ANSWERS: 39
  • I live in Connecticut. We experience all four seasons. It can be below zero in the winter with plenty of snow. And very warm and humid in the summer.
  • Minimum nigh-time temperature during winter is about 12° C (53° F) and maximum summer daytime temperature is about 30° C (86° F). We have the cooling effect of the Trade Winds, so I would say it's moderate throughout the year.
  • We go to extremes here. We reach upper 90s°F, sometimes with humidity. And we have seen morning temps of -26°F. I'd say we are on average maybe in the 50-60 range but we don't actually stay there often.
  • Cold. Even the summers get a luke warm and not really hot.
  • I live in Atlanta GA in the USA. It always seems to stay colder longer here than warmer. That may be because the cold always seems to dredge on. Also when I say cold I mean usually 40s and a handfull of days less than that. Now we hit the 90s almost every other day during the summer. Our extremes are more hot than cold. In the long run I would say its moderate.
  • I live in the Western middle of Germany, where the climate is pretty moderate. Right now, we do have some snow, but it doesn't last. There haven't been any cold winters in the last couple of years.
  • I'm in south India...8 degrees above equator geographically!! With the earth already tilted at 24 degree, that decreases it to 16 degrees shy of exact in-line with sun...so you can imagine the climate by now!!
  • I live in Southern Spain where it's moderate throughout the months September - June. Like right now, it's lovely and sunny, possible to sunbathe but not exhausting, in the low to mid-twenties. We don't get snow but we get cold nights from October to April. We get a little rain - not much, we're near to the last European desert where they made lots of spaghetti-westerns! In July and August temperatures reach the 40's and the nights are suffocating, there's no escape!
  • I live in northern Indiana about 40 miles east of Chicago and consider this climate as moderate. Chicago has much harsher winter weather than we do. Has to do with the movement of weather around Lake Michigan.
  • For now I live in South America. The weather in humid year round about 96%, in summer quite hot and winters are chilly. No spring or autumn, only two seasons. Regards
  • I live in South Florida, it stay warm here all year long except for a few chilly days in Jan/Feb. We really do not experience winter or spring, sometimes not even fall. It gets REALLY hot here.
  • Cold as hell winter hot as hell summer guess where?
  • Here in New England, we have very cold winters and very hot summers. :)
  • I live in central France. Last summer it got to over 50 C for several weeks and the winter before it was minus 17 C for about a month. (Day time temperatures) This winter has been much milder and wetter than normal, but generally we get hot summers and cold winters.
  • In Virginia, we didn't really have seasons this year. There was maybe one dusting of snow, and stretches of very warm weather all winter. Not much of a spring either. I'm thinking this summer is going to be a scorcher! Global warming!
  • I am in Apopka Florida with my friend and roommate Royal77, I can do without the summer here but now the temps are just beautiful.
  • We have 4 seasons. pretty cold, really hot and beautiful spring and fall which makes the cold and hot worth living through.
  • Its mostly pretty warm here.
  • arrr, we are blessed with being the most moderat of all the cities in NZ, but we still get cooler over the winter, e=which we are heading into now, we can get frosts over night going down to about 0 degress ( we are in celcius) and the days range from about 9 degrees on a cold winter day to 27 on a good summers day. In fact this summer just gone, we have had the best summer ever !! :)
  • i live on the gulf coast we have two seasons...summer and february 1st i lived in colorado one year... they have two seasons also winter and 4th of july i`ll take summer
  • It gets cold in the winter, but winter is only 2 months long. I keep my motorcycle on the road all year long
  • Pretty moderate most of the year. We have a few warm days - and hit 100F once or twice a year, and a few colder days when we get down into the high 20s, low 30s overnight - but the rest of the year is somewhere in between. And it doesn't snow. It's wonderful here :) Sonoma County is awesome.
  • They call it "the sunshine state" for a reason.
  • dallas cold 3 months hot 6 months mild 3 months mediterrean warm or mild 8 months hot 3 months cold 1 month
  • We get so much temperature change in lower Wisconsin. In the beginning of January we had tornadoes followed by snowstorms within 3 days. A swing from 75 degrees to somewhere around 0.
  • Very mostly hot.
  • i live in ny. we get all 4 seasons i love all of them and damn it i love ny!!
  • {{{{{{BURRRRR}}}}}}}}} Cold! I live in Indiana, it's mostly cold. My hands are cold! And my feet don't have another pr to keep them warm!!!!!!!:(
  • Here in the Uk we hardly ever have a proper summer. It rains most the year and is cold too.
  • In Scotland it is cold for about five months warm for three and moderate for four. Notice I never mentioned the word HOT.
  • Mostly cold. I am by Canada and in the summer 70 degrees is our regular temperature. The last two summers we have gotten into the high 80s-low 90s. It gets really muggy when this happens.
  • Mostly just right. :-) Then it gets warm again. :-(
  • I am in New England. It is temporate but the winters are pretty cold.
  • Moderate
  • I live in South Africa Johannesburg The weather is magnificent all year round only in the winter at night it is cold the difference between the day and night temperature can be up to 20 degrees C
  • I live in the UK, on the South Coast. We moan but it isn't that bad. Highs are normally 22C in July/ August and 8-9C in Winter. Lows are 13-14C in July and about 3C in Winter. It rarely gets below freezing. I stay warm enough in jeans and a sweatshirt Oct-Apr and shorts and a sweatshirt (with a few week's worth od t shirt) days. The rain isn't too bad. It's about 1 day in 3, but rarely rains all day.
  • It's mostly hot. We have a 'breath' of fall, a 'breath' of spring, a short winter and a looooooog, hot summer.
  • MODERATE WARM AND SOMETIMES MODERATELY WET, WHEN EACH COMES IT STAYS AWHILE.

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