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#258560 9-Oct-2019 21:19
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Random question:

 

What's the hottest and coldest weather you've ever lived through?

 

My hottest was 37°C in May 2009, and coldest was -10°C in March 2013. Both times I was in the United States on holiday (summer for the former, winter - and heavy snow - for the latter).

 

Care to share? :)


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  #2333563 9-Oct-2019 21:22
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High 30s with close to 100% humidity

 

-15

 

Both in Korea





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  #2333564 9-Oct-2019 21:23
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42 with near 100% humidity in Chaing Mai, Thailand, on my honeymoon. It felt pretty warm. Nothing really cold.


 
 
 
 


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  #2333565 9-Oct-2019 21:24
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44 in Dubai and about -6 up one of the mountains n New Zealand

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  #2333567 9-Oct-2019 21:27
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Mid 40s (daily) in Dubai. Around -3 in Germany.


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  #2333568 9-Oct-2019 21:28
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~53 degrees C in central Arizona in the late summer, was beautifully blue and clear but man it felt like I was in an oven... 


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  #2333569 9-Oct-2019 21:29
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36° with very high humidity where I lived in Fukushima, Japan, and -15° with gale force winds surrounded by snow monsters in Yamagata, also in Japan.


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  #2333570 9-Oct-2019 21:31
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45+ in Crete, and -26 in Sweden

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2333574 9-Oct-2019 21:56
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I did a wildlife photography trip in Canada in winter and was out working in -46 C.

 

 

 

Hottest is probably the UAE at somewhere around 42C. 

 

 

 

Of the two, I would rather be in the Canadian option!






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  #2333594 9-Oct-2019 23:06
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40+ Europe and aus
Around -40 in Russia, that's when you walk out on the street and it's hard do breath and open eyes :) but after few minutes you don't care. Haha





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  #2333596 9-Oct-2019 23:23
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+40 Williams Creek Oz. Also Mohave Desert. -40 Great Plains USA. 

 

 





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  #2333629 10-Oct-2019 07:48
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Would you believe my hottest was in NZ. Yes 42 C during a heatwave in Chch early 70, s I think. School sent everyone home.




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  #2333631 10-Oct-2019 08:01
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45 C in the Sahara with 0% humidity, didnt sweat so was fine. the most uncomfortable i have been is 35 C and 100 % humidity in the Chitwan National park in Nepal, that was brutal.





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  #2333632 10-Oct-2019 08:01
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Wellington, that's it.

 

 

 

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  #2333645 10-Oct-2019 08:19
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+44 in Dubai and -26 in Kansas City, USA for me.


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  #2333661 10-Oct-2019 08:53
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Living in the Netherlands back in he 70s, I was about 10 I think, I recall the temperature dropping by about 7 degrees in the space of an hour from just above freezing to below.

 

It had been and was  raining and that turned to a layer of ice which actually allowed us to go iceskating on the footpath.





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