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summer weather that is, today the temperature topped over 41C, over 105F. I didn't move out of the air-conditioned house all day.
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Biagio just pmed me from South Africa and he says it's quite warm there too.

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Of course, it's summer time below the equator. Odd to have Christmas and have that kind of weather. We have had lots of rain here in the south. More late next week. I'll either stock the yard with catfish or plant rice.
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Well it just cooled off here about 14C since yesterday . It’s a balmy -10C this morning .
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Thanks Harry
I live in Victoria and the weather you have arrives here after few days.
Gives me time to crank up the air conditioner.
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Fairly similar to our weather in NSW John. WE are expecting 38C on Christmas day,which is about normal & will be 3 or 4 days after Harry's experienced a hot day in Perth,WA.

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Nice to have summer, but, I prefer the colder weather than the 41C. You can add layers to keep warm, but you can only take off so many layers to stay cool until you get arrested LOL. I hear the Carolinas have a very nice climate with not so cold temperatures. I love the temps in B.C. but too much rain. There is something to be said about having snow for Christmas, now if we can figure a way to melt it on Boxing Day !
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Fairly similar to our weather in NSW John. WE are expecting 38C on Christmas day,which is about normal & will be 3 or 4 days after Harry's experienced a hot day in Perth,WA.
What about the tennis ball sized hail that Sydney has been having James?

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We may have a green Christmas here. The forecast is a 60 percent chance of flurries but with a +1C high that might not amount to much.

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I hear the Carolinas have a very nice climate with not so cold temperatures.
Don't kid yourself. I lived in Salisbury, NC which is in the middle of NC. My parents lived in Reading. PA. It was 22 in NC, and 32 in PA. We didn't get a lot of snow but I have 35mm slides of an ice storm, about 1973- trees looked like Swarovski crystal. SC might be a better candidate except for the western mountains.
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