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2005\09\19@185951 by Jinx

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The site of NZ-er Ken Ring, an apparently well-regarded
and pretty accurate (>85% success rate) long-range forecaster

http://www.predictweather.com/

His essay on Enron and their contribution to (and based on
this essay you could even say their creation of) the issue of
Global Warming and the Chicken Little Syndrome makes
interesting reading

2005\09\20@023208 by Vasile Surducan

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Viewing the Euronews weather, it seems 15C it's a little bit too high
for a NZ winter (or spring ?). You may be happy compared with Spain
where didn'r rain almost of all this year or with Romania where rain
till flood.
Not talking about Katrina or Andrew in 92.

cheers,
Vasile

On 9/20/05, Jinx <spam_OUTjoecolquittTakeThisOuTspamclear.net.nz> wrote:
> The site of NZ-er Ken Ring, an apparently well-regarded
> and pretty accurate (>85% success rate) long-range forecaster
>
> http://www.predictweather.com/
>
> His essay on Enron and their contribution to (and based on
> this essay you could even say their creation of) the issue of
> Global Warming and the Chicken Little Syndrome makes
> interesting reading
>
> -

2005\09\20@041135 by Jinx

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> Viewing the Euronews weather, it seems 15C it's a little bit too
> high for a NZ winter (or spring ?)

You'll be pleased to learn that corrective measures have been
taken. Check out the weather now ;-) I'm back in mittens, hat
and woolly jumper

2005\09\20@044148 by Russell McMahon

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> Viewing the Euronews weather, it seems 15C it's a little bit too
> high
> for a NZ winter (or spring ?).

It's Spring here - hopefully that's not a surprise to those in the
other hemisphere :-)

15C is about right these. days, until the last day or so. we've had a
sufdden very cold spell (hail yesterday and a lightning strike withing
a few hundred metres of my house) but largely the weather seems much
better than average for this early in Spring.

       RM


2005\09\20@092546 by John Ferrell

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Another 32C/50% humidity day in North Carolina. Another good day to stay
indoors!

John Ferrell
http://DixieNC.US

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2005\09\20@094803 by Paul James E.

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John,

I wish we could have a day like that.   Here in Houston, the humidity is
currently about 87%, the temperature is currently 78F with an expected
high near 100, and a lowly 3 mph wind from the northeast.  So your bad
day there sound wonderful here.  

I'm glad my job is in an air conditioned building, and I live in an air
conditioned house, with an air conditiond car to go between the two.

And just a bit of trivia....Houston is the most air conditioned city in
the US.

Stay cool.

Regards, Jim




> Another 32C/50% humidity day in North Carolina. Another good day to
> stay  indoors!
>
> John Ferrell
> http://DixieNC.US
>
> {Original Message removed}

2005\09\20@122739 by John Ferrell

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I am not really complaining. This is the worst of our weather. It usually
ends in August, but it continues this year. The bad news is that I have to
hide from it, the good news is that I can hide from it!

John Ferrell
http://DixieNC.US

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