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    How's the weather ?



    Well it's currently 39.5 in Melbourne, Australia, and tomorrows forecast is another scorcher of 41 degrees.

    Am l feeling hot and bothered ? YOU BETCHA !


    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    Weeelll... tis 62 degrees Fahrenheit here ...the air is moist....

    ..a sticky sweatyness prevails ...

    Me? Hot and bothered? ..perhaps...

    ..the fan chills the perspiration making goosebumps all over...

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    The Melbourne weather bureau has predicted a maximum temperature of 43 degrees Celsius.

    Even with air conditioning, it?s bloody hard escaping this dreadful heatwave.

    ~Elizabeth
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    I'm in Vancouver....and it's raining again.

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    I'm in South Wales and it's dry and hot here.

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    Well it could be -35C, but it's not, so I'm not complaining. I would be complaining if it was 35C above though. Ick. I don't like the heat. Of course I don't like -35C either. LOL
    For what do we live, but to make sport for our neighbours and laugh at them in our turn. Jane Austen

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    It?s blooming windy today in Melbourne. I?v had to tie back standard and weeping roses so they don?t snap in the winds. Living by the beach, there is very little protection against gusty winds, and l?v lost many plants due to the weather.

    ~Elizabeth :(
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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    I got wet today for 7.3 secs

    Was it good? Ya betcha, just needed a racket like Newcombe's and it would of looked like i'd won the open.

    Hey Elizabeth! Hi :smt023 you should plant those roses in the Domain Tunnel cause they the only *insert your own swear word here* allowed water, all 12 million liters a day.
    Cheers

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    Fortunately, the unseasonable heat wave that we suffered through in January has finally ended. Record high temps were achieved throughout the month. Now things are back to normal, with temps in the -4 to -12 range, much more bearable than a sweltering 8 or 12.
    Stanley Tweedle is a god, a warrior, and a gent

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    The weather?s gone balmy.

    My Easter daisy?s have been flowering throughout summer (three months early), my Tropical Hibiscus has been in flowering in winter instead of summer, and my chrysanthemums have been flowering all year round, as have most of my roses.

    Don?t get me wrong, I?m loving all these beautiful blooms?l?m just a tad baffled. :smt101

    ~Elizabeth
    a myriad of roses, a symphony of fragrances

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