Well i guess its all about getting used to the temperatures you live in.
Quoiting Stoeng from his own website:
After so many years with operations in Africa and the Middle-East the climat in Sarajevo was quite a change (even for a Norwegian)"
Anyways, i moved to Stoengs hometown a couple of years ago in and i cant say im that impressed by the so called "extreme temperatures" there Neither impressed by the supposed toughness of these northern-norwegians either. I guess the times have changed.
By the way, too bad Stoeng doesnt visit this forum that much anymore so he could yell at me for saying this
Yep it is. That's why climate here is so crappy. There's big difference between lowest and highest temperature through the year. Belgrade is among first capitals with biggest temperature difference (if not #1).
So you can't get used on temperature. That's point of whole the debate.
49.6935Â° N, 112.8418Â° W >>Re: crotalus atrox's post. The city I live in lies in a direct path of the Crowsnest pass 100 miles west from here.
When the Chinook wind ("Snow Eater" in Aboriginal language) come up from the Pacific Ocean, the temperature goes sometimes 24 degrees up within 24 hours.
Even Calgary 138 miles North from here the Chinook wind has a good deal of impact on their overall climate.