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Old 08-30-2013, 09:55 AM
 
Location: Buenos Aires and La Plata, ARG
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damnit

a 27c day and now, at 10:15 pm, temp is 20c!!!!

how depressing, and supposedly we still have one month till ""winter"" ends
And Mar del Plata, your hometown, had 29C, wich is the second highest August temp ever recorded there, just behind the 29.9C of 2009.

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Old 08-30-2013, 10:21 AM
 
Location: Buenos Aires and La Plata, ARG
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Very remarkable the last week in Baha Blanca, in the south of Buenos Aires Province. It had both highest and lowest August temps ever recorded in the same week
In red and blue, the records:

30/08: 32.6 C/7.9C
29/08: 25.7 C/6.5C
28/08: 22.2 C/4.0C
27/08: 12.3 C/-6.2C
26/08 : 8.5C/-7.9C
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Old 08-30-2013, 09:41 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Very remarkable the last week in Baha Blanca, in the south of Buenos Aires Province. It had both highest and lowest August temps ever recorded in the same week
In red and blue, the records:

30/08: 32.6 C/7.9C
29/08: 25.7 C/6.5C
28/08: 22.2 C/4.0C
27/08: 12.3 C/-6.2C
26/08 : 8.5C/-7.9C

wow, thats impressive!!!

And im in Mar del Plata now, just arrived tonight, well see if tomorrow is a beach day. This is too weird and absurd
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Old 08-31-2013, 01:52 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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Very remarkable the last week in Baha Blanca, in the south of Buenos Aires Province. It had both highest and lowest August temps ever recorded in the same week
In red and blue, the records:

30/08: 32.6 C/7.9C
29/08: 25.7 C/6.5C
28/08: 22.2 C/4.0C
27/08: 12.3 C/-6.2C
26/08 : 8.5C/-7.9C
That's pretty impressive. For reference, Bahia Blanca is at the same latitude as Melbourne and also sits at the head of a bay.
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Old 08-31-2013, 12:57 PM
 
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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In Mar del Plata is all back to normal at 12c, cool windy sunny day

while in BA they are still in spring 25c weather


so............YAYYYYYYYYYYY!!! good desition to come here and escape warm weather!

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Old 08-31-2013, 01:46 PM
 
Location: Top of the South, NZ
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Very remarkable the last week in Baha Blanca, in the south of Buenos Aires Province. It had both highest and lowest August temps ever recorded in the same week
In red and blue, the records:

30/08: 32.6 C/7.9C
29/08: 25.7 C/6.5C
28/08: 22.2 C/4.0C
27/08: 12.3 C/-6.2C
26/08 : 8.5C/-7.9C
I know a Bahia Blancan that live in town. I shall pass this information on.
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Old 08-31-2013, 05:17 PM
 
Location: Bangkok, Thailand
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This weekend has delivered the sun I was hoping for (and then some) but the temps have been well below seasonal and there's been a consistent 30 km/hr easterly. I tried going outside to sunbathe earlier but just ended up shivering due to the constant cold wind.

And the forecast shows a full week of cloud, rain and cold temps. This sucks! WORST START TO SPRING EVER!!!!!!!!!!!

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Originally Posted by marlaver View Post
Very remarkable the last week in Baha Blanca, in the south of Buenos Aires Province. It had both highest and lowest August temps ever recorded in the same week
In red and blue, the records:

30/08: 32.6 C/7.9C
29/08: 25.7 C/6.5C
28/08: 22.2 C/4.0C
27/08: 12.3 C/-6.2C
26/08 : 8.5C/-7.9C
Wow, I guess that's what can happen when you're part of a landmass that stretches from the sub-Antarctic to the equator.
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Old 08-31-2013, 10:20 PM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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Spring starts off about as spring-like as you can ask for at this time of year. 24C / 75F and hazy sunshine with a breeze at 2pm.
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Old 09-01-2013, 07:37 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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I wonder if that pathological douchebag Krappyquatsi has anything to say about this:

Sydney's warmest winter on record
Ben McBurney, Sunday September 1, 2013 - 14:10 EST

Sydney has just enjoyed its warmest winter on record, with rainfall also coming in above average after a very wet June.

There never really was a winter in Sydney, with the three months of June, July and August combined having an average maximum of 19.6 degrees and an average minimum of 10.4 degrees, more typical of late autumn or early spring. The maximum and minimum combined averaged a touch below 15 degrees, smashing the previous record set in 1988.

The warmth wasn't just confined to the city either with the growing influence of the urban heat island, with many others suburbs also seeing their warmest winter on record.

June was the closest it got to winter as frequent cloud and heavy showers kept the temperature down, although it was still more than 1 degree above average. The month was very wet as well, with the 316mm recorded the wettest June in six years and was also 102% of the seasonal average.

July turned out to be much warmer than usual and also quite dry. The usually coldest month of the year was the warmest July on record, with the average maximum of 19.5, warmer than June and more than three degrees above average. This also smashed the previous record in 2005 by almost half a degree.

The unseasonable warmth continued into the end of winter, with Sydney seeing its second warmest August on record. The dry conditions also persisted, with the total of 15mm only 18.7% of the monthly average.

However, overall winter still came in as wetter than usual, with the seasonal total of 364mm above the average of 310mm.

The warm conditions over winter were due to a significant lack of strong cold fronts, above average sea surface temperatures and a persistent region of high pressure.

Similar patterns are causing the warmth to continue into the start of spring.

Sydney has reached 22 degrees today, its warmest start to spring since 2010. The next five days are also forecast to reach at least 22 degrees, which would make it the warmest start to spring on record.

The above average temperatures are likely to persist at least into mid-spring with already a significant buildup of heat over the interior.

- Weatherzone

Weather News - Sydney's warmest winter on record

A big fat derp turd on his face.
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Old 09-01-2013, 07:39 AM
 
Location: Melbourne Australia
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A balmy 19c /66F at 11:30pm. Definitely feels like I live at a different latitude.
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