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A 3 18.75%
B 6 37.50%
C 2 12.50%
D 4 25.00%
F 1 6.25%
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:12 AM
 
Location: Perth, Western Australia
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Yes its very similar to Perth but with the rainfall pattern inversed. Comfortable if lacking a bit in variety, and would prefer a bit more rain in winter.

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Old 06-04-2012, 08:44 AM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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But with 10 months!!! with averages high above 20 celsius, i dont like the odds for a crispy cold 9 celsius day in Cordoba, ugh!!
I bet the odds for a crispy cold 9 celsius day in Córdoba are no different from BA, even though the avg highs in Córdoba are higher.

Look at last July 2011:
Clima en Cordoba Aerodrome durante Julio de 2011 - datos climáticos históricos

And July 2010:
Clima en Cordoba Aerodrome durante Julio de 2010 - datos climáticos históricos
Look at days 16 to 18, how chilly they got.

For me, Córdoba gets a C-. Too warm year-round, though the fact that winters are more unstable make room for some really chilly days (at the expense of having 28C days in winter). Overall, it isn't that bad, but definitely very far from my ideal climate.
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Old 06-04-2012, 10:57 AM
 
Location: Laurentia
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This is an awful climate. Abundant sunshine, hot summers, and no winter. I give it an F.

What is interesting about this place is that it is similar to many Mediterranean climates temperature-wise, but the precipitation profile is exactly reversed, with a wet summer/dry winter instead of a dry summer/wet winter. A lot of people that move to the Sun Belt in the United States would love this climate, even more than their Sun Belt destinations (no cold rain in winter and cooler summers are advantages for that type here vs. the Sun Belt).
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Old 06-04-2012, 06:15 PM
 
Location: Cloudchurch, Subantarctica
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This is an awful climate. Abundant sunshine, hot summers, and no winter. I give it an F.
How about we just assume you give every climate an 'F' unless stated otherwise from now on?

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What is interesting about this place is that it is similar to many Mediterranean climates temperature-wise, but the precipitation profile is exactly reversed, with a wet summer/dry winter instead of a dry summer/wet winter. A lot of people that move to the Sun Belt in the United States would love this climate, even more than their Sun Belt destinations (no cold rain in winter and cooler summers are advantages for that type here vs. the Sun Belt).
Yes, but I guess the disadvantage is that the landscape will be more arid-looking due to higher evotranspiration during summer.
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Old 06-04-2012, 07:23 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Summers are too warm and it's too sunny. Winters are acceptable enough to save it from a F. Rainfall is decent.
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