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Old 10-28-2017, 03:41 PM
 
Location: Valley Stream, NY
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Which climate is better in your opinion? Which climate would you rather live in and why? The unvaried climate of Auckland with really mild winters and really cool summers where it is 55 F in winter and 70 F in summer, or Chicago with really cold winters of 15 F and hot summers of 85 F?
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Old 10-28-2017, 03:44 PM
 
Location: Wellington and North of South
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Which climate is better in your opinion? Which climate would you rather live in and why? The unvaried climate of Auckland with really mild winters and really cool summers where it is 55 F in winter and 70 F in summer, or Chicago with really cold winters of 15 F and hot summers of 85 F?
You have a muddle of mean maxima and daily means there ...
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Old 10-28-2017, 03:48 PM
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Location: Surrey/London
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Where's the poll? Seems like a standard wavehunter climate battle when it doesn't include a poll.

Auckland has 59F highs in July and 75F highs in February. It pisses all over Chicago.
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:01 PM
 
Location: Valley Stream, NY
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You have a muddle of mean maxima and daily means there ...
No I don't I have the correct temperatures both cities get in their coldest and hottest months.
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:19 PM
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No I don't I have the correct temperatures both cities get in their coldest and hottest months.
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The unvaried climate of Auckland where it is 55 F in winter and 70 F in summer
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:28 PM
 
Location: Valley Stream, NY
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Are you smart enough to realize that there is more than one weather website, not just wikipedia which anyone can edit. I looked at another website which is more likely to be accurate as it is not wikipedia and only professionals and scientists can edit it. 55 and 59 is basically 13 and 15 2 c of a difference, same with 70 and 75 it is 21 and 24, I still think my websites accu, weather history etc are more accurate than wikipedia as anyone can edit it, I think you may have OCD as you are starting to annoy me with your so called fake corrections when I am right, there is more than one weather website you know and the temps differ not by much but still differ.
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:45 PM
 
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Are you smart enough to realize that there is more than one weather website, not just wikipedia which anyone can edit. I looked at another website which is more likely to be accurate as it is not wikipedia and only professionals and scientists can edit it. 55 and 59 is basically 13 and 15 2 c of a difference, same with 70 and 75 it is 21 and 24, I still think my websites accu, weather history etc are more accurate than wikipedia as anyone can edit it, I think you may have OCD as you are starting to annoy me with your so called fake corrections when I am right, there is more than one weather website you know and the temps differ not by much but still differ.
Those statistics are from NIWA, which record the climate data in NZ and are the most reliable.
How are his corrections fake when your the one getting inacurrate data and saying he is wrong.

Also, imo 21C and 24C is a relatively big difference I would say. That's the difference between relatively cool crummers and half decent temperatures.
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:46 PM
 
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Also, Auckland. Chicago is far too cold in winter.
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:51 PM
 
Location: Wellington and North of South
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Are you smart enough to realize that there is more than one weather website, not just wikipedia which anyone can edit. I looked at another website which is more likely to be accurate as it is not wikipedia and only professionals and scientists can edit it. 55 and 59 is basically 13 and 15 2 c of a difference, same with 70 and 75 it is 21 and 24, I still think my websites accu, weather history etc are more accurate than wikipedia as anyone can edit it, I think you may have OCD as you are starting to annoy me with your so called fake corrections when I am right, there is more than one weather website you know and the temps differ not by much but still differ.
You are simply dead wrong. From the official 1981-2010 NIWA averages (I have all this data, so don't waste your time arguing):

February mean Tmaxs at Auckland localities: North Shore ARC 24.0C, Henderson 25.6C, Albert Park 24.2C, Aero 24.1C. These all exceed 75F, and citing 70F is ridiculous. For midwinter (July) their values are 15.2C, 15.3C, 14.9C and 14.3c - so 3 around the 59F mark and one about 57.8F. 55F is just plain wrong.

No shortage on this forum of clowns peddling "alternative facts".
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Old 10-28-2017, 04:52 PM
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Also, imo 21C and 24C is a relatively big difference I would say. That's the difference between relatively cool crummers and half decent temperatures.
That would be like the difference between July highs in Leeds, London and Nice. You wouldn't consider them to have similar temperatures.
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