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Friday, January 27, 2006

Weather Forcast

It never rains in southern Califorinia! The rain in Spain is mainly in the plans! In the windy city, you can turn the corner four times and the wind will be in your face! If you don't like the weather stick around, it will change! How about Gene kelly Dancing in the Rain.

Mir ist kalt. I feel cold./I'm cold.
Ist es dir zu heiß? Do you feel too hot?/Are you too hot?
DATIVE PHRASES: Although it is okay to say "I'm hot/cold" in English, this is not the case in German. To express that you feel hot or cold in German, you use a dative pronoun (dir and mir in the examples above). The German says "to me it is hot" rather than "I am hot" — which means something like you are "in heat"!

Japanese Language
Simple Japanese Phrases
Genki o dashite.

Cheer up. The weather will soon change!

Whatever the season, it is wise to bring your umbrella and a windproof raincoat or jacket. You will do a lot of walking in St. Petersburg, so think carefully about footwear. Depending on the time of year, you will need warm boots with a non-slip sole, waterproof boots/shoes, comfortable sandals. In Winter it can get very cold outside, but hotels and homes are reasonably well heated, which makes it a good idea to dress in layers. In Spring it might be chilly at times, but in mid-May it gets warmer. You can wear shorts in Summer, though shorts might prevent you from entering churches. Bring a sweater or light jacket for those chilly evenings. It is in Autumn that you are most likely to use your umbrella and waterproof boots, though a Russian version of an Indian Summer (around mid-September) can be mild and fairly dry.

Sydney's climate is in its favour - the warmest months of December to February have an average maximum temperature of 26º Celsius. Being close to the ocean, hot days are often tempered by cooling sea breezes and evening temperatures are balmy - perfect for relaxed outdoor dining. June to August are the coolest months, with daytime temperatures rarely falling below 7º Celsius. Even on mid-winter days, with their bright blue, wide-open skies, an overcoat is usually not necessary in Sydney.
H 84°F - L 72°F

H 84°F - L 70°F

H 84°F - L 70°F

H 84°F - L 70°F

Hum... I wonder how the golf courses are in Sydney? Point being my friends as the Hipy Dippie Weather Man use to say " Todays Weather is realy depending on where you live"! Have a wonderful day regardless of the weather, "Stick Around It Will Change"!

Thought for the day, my grandpa use to say son, take care of the live stock, they get hungery regardless of the WEATHER!


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