>go to google
>post the current weather from your area
>tell scandinavians who think it makes them tough to talk about their shithole-tier weather to fuck off
I made sure to put it into poverty temperature
>tfw the rain as supposed to cool things down
>it rained like 1 mill and made everything fucking humid
I imagined Bulgaria to be a little less cold considering it's in the south (more or less).
>Can you see? No you can't see because it's fucking too dark.
We're in the middle of a heatwave, ~25C at midnight. Shit's brutal yo.
>frost is over and it's getting warm again
Hope I don't miss the skiing season desu
This has unironically been a pretty warm winter. Also, this thing is wrong. It's going down to -30°C tomorrow.
apparently Saturday is going to be 27 and thunderstorming, great
What the fuck, I'm 300km bird line from the sea, probably more so than you from the Black Sea, and also at 50°N, so it should be more continental here, why is SE Europe so chill
That said it's still way too cold here
We had like a week of -30 last year too. It's not uncommon at all. And this is a coastal city, you know. Temperatures tend to fluctuate a lot.
also this site looks like it shouldn't be trusted, it says -10 for ljubljana but it's actually -6
The earth rotates around the sun on an angle so the north and south pole point further towards the sun and different times of the year
during January the south pole is pointing closer towards the sun so we get more sunlight, longer days and hotter weather (summer), at the same time the north pole being on the opposite side of earth than the south pole must be pointing further away from the sun so gets shorter days, colder weather and less sun (winter)
Put the temperature in meme degrees to help out the barbarians who use them.
>You got lectured by the U.S
it snowed the other day and dropping below zero again tonight but otherwise its been very warm for this time of year