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Old 11-13-2017, 05:19 PM
 
Location: Near the Coast SWCT
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How do you classify cold and warm?

This is how I classify warm and cold:
For me... daytime..

Summer:
Hide:100 F +
Torch:90-99 F
Hot:80-89 F
Warm:70-79F
Cool: Below 69 F

Winter:
Hot: Above 50 F
Warm: 40-50 F
Cool: 30-39 F
Nice: 20-35 F
Cold: 0-19 F
Freezing: Below 0F
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Old 11-13-2017, 05:44 PM
 
Location: Casca - Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
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(in terms of high temps)

SUMMER

Hot: 95ºF +
Warm: 85-95
Normal: 80-85
Cool: 75-80
Cold: 75 -

WINTER

Hot: 80 +
Warm: 70 - 80
Normal: 60 - 70
Cool: 55 - 60
Cold: 45 - 55
Antarctica is here: 45 -
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Old 12-09-2017, 05:25 AM
 
Location: Bidford-on-Avon, England
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Extreme heat: 40°C or above
Scorching: 30.5-39.9°C
Hot: 20.5-30.4°C
Warm: 15.5-20.4°C
Mild: 10.5-15.4°C
Chilly: 5.5-10.4°C
Cold: 0.1-5.4°C
Freezing: -9.9 to 0.0°C
Arctic: -25.9 to -10.0°C
Extreme cold: -26°C or below
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Old 12-30-2017, 02:26 AM
 
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Summer
WARM, 75F
AVERAGE, 50F
COOLER, 30F

Winter
WARM, 30F
AVERAGE, 5F
COOLER, -20F
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Old 05-14-2018, 07:20 AM
 
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So according to the Mpemba effect that warm water freezes faster than cold water is totally false!!!!!!!!!
Water can only freeze at or below 32 degrees fahrenheit.... Therefore ,,"warm" water has to become "cold" water
before it will freeze !! So the answer to the question "" which freezes faster warm water or cold water???
The answer is Cold water not Warm..... Warm water will Never Freeze !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-23-2018, 03:09 PM
 
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UK temps in South Central England
Winter
Below 0 . Extremely cold
0-5 c freezing

5-10 c cool
10 c + hot

Summer

4-10 c cold but that's the average night temp for summer
17 c normal summer high .
Cool
2-10 c cold
10-17 c very cool. Scotland and north England summer high .50s Farenheight

17-20 C comfortable. South UK summer average high. 60s Farenheight

21-25 C perfect warm

25-28 c very warm

28-32c hot

32 c- 38 c very hot

38c + extreme hot .

Temps in UK rarely get above 22 c in sum
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Old 07-23-2018, 03:51 PM
 
Location: Zagreb, Croatia
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July

Hot: above 28C (82f) (it's humid where I'm from)
Cold: below 14c (57f)


January

Hot: above 5C (41f)
Cold: (never complained about cold, but...) below -7C (19f)
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Old 07-23-2018, 05:10 PM
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Location: Sheffield, England
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UK temps in South Central England

Summer

4-10 c cold but that's the average night temp for summer
17 c normal summer high .

17-20 C comfortable. South UK summer average high. 60s Farenheight

Temps in UK rarely get above 22 c in sum
Total garbage. South Central England has average highs between 22-24°C in summer. 30°C is reached every year, at least a few times, with highs over 25°C being commonplace.

Only places in England getting average highs of 17-20°C in summer are highly elevated places such as the Peak District, or Lake District - which is nowhere near Southern England, incidentally.
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Old 07-25-2019, 11:11 AM
B87
 
Location: Surrey/London
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Originally Posted by Eman Resu VIII View Post
Total garbage. South Central England has average highs between 22-24°C in summer. 30°C is reached every year, at least a few times, with highs over 25°C being commonplace.

Only places in England getting average highs of 17-20°C in summer are highly elevated places such as the Peak District, or Lake District - which is nowhere near Southern England, incidentally.
That troll post was one of the most retarded I've ever seen. 17-20c highs and 4-10c lows in S England in summer? LOL

Why are the last few posts all from accounts with barely any posts, why would a troll make accounts to target this particular thread? They remind me a bit of the mentally lacking parallel universe poster from a few years ago.

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Old 07-29-2019, 04:12 PM
 
Location: Cork, Ireland
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Super hot: 38/100+
Very hot: 32/90 - 38/100
Hot: 26/79 - 32/90
Very warm/pleasantly hot: 23/74 - 26/79
Warm: 18/64 - 23/74
Mild: 12/54 - 18/64
Cool: 8/46 - 12/54
Fairly cold: 3/37 - 8/46
Moderately cold: -3/27 - 3/37
Very cold: -9/16 - -3/27
Super cold: -18/0 - -9/16
Extremely cold: -29/-20 - -18/0
Stupidly cold: -40/-40 - -29/-20
“Why do people live here” cold: below -40/-40
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