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Post by gardenfresh on May 14, 2013 8:45:36 GMT -5
Around this time last year, Accuweather was once again getting our hopes up... but it ended up being true. I think this week begins the week where we can sort of, kinda, not really, but kinda, rely on accuweather for a maybe--maybe-not-let's-hope kind of forecast!
I imagine like usual it will manage to be hot, cold, muddy, dusty, sunny, and rainy. It takes more than weather to shut me down though.
Absolutely right. No point fretting over the variation...it's the extremes you should be ready for. A little rain is nice, a little hot sun is nice, a few clouds are nice...but what you don't want to come in unprepared for is a four-day deluge, 104-degree heat with 100% humidity, a sandstorm, etc.
Post by klimfactor on May 14, 2013 15:10:13 GMT -5
I try not to follow the weather in that area until the last week. I've gotten my hopes up too many times in the past, when there were cooler temperatures around Manchester, only to see the temps seemingly spike the week of 'roo. That written, by visiting this thread I'm already not following my own advice.
Please tell me how a a solid week of thunderstorms before roo is a good sign?
To be honest i didn't even notice the rain but yes that means less dust. And a nice cold rain in the heat of the day sounds amazing.
No it doesn't. Have you ever been to a fest in where there was a cold rain in the middle of the day? That means you sit around wearing a garbage bag for a poncho pounding jack daniels to stay warm for two hours. Horrible things happen because of this.
Post by latinachica26 on May 15, 2013 4:33:33 GMT -5
I'm not worried about the weather because I'm thinking positively that this year will be awesome! I hate that I missed out on last year's weather but I'm feeling hopeful that despite what the forecast looks like right now (one month away) once we get to June 13th it will be great weather. Sorry to be cheezy but I'm thinking positively
Post by nickelspickles on May 15, 2013 7:41:43 GMT -5
I would much rather it be sweltering and unbearably hot than have even a drop of rain. I can take heat, but rain and clouds dampen my mood like no other. I'm almost scared that I won't have fun if there's even a few hours of overcast sky. I hate rain.