Austin wrote:Yeah, this may not be the bahamas, but at least old people don't have to worry about dying of heat exhaustion.
WCLease wrote:Anyone who lives in Vancouver for many years knows that our weather isn't great. What we have is mild weather (tighter temperature range). Meaning your not going to get a day where the low is 7C and the high is 25C.
jesse1 wrote:And seriously, ride the bus some time on "balmy" days of 18-20 degrees. Look how many people are wearing winter coats. If you think that 3 months of sunny days compensate for the most temperate of weather, well, I know where many would rather be. I don't think one ever quite gets used to the relatively cold year-round weather.
jesse1 wrote:I do
Why this very morning, on the bus, I counted only one person of maybe forty who was not wearing a jacket. With the exception of a couple of weeks where it gets hotter, this is as good as it gets. Look, all's I'm stating is that a great many people who have moved to Vancouver from other locales -- especially those from S and SE Asia -- find it cold in the summer let alone the winter. The weather, while temperate, is perceived as the best of the horrible lineup Canada has to offer. I have little doubt that ask one to choose between weather in California and BC, I won't find too many who would choose Vancouver.
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