with clouds. Straight up sun, like it always is. Occasionally there is wind, but that's about as rough as it gets here in Arizona in the wintertime.

Tucson, AZ: Subtract ten degrees from numbers given above, and that is generally pretty accurate. Rest is the same as Phoenix.
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:07 AM
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Average temperature: Dec: 28.3, Jan: 22.4, Feb: 24 and Mar: 33.9

Average annual snowfall(for the metro): 115 inches(but varies within metro)

Plant hardiness in metro is around 5b-6a
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Old 10-23-2013, 09:20 AM
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
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Huntington Beach, CA

Average highs: 68
Average lows: 56

Average highs: 64
Average lows: 48

Average highs: 64
Average lows: 48

Average highs: 64
Average lows: 50

It can get (relatively) cold at night. last year we had numerous nights when it dropped below freezing.
This is also our traditional rain season.
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Old 11-24-2013, 08:09 AM
Status: "in Lush Subtropical Fort Worth Texas until August 16th" (set 6 days ago)
Location: Part time dual resident of 76131 and 46060
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Default Winter Climate of Indianapolis,Indiana

Indianapolis, Indiana-The Circle City

December Mean Temperature 31.6 Degrees Fahrenheit, 3.17 inches precipitation, 6.9 inches snow

January Mean Temperature 28.1 Degrees Fahrenheit 2.66 inches precipitation, 8.6 inches snow

February Mean Temperature 32.1 Degrees Fahrenheit 2.32 inches precipitation, 6.5 inches snow

March Mean Temperature 42.2 Degrees Fahrenheit 3.56 inches precipitation, 2.6 inches snow

Plant Hardiness Zone 6a----Based on updated 2012 plant hardiness zone map
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Old 11-24-2013, 10:56 AM
Location: A subtropical paradise
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December Mean: 860 degrees Fahrenheit

January Mean: 860 degrees Fahrenheit

March Mean: 860 degrees Fahrenheit

Perpetual cloud cover every single day of the year. At times Venus can experience rains of sulfuric acid with a pH lower than battery acid.

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