posted on Nov, 28 2011 @ 09:55 PM
In New York City, USA it reached a high of 72 degrees fahrenheit today (52 degrees for the low). This time of year, the average high/low temps are 41
and 30 respectively. I don't want this to be just another thread about global warming, weather modification, etc. as I don't think there's any
denying that "something" has severely changed weather patterns in most parts of the world. Instead, I want to use it as a collection of information
from whomever wants to participate. Hopefully we can compile some real time data from around the globe.
If interested, list where you're located (city - state (if applicable) - and country) and what the high/low temperature was in your area today,
11/28/2011. Then, if you're feeling really ambitious, Google to see what the typical temperate is in your area this time of year; I used December
temps so there are bound to be some variables but it should be close enough.
If there are enough participants, I'll make a master list at the end of the week and we can see just how much the weather is off balance (or not)
around the world. Don't worry about converting it from fahrenheit to celsius or vice versa - I'll do that on the list at the end of the week.
So here's the first entry: New York, NY, USA - 11/28/2011 - 72/52 F (22.2/11.1 C) and typical 41/30 F (5/-1.1 C)
edit on Tue Nov 29 2011 by
DontTreadOnMe because: wtf is not appropriate in a title