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View Poll Results: Climate Battle: Rivadavia vs. Monterrey
Rivadavia 6 54.55%
Monterrey 5 45.45%
Voters: 11. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 12-03-2012, 07:26 PM
Location: In transition
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I thought this would be an interesting one....
which of these semi arid climates would you choose?
I think I'll go for Rivadavia due to it having the nicer winter

Rivadavia, Salta - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Monterrey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Old 12-03-2012, 07:33 PM
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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omg those two climates are AWFUL!!!!!! vomit

that Rivadavia place is insane!!! 33,34,35 and 36 average high for ALL THOSE MONTHS!

Basically rivadavia has 7 MONTHS!!!! with higher temps than the hottest month in BA! And hottest month in BA is already waaaay above a summer i could take. OMG its awful!! 7 month of unbelievably unlivable hotness and 5 months of just plain hot weather. wtf?
And Monterrey is also horrible, but a bit ""cooler"" than Rivadavia, so it takes my vote.

Both climates are F- climates, though.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:03 PM
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Both are F, but perhaps Monterrey is F- due to lower winter highs (barely).

Summers in both places are too much.

BTW, deneb, when I first read "Rivadavia" on the thread title, I thought "which one of the two?", because there is at least another Rivadavia in the province of Buenos Aires, with a much better climate from my perspective and worse from yours.
Ah, yes, and there's still another Rivadavia in the province of Mendoza. :P It's like Springfield in the US, haha.
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:11 PM
Location: Las Cruces NM
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The summer lows are lower in Rivadavia, but those both sound rather similar: steamy places in summer and either can hit 100F even in winter. That's crazy.

Rivadavia = F
Monterrey = F-

In comparison, where I live in Las Cruces NM, it's an B+ to A-, nearby Albuquerque and El Paso are B+, and Silver City and Ruidoso are both A. We're lucky!
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:19 PM
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Rivadavia 25/100
Monterrey 20/100
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Old 04-09-2017, 10:54 PM
Location: Seoul
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There is no guey I'm picked Monterrey. Rivadavia for me
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