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Can you sum up the weather where you live in just five words?

Asked by erichw1504 (26331 points ) March 31st, 2011

Ah, the weather. Always a hot topic anywhere you go.

Hate it or love it, can you sum up the weather in your area with just five words? Give it some thought, creativity, and meaning. Let us know what to expect if we ever pass by.

Name the town, city, state, whatever then give a summary in five words.

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erichw1504's avatar

Southwestern Illinois: tornado warning once a week…

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

NE Ohio : erratic, extreme, and always humid.

@erichw1504 no lie, that is exactly what I was going to say.

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

It is 35 where I live.

GracieT's avatar

Hopefully you’ll let contractions count as one word:
Central Ohio- don’t like weather? It’ll change!

the100thmonkey's avatar

Kyushu, Japan: summers are humid; winters dry.

12Oaks's avatar

Chicagoland. Unseasonably cool this past decade.

jballzz's avatar

Cranston, Rhode Island. The most bipolar weather ever.

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

@GracieT I love that, we say that all the time around here. So true.

bobbinhood's avatar

Holy crap! That’s a list and a half of topics!

I’m about to move to Montana. There, it’s: often cold but always unpredictable.

erichw1504's avatar

@EVERYONE, just to let you know it can be a summarization of your current weather or how it generally is year round.

erichw1504's avatar

@bobbinhood That’s how I roll.

Rarebear's avatar

Wet season, dry season yearly.

San Francisco Bay Area.

thorninmud's avatar

Chicago

Spring, Summer, Fall, WINTER WINTER

cak's avatar

N Carolina: cold, chilly, wet, confused!

erichw1504's avatar

@thorninmud Yeah, your city’s name has been dropped quite a few times on the Weather Channel this past Winter.

Jay484's avatar

South Western Ontario. Snow snow, more snow

RareDenver's avatar

Yorkshire, England: Grey, damp, occasional bright spells.

marinelife's avatar

Spring flowers, rain and cold.

theninth's avatar

Baltimore, Maryland: often damp—rain, snow, humidity.

ucme's avatar

Freezes balls off brass monkeys.

Aster's avatar

East Texas: boiling summer winter spring summer.

jellyfish3232's avatar

New England: Why won’t the snow stop?

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Eastern North Carolina—Too dry then too wet.

zenvelo's avatar

San Francisco

Sunny, early morning coastal fog.

downtide's avatar

Rain, rain, more bloody rain!

flutherother's avatar

Central Scotland Rain, sun, rain, wind, rain

Seelix's avatar

Northern Ontario: Snow for 6 months. Yup.

Toronto: This isn’t real winter. Wimps.

Jay484's avatar

@Seelix try comming down to aylmer our school were closed for 4 day bc of that big storm we got a while ago :D

SpatzieLover's avatar

SE Wisconsin:
Everyday can be any season.
it can literally be 32, go up to 80 and drop to 40. we keep jackets in our car

Seelix's avatar

@Jay484 – Oh, for sure, there’s snow in Southern Ontario, just not in downtown TO. I’m right smack in the middle of downtown, and it’s honestly hilarious to watch the Bay Street people freak out about walking in 2 cm of snow on the sidewalk :)

This Sudbury girl is no slouch when it comes to real winter!

Jay484's avatar

@Seelix lol that would be funny to see. its just last week i got fed up with the snow when it was 12 dregees out and i woke up the next moring with snow on the ground! i was pissed

janbb's avatar

Central New Jersey:

Not as bad as elsewhere.

miki's avatar

Right now, it really sucks.

tinyfaery's avatar

“Los Angeles. Sunny. Seventy two.” If you can name that quote I will give you lurve.

DominicX's avatar

Bay Area (specifically the western area):
Warm summers, rainy winters. Temperate.

tinyfaery's avatar

Nope. Think a few years earlier

PhiNotPi's avatar

South Carolina: Our weather is very… indifferent.

erichw1504's avatar

It’s always sunny in Philadelphia.

12Oaks's avatar

@tinyfaery We Built This City by Starship.

tinyfaery's avatar

Nope. It’s a movie.

Dr_Dredd's avatar

Upstate NY: Weather is too damn cold!

(When saying that, picture the guy from the “Rent is too damn high!” political party.)

SpatzieLover's avatar

@tinyfaery L.A. Story

If it’s not that, I know I’ve seen it

Wait, It has to be!!!

tinyfaery's avatar

@SpatzieLover for the win. I LOVE that movie.

janbb's avatar

@Dr_Dredd I love the “Rent is Too Damn High” guy!

SpatzieLover's avatar

@tinyfaery So do I…it took me a while to remember which of my fav comedic actors performed as a weatherman ;)

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Fancy name for hell’s gateway.

Jude's avatar

Chilly, but, from my window, I can see the sun setting over the river.

filmfann's avatar

Concord, California Spring is finally fucking here.

Bellatrix's avatar

Beautiful, idyllic, mostly reliable, boring.

philosopher's avatar

Cold, damp, lousy, not like Spring.

Jude's avatar

lol. Obviously, I didn’t read the question thoroughly.

Chilly, bring on the sexytime.

perspicacious's avatar

Now it is:
cool, cloudy, overcast, normal Springtime

Eastern Washington

Meego's avatar

4 seasons. unpredictable. extreme. continental.
Southwestern Ontario

Bellatrix's avatar

Like you @Jude, I didn’t read the question properly either.

Queensland, Idyllic, two seasons, bit boring.

(possibly only boring to me because I miss @Meego‘s four seasons).

Brian1946's avatar

@Seelix

“Northern Ontario: Snow for 6 months.”

Is that usually from about early November to early May?

Brian1946's avatar

Los Angeles, CA: Mild “winters” and incendiary summers!

Harold's avatar

Sydney Australia- “Best weather in the world”

Haleth's avatar

Washington, DC: “wintry mix,” ninety percent humidity

Or as a haiku:
Snowmageddon, nine hours in traffic
Cherry blossom tourists, fanny packs and jorts
Wilting heat, bus lacks AC

linguaphile's avatar

Minnesota:
Snow, snow, snow, mud, skeeters. or
Blink! Was that just summer?

philosopher's avatar

Frequent Participation.

Coloma's avatar

Cold, warm, HOT, rain, snow. The whole shebang!

DarlingRhadamanthus's avatar

West of London, East of Wales: Wet, damp usually. But a great and gorgeous spring this year. Daffys are blooming, crop circles are forming, rape fields are ablaze in yellow, all’s right with the world. :)

Rape Field (not my photos, by the way): link
Crop Circle 2011:link

Coloma's avatar

@DarlingRhadamanthus

Gorgeous, I love our springs here, by summers can get blazing hot.
Should I say ‘bloody’ hot. haha

I used to tell my ex-husband who had a receding hairline that his crop circle was widening. lol
Nice nights though. :-)

Meego's avatar

Hmmm is that crop circle a sign of an up and coming biohazard? Or a really cute bear? Great now were fcuked either way! A series of unfortunate events unfolds 

DarlingRhadamanthus's avatar

@Coloma….LOL! Thanks for the giggle for the day…!

@Meego,...Well I’ll just say this…a bit of preparation is always a good thing. Look at the people of Joplin, totally blindsided. They may not have been able to prevent what happened, but some emergency supplies on hand are always good to have. I’ve been through some natural disasters and so I’ve learned the heard way.

john65pennington's avatar

NEEDED: TWO SHOWERS A DAY!

Coloma's avatar

Today it is HOT!

98 predicted.

The nights have been awesome though, the summer star gazing is just awesome up here! :-)

Yetanotheruser's avatar

Aurora, CO: If it’s not good, wait.

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