Don Piano: Bonobo62: El Brujo: Bonobo62: And today it's grayer than a corpse's nipple. Fark you, Seattle. I'm moving back to California.Just as soon as the coffee and antidepressants kick in.you were expecting something else??Sometimes when we get two days of sunlight in a row, I forget where I live and start expecting a third.Same here. Been here for about a year and so miss the San Jose area.
WTF Indeed: Artisan Heat Stroke to be all the rage this summer.
geoduck42: Twenty years old, but still relevant: Seattle Summer.
Wellon Dowd: Its a dry heat, like putting your head in an oven.
Killer Cars: Magnanimous_J: It was weird, we treat sunny days like freaking Christmas morning in Seattle. Strangers smiling and greeting each other, the whole bit. Also the women dress like actual women instead of asexual day-hikers. The first day it gets nice, you're like "where the hell have you all been?"Pretty much. Was on Alki beach this past Sunday and saw total strangers literally sharing food and such with each other.Even assuming the good weather holds up, I'm sure by the beginning of June, while the boobs and stuff will be still be out, the populace will largely slink back to it's passive-aggressive, emotionally distant self.
Swoop1809: Ohio might be gray all winter, but at least late spring to early summer has plenty of sunshine. I'm not sure I couldhave handle sSeattle weather all year round
PizzaJedi81: Don't forget the monsoons!
Bruxellensis: Al Gore
Dinjiin: geoduck42: Twenty years old, but still relevant: Seattle Summer.I miss Almost Live. Sad that they had to take it national and ruin it.
peacheslatour: vudukungfu: I thought it rained douches in Seattle.Ironic, Hipster, umbrella carrying douches.With handlebar mustaches.And wearing skinny jeans.Sipping Latte's.And listening to Indie music.
TheShavingofOccam123: However, no hurricanes, no serious tornadoes, no serious earthquakes, no serious floods, and no freezing to death if you go out drunk without your coat.
Smeggy Smurf: Calmamity: First person to make some lame joke about rain in Seattle sniffs Chris Christie's gas.The only lame thing about Seattle's rain is how little there is compared to places like Sitka or Forks.
PizzaJedi81: logieal: PizzaJedi81: Having grown up in Phoenix and am currently living in Indiana, I can attest to one simple fact: 120 and low humidity is just as miserable as 95 and 80% humidity. Hot and miserable is hot and miserable, no matter where you are.Hm, you seem to be my polar opposite.Grew up in Indiana, moved to Phoenix.I would say the summers are worse here in PHX. Yeah, in Indiana it can be 95 with nearly 100% humidity, but that rarely lasts more than a few days, a week at most. Then it'll rain like hell and be nice after. And rarely do the temps stay in the upper 90's for more than a few weeks of the year.In PHX, it'll be 100+ for nearly 4 straight months. Fark that. I can't wait to get the hell out of here.Don't forget the monsoons!
Calmamity: First person to make some lame joke about rain in Seattle sniffs Chris Christie's gas.
Dinjiin: What sucks about the Pacific Northwest is that most homes west of the Cascades don't have air conditioning or heat pumps.
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