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Winter in Joburg where I live, Summer in Crawley (Sussex, England) where I grew up.... one hour time difference so early morning in both places.


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Saw a news item saying that they may get snow in the mountains of Scotland. This global warming thing is really getting out of hand, eh.
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And now it's early afternoon, a nice sunny low 20s C here in winter


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Crawley is some six degrees north of the latitude of St Johns, Nova Scotia, a place not noted for its balmy climate.

Crawley is doing quite nicely, I'd say.
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Crawley is some six degrees north of the latitude of St Johns, Nova Scotia, a place not noted for its balmy climate.

Crawley is doing quite nicely, I'd say.
Not today though.


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Here is Florence, Italy. Usually, on august, we had in the past years temperatures of about 35/38°C (sometimes 38/40) with 20/24 at night (sometimes 18/20).
Yeasterday was 13/28!!! Totally mad!

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here in Adelaide, South Australia, it has been f.cold!!!

When I lived up in the hills you expected it to drop below 0C, but not down in town!!!
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London had hail a week or so back, its the middle of summer.
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