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Do you like the latest warmer weather?

fluffycat
fluffycat Member Posts: 215 Pioneering

Do you like the latest warmer weather? 10 votes

YES love it
60%
woodbineGarzajaner196766MustangTori_ScopeRoss_Scope 6 votes
NO not my cup of tea
40%
leeCalOverlyAnxiousfluffycatLadyL 4 votes

Comments

  • fluffycat
    fluffycat Member Posts: 215 Pioneering
    NO not my cup of tea
    Too hot (more so humid and sun beating down) 

    Only saving grace is it's a little cooler from 8 or 9 pm (Early Morning if up early)


  • janer1967
    janer1967 Member Posts: 12,213 Disability Gamechanger
    YES love it
    Bit mixed fetling tbh like it to certain degree bug been bit too hot early evening and the sunlight hurts my eyes and can't see without my dark glasses 
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  • Ross_Scope
    Ross_Scope Posts: 4,912

    Scope community team

    YES love it
    It's been a nice change from the dull first half of the year weather wise, but it always makes me feel so tired when it's this warm
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  • leeCal
    leeCal Member Posts: 4,222 Disability Gamechanger
    NO not my cup of tea
    I prefer the cool. 
  • 66Mustang
    66Mustang Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,549 Disability Gamechanger
    YES love it
    I voted yes but I've spent most of the day in an air conditioned car.

    I wonder what I would have voted if I'd been doing manual labour outside. :D 
  • woodbine
    woodbine Community Co-Production Group Posts: 5,256 Disability Gamechanger
    YES love it
    I used to hate the warmer weather but as i've got older i appreciate it more now
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  • LadyL
    LadyL Member Posts: 46 Connected
    edited June 2
    NO not my cup of tea
    I do like it when the sun is shining, and it does look much nicer than a cloudy overcast day.

    However, the warmer weather means more pollen, which doesn't help when you have hayfever, :/ plus more bugs. :fearful: Also, due to having RA, if it's too warm with the added humidity, my joints swell up. 😓

    Besides, it is much easier to warm up then stay cool. Although, it is also nice to have reduced heating costs for a bit. 🤣
  • Dragonslayer
    Dragonslayer Community Co-Production Group Posts: 1,523 Pioneering
    I love the warm weather. Though like most midday can be a little too much. Evening from 5pm to 7pm before dinner with a Gin or two is lovely. 💕

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