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  1. North American Weather (U.S.A & Canada)

    Coops - you have just basically summarised, weather wise, the main reason why i hope to reside in that part of the world one day Like many, im a fan of weather extremes - that is just fantastic Real winters, proper summers - like they should be http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/cool.gif
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    Roger, nice updates with regards to conditions over the big pond, as always. Just watching a repeat of the NYG GB game on Sky Sports, and boy does it look cold - something that most of cannot particulary comprehend until it is fully experienced at first hand Temps like that are to many of us, as i say, in comprehensible - think that lowest temps i have experienced was across in NY a couple of years back, Nov 06 or Feb 07 if i remember rightly - absolute dumping had just occurred around the state, remember flying into JFK and admiring the sites below of snow covered plains, but thinking that maybe my suitcase isnt as prepared as maybe it should have been Always find it difficult to play any outdoor sports in any temps below around 3/4 degrees celcius, breathing wise, so the players in the game have my utmost respect
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    Just a note guys regarding this thread - really enjoy the constant updates, the continuous posts relating to copious amounts of cold, then blistering heat really does keep me hooked - probably my love of the extremes which leads me to think i will one day end up living out in the NE USA. Gents/Gentesses , based on past experiences, at what point would you say that the seasons 'turn', noticeably, based on observations only? Obviously there are the official meterological dates regarding when one 'season' transfers to the next - but as i say, based on experiences, do these dates actually relate loosely to the 'realfeel' change in conditions? Is there a trend whereby you expect a certain weather to deliver around a certain date? Is this failry reliable? Hope this makes sense http://nwstatic.co.uk/forum/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif , quite hard to portray what is meant... As mentioned - Is one of the best threds on here - Keep it up eh
  4. North American Weather (U.S.A & Canada)

    Bit warm on the old eastern seaboard at the mo?
  5. North American Weather (U.S.A & Canada)

    Some decent warmth progged for the NY area this coming week?
  6. North American Weather (U.S.A & Canada)

    Hopefully - got a flight landing at Friday lunchtime at JFK Any updates, whether forecast or real time, muchio appreciatedio !!
  7. North American Weather (U.S.A & Canada)

    Evening WF - im a frequent and interested reader of this particular thread on NW - much appreciated are your often updates! Im annually in the NYC area annually, merely for pleasure, but guessing which type of weather to expect across the pond is half of the pre work in my opinion! I read with interest the details about the possible event next week in the NYC area? Im there between 15/02 & 20/02 next week, this storm, if it does turn out to be a direct hit for the NYC, it forecast to be something to keep an eye on? cheers