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Now, all this is a wee bit disconcerting as I live in a rain forest, and right now it's supposed to be pouring buckets.
How's the weather been where you are? Normal or Not so normal?
Definitely not so normal. We've had the coldest, wettest November in years *pout* It's supposed to be summer here in New Zealand and I'm still wearing slippers. To be fair we've had two days of sunshine, in the last three months. It's not supposed to get better any time soon either.
Yet Australia, not so far away, has been having a drought with incredibly hot temperatures.
(Just as well though, since we'll be needing to put a new engine in the car this weekend, and the donor vehicle is parked outdoors... it's always a bad sign when your engine oil looks like mayonaisse.)
On top of all this I can no longer fantasize about moving to New Zealand if things get totally whacked. We is hooped globally. Odd sense of coziness o'er comes me at the thought. Like lying down in a snow drift.
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Mad downpours a few weeks back though.
Weather has been strange though. 35 degrees one day, 70 the next. Gotta love it.
I, among so many other things, work part time as a supervisor at a local mountain (Grouse, for those who know Van) and we were talking worst case scenario just today.
It's got to snow soon, I can't remember not having snow through Christmas on the mountains.
New Snow Last 24hrs : 0cm
New Snow Last 48hrs : 0cm
Mid Mtn Base : 0cm
Runs : 0 of 50 Runs
It's supposed to be summer here in New Zealand and I'm still wearing slippers
I take it all back. The past week has been hot and sunny and humid and just plain summery. I've ditched the slippers and broken out my sandals. We've already had more heat and sunshine than I remember from all of last summer (which sucked). There's nothing like a cold milkshake after a hot morning's Christmas shopping.
So I'm happy :-D