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kgroneman
12-Nov-2014, 16:43
The weather during the event is expected to be a little colder than normal so you may want to bring a jacket/sweater. http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/USFL0372 (Change between C/F at the top of the page)

smflood
12-Nov-2014, 17:30
On 12/11/2014 15:44, kgroneman wrote:

> The weather during the event is expected to be a little colder than
> normal so you may want to bring a jacket/sweater.
> http://www.weather.com/weather/tenday/USFL0372 (Change between C/F at
> the top of the page)

Little colder? Compared with the UK it'll be a lot warmer, particularly
on Sunday!

:-)
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ab
12-Nov-2014, 18:34
Comparing to arbitrary points around the globe may be an interesting
exercise, but it's also pretty exhausting. A more-practical comparison is
against normal temperatures for the region; Orlando is in Florida, so
known for being warm. The UK is that little island across a decent-sized
pond which is known for, well, drinkable tea, royalty, and quidditch.

;-)

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kgroneman
12-Nov-2014, 18:52
Hey Simon Flood:

>Little colder? Compared with the UK it'll be a lot warmer,
>particularly on Sunday!

Then be sure to bring the swim suit and suntan lotion!

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smflood
13-Nov-2014, 11:44
On 12/11/2014 17:34, ab wrote:

> Comparing to arbitrary points around the globe may be an interesting
> exercise, but it's also pretty exhausting. A more-practical comparison is
> against normal temperatures for the region; Orlando is in Florida, so
> known for being warm. The UK is that little island across a decent-sized
> pond which is known for, well, drinkable tea, royalty, and quidditch.

You forgot we're also known for chocolate ...

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smflood
13-Nov-2014, 11:44
On 12/11/2014 17:52, kgroneman wrote:

> Then be sure to bring the swim suit and suntan lotion!

That's the plan! :-)
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