Posted by: Sarah | June 26, 2006

what’s your 7 day outlook?

Everyone in Argentina keeps warning us that it will be cold when we arrive. Opposite hemisphere = opposite seasons, I get the picture. All the delegate emails have been reminding people to pack WARM clothing, blah blah blah. My packing space is limited enough to begin with, since I need to bring my LIFE for the next 12 months with me, as I stop at the conference en route to my traineeship. I decided to look up the forecast today, and weather.com may have changed my packing list slightly.

Buenos Aires

July 1: 62 and scattered showers
July 2: 61 and partly cloudy
July 3: 62 and partly cloudy

Cordoba

July 4: 66 and mostly cloudy
July 5: 62 and cloudy

This little Wisconsin girl had to laugh. It takes a LOT more than that for me to consider it winter. Who wants to come visit Wisconsin next January? I’ll show you what cold weather is really like…

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Responses

  1. How bout this to change your mind about packing: No indoor heating or insulation….wah wah waaah

  2. yeah that’s what I was going to say…at least in Chile, 55 degrees seemed like some of the coldest weather I’d been a part of. 60’s are fine, but beware of the night time.


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