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Subject:  Re: Moving to Indiana Date:  5/19/2007  10:28 PM
Author:  feedmeNOWhuman Number:  494 of 531

But what's so bad about the weather? Is it too cold, too hot, or tornado-ish?


It's the fact that there is no good weather. Maybe a couple weeks in April and September, and that's about it if you're lucky. Grey skies for 10 months out of the year. Horrible humid weather during the summer. Snow on the ground into mid April this year, according to my family. I remember an Indy 500 that was 45° at the end of May. Absurd.

I moved out of Indiana specifically because of the weather. I hate snow, I hate rain, and I hate grey skies, and that's pretty much all you get in Indiana. The 110° summers in AZ (where I live now) are ten times more tolerable than 95° and 100% humidity in IN.

I don't even own a pair of gloves now, and that suits me fine!

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