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What is your favorite type of weather and time of year?

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April after Easter Sunday (or like in 2008, March) is great, as well as nice steady rain. I particularly like being in a transit vehicle and watching the rain stream down the windows.

 

I don't like weak ass "sprinkles" of rain or downright hurricanes. Just a nice calm rain. Hearing the raindrops is calming to me...

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I hate the heat and humidity, so the beginning of spring is great like around now when it's around 60 or so and then the fall when it's still kind of warm, but not humid and such. :cool:

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65 to 80 degrees. I hate winter. I don't like extreme heat either, but I'd rather it be 100 degrees than 30 degrees. We haven't really had a real spring in years (a prolonged period of temperatures in the 70's). It seems like it goes from winter to summer sometime in late May.

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My favorite season is Autumn (September 23d to December 20th).

In Upstate New York, I also enjoyed "Maple Season". Allegany County in The Southern Tier is rural and there were plenty of maple areas.

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Spring/Autumn. Low 70s and blue skies.

 

Also enjoy those non-muggy not-so-hot/not-so-cold overcast days.

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Mhmm..for winter I like weather similar to 12/26/10 in NYC beautiful snow but the wind was horrible so minus a blizzard but a snow storm I would like(where its not 2 windy)

Spring/Summer days around 75 to 85 degrees I like where its not too sunny and not to humid.

And I rather take HOT than COLD(weather).

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Spring/Autumn. Low 70s and blue skies.

 

Also enjoy those non-muggy not-so-hot/not-so-cold overcast days.

 

Agreed. Also 80-90s are ok if it's dry heat only. Humidity is a killer even in the low 80s.

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Mid 70s on a spring/summer day just after a rainfall. That time of the year combined with that type of weather seems to bring out an almost vivid color on any object outside. :cool:

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Summer, Summer, & Summer. I like when it's over 100 degrees, upper 80's and above is when I'm most comfortable so I'd say I love 85+. I also love strong thunderstorms.

 

I despise Winter, once we start seeing 60's & 70's my whole demeanor changes.

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Purely in terms of the weather, I like the temperature to be 60+ degrees. I don't like having to bundle up and deal with the snow and slush (or just the plain cold).

 

In terms of liking the time of year, I like summer because (obviously) school is out.

 

In terms of economics, I like winter because I can go out and shovel people's walks to make some quick, easy money (I'm an honest person, so I don't overcharge or skimp on the quality of the job or anything like that)

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Purely in terms of the weather, I like the temperature to be 60+ degrees. I don't like having to bundle up and deal with the snow and slush (or just the plain cold).

 

In terms of liking the time of year, I like summer because (obviously) school is out.

 

In terms of economics, I like winter because I can go out and shovel people's walks to make some quick, easy money (I'm an honest person, so I don't overcharge or skimp on the quality of the job or anything like that)

 

This reminds me of the time a friend and I from Manhattan Beach walked around his neighbourhood and shoveled and made some nice bucks. ;)

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Mid-autumn, winter, and early spring are my favorite seasons. I'm not very fond of heat, sunlight, and humidity.

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