Originally posted by Osobad28
i live in michigan lol....this already happens here and no i will never get used to it
Originally posted by sirCyco
i dont know where you live in michigan but i lived in the U.P. try being a yupper for a while...i remeber once it was -70 below zero...we went sledding and it was so cold all of our sleds were cracking right down the middle...much fun indeed...marquette...well actually K.I. sawyer air force base but it was pretty close...very nice place though i enjoyed it very much..
Originally posted by pantha
apparently, so I heard the other night on the news, there is a 50/50 chance that the gulf stream will grind to a halt causing the uk to have 100 years of non stop winter.when it happens it will be quite abrupt. Time to stock up on the thermal undies.
Originally posted by Questor
I've been reading articles that suggest that you could wake up one morning with the sun shining with the weather being like summer until noon then suddenly shift to winter conditions like snowing for the rest of the day.
These sudden weather changes could become the norm.
Aside from the environmental consequences, could you live with it on a psychological/physical level?
If I had to, I think I could. I am already somewhat pre-conditioned to the changing seasons with blips in between.