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They're dealing with it fine:

F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

Pinche Mateo: They're dealing with it fine:
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As a Canadian I just have to say: That's Officer Level Thinking.

The rain in Spain falls mainly in chunks.

RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

Nine Fifths is a bullshiat number.

-13 in freedom units.

Flashfyr3: RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

Nine Fifths is a bullshiat number.

Or part of a pretty good weekend in Vegas.

Keyser_Soze_Death: -13 in freedom units.

Minnesota in January, that's shorts weather.

Keyser_Soze_Death: -13 in freedom units.

Ahhhhhh.  Thanks.  aka 'long pants' weather.

RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

F = (2*C) + 30 is a fair enough approximation

soupafi: Keyser_Soze_Death: -13 in freedom units.

Minnesota in January, that's shorts weather.

Not this year.   At least we know where the cold weather went.

That's cold in freedom units too: -13F

In before the ACC deniers?

That's a bit chilly, for spain I imagine that's a downright dangerous temp.

Flashfyr3: RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

Nine Fifths is a bullshiat number.

The problem is that converting bullshiat numbers to decimals smacks of the metric system, which is for commies.

RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

for approximate temps dealing with weather I just remember the 10s in C, since they correspond to "bins" of 18 F.  Good enough for quick conversion, only have to remember 5 numbers.  Same formula, just makes it all whole numbers.

C  vs F
0  = 32
10 = 50
20 = 68
30 = 86
40 = 104

How are the vineyards fairing?
WOULD SOMEONE PLEASE THINK OF THE BOOZE!

Tr0mBoNe: Pinche Mateo: They're dealing with it fine:
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As a Canadian I just have to say: That's Officer Level Thinking.

If it looks stupid but it works, it ain't stupid.

Do polar bears speak Spanish?
They can ride their melting ice flows to there and will freeze again.

RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

Or just 25 units colder than the temperature needed to freeze H2O.

Pinche Mateo: They're dealing with it fine:
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Nice, a redneck sled, aka, that old Rugged Liner from Billy Bob's Chevy.

Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

In Edmonton we call that 'Thursday'.

/actually this year we've had a very mild winter but now I've jinxed it so we're sure to get a deep freeze next week

New Rising Sun: RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

for approximate temps dealing with weather I just remember the 10s in C, since they correspond to "bins" of 18 F.  Good enough for quick conversion, only have to remember 5 numbers.  Same formula, just makes it all whole numbers.

C  vs F
0  = 32
10 = 50
20 = 68
30 = 86
40 = 104

The only one I can remember is -40C = -40F.

It really is easier to calculate, otherwise.

Hell, with my memory, it's easier for me to derive.

/nerd

My sister moved from Seville, which records summer temps over 100 for months, to the coast, where it's not freezing, but close enough to be Goldilocks hell.

New Rising Sun: RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

for approximate temps dealing with weather I just remember the 10s in C, since they correspond to "bins" of 18 F.  Good enough for quick conversion, only have to remember 5 numbers.  Same formula, just makes it all whole numbers.

C  vs F
0  = 32
10 = 50
20 = 68
30 = 86
40 = 104

Bonus #6:

-40 = -40

Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

Cajnik: [Fark user image image 425x241]

Humanity is truly doomed 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

Looks like this woman had to put on her winter slippers.

Juc: That's a bit chilly, for spain I imagine that's a downright dangerous temp.

Their houses are built properly, which helps both in cold and heat.

Though I wonder if they use electricity for heating, that's gonna suck.

soupafi: Keyser_Soze_Death: -13 in freedom units.

Minnesota in January, that's shorts weather.

On this day in 2018:

freakdiablo: Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

She's still hot.

Sounds downright balmy...they can probably take their tapas off.

Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

That's not really very funny. Or interesting, because, who cares, and what can you use it for?

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Couple dog sledding in Madrid, Spain

Meh. I'm sure it makes you die faster or whatever, but once you're under about -10F it all feels the same.

is that where Winter is this year?
We got some snow right before christmas, since then it has been rain.

Juc: That's a bit chilly, for spain I imagine that's a downright dangerous temp.

Wait - did they fix the fark filter?

RolandTGunner: F=(C x 9/5) + 32.

You misspelled 1.8

JungleBoogie: That's cold in freedom units too: -13F

SumoJeb: is that where Winter is this year?
We got some snow right before christmas, since then it has been rain.

Same on the East Coast.. I've been able to go hiking pretty much every weekend so far this winter. Still no serious snow on the forecast.

Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

-40

fallingcow: Meh. I'm sure it makes you die faster or whatever, but once you're under about -10F it all feels the same.

That's how I feel about anything over 89F.
Texas. Not even once. And that goes twice for Houston. F++k H town.

Ketchuponsteak: Juc: That's a bit chilly, for spain I imagine that's a downright dangerous temp.

Their houses are built properly, which helps both in cold and heat.

Though I wonder if they use electricity for heating, that's gonna suck.

When I lived there many years ago, we had portable butane heaters you'd move from room to room.  They has an open ceramic burner system protected by a simple wire cage, which made things interesting when the cat would back up to it to warm up a bit.

freakdiablo: Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

Kelvin is based on Centigrade, they just have a different 0.

0 is absolute in Kelvin, 0 is freezing in Celcius.

You get from Celcius to Kelvin by subtracting 273.15, or the other way around.

Yeah you knew, but not everyone realizes that Kelvin is based on Celcius.

Meh, its nothing that two cans of Aqua Net and a dozen cocktails can't fix...

Yngwie Malmsteen - Spanish Castle Magic

Ketchuponsteak: Sin_City_Superhero: Fun Fact:  -41 degrees is where the scales line up.

-41 degrees F is also -41 C

That's not really very funny. Or interesting, because, who cares, and what can you use it for?

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