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Greg Nel 11-27-2011 06:57 AM

Weather crises!
 
Guys i was just wondering what type of weather you experiencing around the States and UK. This is our summer and temps in my area of SA should be around 35 C to 40 C (about 95 F to 105 F) yet we cold as sin every second day and even having snow in areas a short distance away. This throws me out completely as this time of year I pack away heating lamps etc and worry about cooling not heating.
Are you experiencing similar unusual weather? Our snakes must be just as confused.

DBG 11-27-2011 04:16 PM

I live in the Rocky Mountains. It's been an unusually cooler than normal and wet weather. Generally we have several days of 100 degrees or highre but this year we had but 2 days like this. It can be in the 90's for the most part during the summer. Winters are rather dry. This would be my 2nd winter with a different snake so I'm not sure how to respond here. Since I keep Storm inside the house this is not much of an issue. Since the house is relatively the same temp regarldess of season.

lovesnuffles 11-27-2011 06:35 PM

I live in Louisiana, which is South USA, and here ... Well ... It's typical Louisiana weather ... We're always screwy :/ It's 80 degrees F one day, then 34 degrees F the next, then 89 degrees F the next, then 78 the next, then 40 the next and so on lol. Our weather can never make up its mind ...

DodoBird27 11-27-2011 07:59 PM

Pretty normal here in northern California. It's been in the 50s and 60s recently during the day, which is typical for November around here. Just got back from southern California yesterday and they had perfect 75 degree weather, I'm jealous!

WiccanWolf88 11-27-2011 09:28 PM

Here in Buffalo, NY area its been unseasonably warm this past week, about 50-60 degrees. Usually we have snow by now. We keep the house at 65 degrees year around, so Lucy has to have heat lamps on at all times.

Greg Nel 11-28-2011 11:23 AM

Thanks. People all over are mentioning weather changes that are quite noticable. Australia and SA are the most affected. By now we swimming and tanning but its still jackets and jerseys.

tmmpin 11-28-2011 12:21 PM

Here in Indiana its been a few degrees warmer then avg. We done had all the rain we need for one year. I think the last I heard we were 20 in above normal.

raptor667 11-28-2011 02:37 PM

We just tend to get 'weather' , we don't know who's weather we are getting because it changes so frequently we have no idea what to expect. This time last year we were in he coldest November in 25 years and this year it's been really mild. It makes no sense.

The only way to forecast the weather here and be accurate is to look out the window...and 1/2 the time your still wrong....lol

DennyS 11-28-2011 04:59 PM

Here in Maryland (east coast) we have had a bitter cold spell followed by a warm end of November. We already had our first snow! really weird!

DBG 11-28-2011 05:45 PM

Hey Denny!

How'd the snakes handle the earthquake earlier this year? Just kinda curious how these friends of ours behave if you noticed anything?

Darran


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