I was born in Wisconsin. I've had the cold weather. I live in Alabama now. The hot weather is tolerable and prefer spring, which sometimes Alabama seems to give us a wink of it. I'll take the hot weather over the cold.
Hot weather as it makes my skin moisty and not dry. I can do many things in a hot weather than in the cold one.
Hot weather drains me more and makes me irritable, so I prefer cold weather. Ideally, around 65 degrees, but sadly I know that can't be the case year-round.
I would rather have cold weather. Hot weather sometimes makes me feel nauseated and tired.
I was born in England and so never suffered really cold weather. But now live in California where it is forecast to top 100 degrees today, it is the second day in a row and too much already,.
So if cold could be anywhere between 32 and 40 degrees then I'll take cold. Maybe a little rain too would be nice.
You should come to live a little North on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada... rain, cool (it's 14C this morning), lush, green, quite a bit like England I think. I prefer cool, but not cold.
Hello techygran, Vancouver Island in the summer sounds perfect for me.
That's a tough one, in cold weather you can always put on more clothes to warm up. In hot weather you can only strip down so far LOL I'd rather have an in the middle type of weather. About 60-80 degrees. Chilly enough for a jacket at times and warm enough for tank tops and shorts
I always prefer cold weather. You can add a sweater or go indoors and warm up but you can only take off so much. It's hot & really humid here. It gets hard to breathe.
Hi, I prefer cold weather. I'm very faired skinned so have to be really careful and the heat makes me feel totally tired. I also work in a hospital where there is no air conditioning!
The problem is it is either cold one day or boiling hot the next! There are no seasons any more; so you cannot build up to the heat of summer like you could way back in the 50's and 60's.
Cold for me any day!
I always go for any thing in moderation, so in this light, I think I would rather go for a tepid kind of weather condition -- not too hot and not too cold.
Well when it's -15 degrees to -20 degress in Badenoch and Strathspey I often wish it was much, much warmer. And when it's around 29 degrees and I'm working I have been known to wish it was slightly cooler. The weather is Badenoch and Strathspey really goes from winter to summer with no real transition. Although the warmer weather doesn't really last and we drop to 3 degrees again rising to 10 degrees from May to October or so, during the day.However at present I'm really hoping the warmer weather will return especially in July when I'm on holiday with my family.
I would rather have a cold weather for I can manage it by putting on a jacket, sweater etc, but for a hot weather I can take off so much. I don't believe in showing off a lot of skin. Just legs, hands and my head is enough. So summer would be really a great challenge for me. I would take cold weather anytime.
Hot weather any day. I like to go to sky and have a month or so of snowy winter. But hot weather will do it for me.
I should move to South.
I like cold weather better because you can put on warm sweaters and be nice and cozy, drink hot chocolate. And, when I go for walks, it's more invigorating when it's cool outside.
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by jaydawg808 5 years ago
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by bulmers94 18 months ago
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