Your Weather, 2022

Dahlia

Deeply Rooted
Joined
Nov 24, 2020
Messages
1,431
Reaction score
3,717
Points
195
Location
Pacific Northwest
It took this picture yesterday. The storm clouds coming!
 

Attachments

  • IMG_20221106_144631097_HDR_640x480.jpg
    IMG_20221106_144631097_HDR_640x480.jpg
    49 KB · Views: 78

digitS'

Garden Master
Joined
Dec 13, 2007
Messages
26,084
Reaction score
29,943
Points
457
Location
border, ID/WA(!)
Here's something to occupy yourself online with, @Dahlia .

A few years ago, I went on an adventure to try to learn about climates - in the Southern Hemisphere. Take the information about where you like the weather best in the Northern Hemisphere. Where you feel most at home. Study a little about the Köppen climate classification. Realize that it is for annual weather but you are thinking (fantasizing) about escaping Winter. So, you need to do a bit more research on Summers, elsewhere.

Look at world maps showing the Köppen climates. Compare your "home" location classification with the broad stretches of other locations. Then, explore their Summer highs/lows/averages, rainfall amounts, you may even be able to find information on cloudcover and humidity. Wikipedia climate information on a location might be a good place to start.

Take a few guesses of where you might enjoy visiting south of the Equator based on that Köppen map. Check those stats for home base and see if they match ... contact your travel service and Off You Go!

:D Steve, who may be found in Tasmania or Chile by the next post.
 

Marie2020

Garden Addicted
Joined
May 21, 2020
Messages
2,785
Reaction score
5,455
Points
225
Here's something to occupy yourself online with, @Dahlia .

A few years ago, I went on an adventure to try to learn about climates - in the Southern Hemisphere. Take the information about where you like the weather best in the Northern Hemisphere. Where you feel most at home. Study a little about the Köppen climate classification. Realize that it is for annual weather but you are thinking (fantasizing) about escaping Winter. So, you need to do a bit more research on Summers, elsewhere.

Look at world maps showing the Köppen climates. Compare your "home" location classification with the broad stretches of other locations. Then, explore their Summer highs/lows/averages, rainfall amounts, you may even be able to find information on cloudcover and humidity. Wikipedia climate information on a location might be a good place to start.

Take a few guesses of where you might enjoy visiting south of the Equator based on that Köppen map. Check those stats for home base and see if they match ... contact your travel service and Off You Go!

:D Steve, who may be found in Tasmania or Chile by the next post.
You wish 🤞 😏 😉
 

Latest posts

Top