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Hello everyone. I had seen a topic of someone asking "How hot is it in your area?"
And I thought I would like to expand on that.

So, how hot does your summer usually get and how cold does your winter usually get?

I live in Minnesota, USA.
For the years I've been alive the coldest winter was about −60 °F (−51.1 °C) and I remember there being a strong wind making it feel even colder.
As for the hottest summer I've experienced i believe it was about 107 °F (41.5 °C) while the state record high
was 115 °F (46 °C) way back in 1917.


How about for you guys?
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Hi hello,
I live in the Netherlands
Winters are not so strong -5F, and the Summer is normal here 20F.
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Southern Louisiana. It's hot and humid, and then during December we get like one or two cold days. The hot again for the next 10 months
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The summers are too hot and the rainy season has chances of storms. When the '-Ber' months enter, it gets a bit colder.

Basically that.
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The UK? It started of good and pretty hot, now its just starting to get a bit chilly again
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summer whole year round
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humid af, all year round
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Cloudy and cold
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Annoying.
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All over the place.
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It's 70-100 F and humid in the summer. There are some days in the summer where the temperature exceeds 100 F, but that is usually just a few days or a single week out of the whole summer season. We get heavy thunderstorms occasionally.

Winter can be a mild 30 F, but it can also gets down to -20 F (before you factor in the wind chill). Every once in a while we might get a winter that is colder than that, but not often. Luckily, we don't get four feet of snow like some places. We usually have about a foot of snow on the ground in the winter.
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Minnesota is crazy, I remember a day I was Riding some trails with my family.
It was 65 F and sunner, so we were all out in short sleeve shirts. We got back to my grandmothers house and after dinner we were tired enough to go to bed. When we woke up there was 11 inches of snow and it was like 20 F.
That was the day we had to drive 200 miles back home. The very next day we got another foot of snow.
It took about a week for it all to melt. Oh. I should mention this was in June.
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Posted 7/4/17 , edited 7/5/17
Interior Alaska -

Winter temps can hit -60°F and summers can reach the 90s.

It's been said that our four seasons here are "almost winter", "winter", "still winter", and "construction".
Posted 7/5/17 , edited 7/5/17
Spring - Windy as hell.
Summer - Hot as hell (Temps get over 100 F)
Fall - Cool and pleasant.
Winter - Cool/cold and pleasant. (Temps can get as low as 0 F)
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Posted 7/22/17 , edited 7/22/17
Australia
Coldest -9 C about 17 F
Warmest 54 C About 116 F
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