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PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 6:33 pm
by Maatha
Catty Fay wrote:Freezing cold in Turkey?!


well, not freezing cold of course.. like 10C here and very windy so it seems cold for the people who live in Istanbul. But now it's all sunny, i love my town when it's sunny and hot:D

PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:31 pm
by Catty Fay
modeberry wrote:I did know that, and sometimes it feels like we are heading for another one! :rolleyes:


Another version is - the two poles are going to exchange their places. I mean the North and South. Might be true, who knows? :rolleyes:

And I've noticed that seasons are a bit late according to the calendar (in the NW of Russia at least): for example I see it is April today, but it feels like March. It was December, but seemed to be still November (very warm and no snow!); the same was in September - warm and hot days, with no clouds and rain - it surely must have been August... and so on... Can anybody explain that to me?!

PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:36 pm
by Catty Fay
Maatha wrote:well, not freezing cold of course.. like 10C here and very windy so it seems cold for the people who live in Istanbul. But now it's all sunny, i love my town when it's sunny and hot:D

I didn't mean snow by asking of course :) I just can't believe that somewhere near the Black sea the weather is not any different from what we're having here, near the Baltic sea!

PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 7:43 pm
by DolnaM
Catty Fay wrote:Another version is - the two poles are going to exchange their places. I mean the North and South. Might be true, who knows? :rolleyes:

And I've noticed that seasons are a bit late according to the calendar (in the NW of Russia at least): for example I see it is April today, but it feels like March. It was December, but seemed to be still November (very warm and no snow!); the same was in September - warm and hot days, with no clouds and rain - it surely must have been August... and so on... Can anybody explain that to me?!


I noticed that too. Here in December we still have 15-20C (50-60F)degree weathers that is otherwise unusually warm. I don't have to turn on the furnice in December! Winter does not start until January now...

PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 4:51 am
by Sindarin Rune
A drastic change! The last two days, simply gorgeous!
Today, very very windy and with a cold wind, but sunny.

Now, light showers and wind. The last two (2) days were absolutely beautiful. Too weird for words...

I can SIMPLY REPEAT MYSELF...

PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:04 am
by Ine
Ine wrote:ABout the weather now, let me put it this way: *clearing throat... TO THE TUNE OF "Love is all around"*: "I'm freezing in my fingers, I'm freeszing in my toes...":rolleyes: *:eek:*... yap:o
What's it good for??? GETTING UNDER A PILE OF BLANKETS!!:eek: :confused: :rolleyes:

Saaaaaaaame thing (worse actually...:rolleyes:)

GODD FOR SLEEPING!!!!! ;) *off to bed*

PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:17 am
by Pelicanito
Sindarin Rune wrote:I'm hoping you're thinking "New York City"???????????????;)


:eek: How did you know???? ;)

These past two days have been rainy, we have a break from heat. Now it's actually cool. :D
So I can go out and walk around or go see a movie... :D

PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 5:39 pm
by blackangel
Not too cold, sunny patches, snow showers come and go......
My tulips and narcissy are out :) spring is definetaly on its way!

PostPosted: Wed Apr 16, 2008 12:48 am
by bluedress74
Autumn has definately set in now. The sky is grey, the rain comes in patches and the trees a turning golden orange & browns (stunning). Temperature seems to hang around 20c a day, which is still very comfortable.