Hierarchies of weather

bad theory I’m afraid, you expend loads of energy to warm up, the human body actively resists it

I’d rather be cold than hot. It’s also far easier to correct the situation.

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Got to check your temperate climate privilege a bit there, but I do broadly agree - for most of us posting in the UK it’s much easier to whack a sweater on than it is to somehow shed four degrees of heat.

When I get cold my hands and feet cramp, which is painful so I’m not really a fan.

Was wondering where the weather here today fits into Bam’s list: overcast, but not too grey, still, damp, autumnal. Up the top of the list for me though whatever.

[Edit: sun has literally just come out for the first time today.]

it’s bad here right now, some rain, pretty grey. It’s not a good day

Yeah when I went out earlier there was quite a bit of dampness in the air, but not really raining. It was seriously nice to be out in though. Proper autumn in nature stuff.

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it’s a good smell around this time of year, mulchy wet leaves

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I see that, I broke my metatarsal a few years back and ever since my foot cramps in the cold.

But I get hot very easily and can happily just wear a t-shirt or thin fleece all year round.

Type of weather hierarchy
Sunny
Rainbow weather
Just snowed
Frosty
Cloudy
Rainy (the heavier the worse)
Snowy but not fresh snow
Hail
Sleet
Icy

Tenperature hierarchy
High 20s
Low 30s
Low 20s
10-20
High 30s
0-10
-5-0
Then obviously anything over 40 or under -5 is unfit for human habitation

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Didn’t realise a hierarchy is just a ranked list for some reason

Hierarchies of weather
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Old blue last
£5 (£4 NUS)

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dunno if it strictly is was just blagging it

Snow can’t be last just for the pure joy and excitement it brings @Avery

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Thunder/Lightning
Snow
Rain
Heavy Rain
Cloudy and windy
Fall weather
Sun

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