Snow in central west region of NSW. According to news, kids are adults are all excited.
Don_HH2K wrote:Here it's turning out to be the first warm week with temperatures having been consistently in the 70s (F) this week. It's been perfect for getting work done outside instead of having to stay indoors the entire week - and not a moment too soon since it's the last week of classes.
iJohnE wrote:77 (F) here. And I'm dying. I miss my low twenties already. Since I have heat in my house, but not AC.
Antony wrote:iJohnE wrote:77 (F) here. And I'm dying. I miss my low twenties already. Since I have heat in my house, but not AC.
77°F or 25°C is too hot for you? How lucky you guys are! (Yes, I am jealous here.) We have to suffer 40+°C (in 104+°F) which is not uncommon during summer days.
Second thing I envy you guys is... Air conditioners are damn cheap in the States ( around $100 or $150 According to Don), in here, you are starting at about $1000 for the air conditioner then another $800 or more for the installation. Plus, we don't have cheap electricity like in the States.
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