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Dallas, Washington: living in, moving to User Name Remember Me Password [ Register ] Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. I have read and posted on several thre on here where people seem to be wondering about how hot Atlanta is in the summer.
The city seems to have got an undeserved reputation for hot weather. People even call it "Hotlanta" sometimes. I noticed however that, on average, Atlanta is neither terribly hot or humid in the summer. Yes it is uncomfortable but far from unbearable. As somebody who has lived through summers in Dallas and Kansas City, I can tell you Atlanta is not bad at all. Last year we had a very hot summer but if you look over several years, last year was quite unusual.
Here are the highest temps for every year I have lived here since I think I would rather take days in the 80ss than days. Living in Ft. Now winter, that's a different story. Discussions of the weather depend entirely on your point of reference.
I have no reason to doubt that Atlanta is not that hot compared with Dallas, Kansas City and Miami, the cities cited so far on this thread, and according to another thread, Atlanta weather is cooler and less humid that Houston too. On the other hand, as a former PNW resident actually from across the Canadian border in BCI've responded on a couple of other thre initiated by Seattle residents, asking whether Atlanta is "really" hot and humid, that yes, it's very hot and humid.
If somebody's frame of reference is Seattle, then it's pretty much a sure bet that they are initially going to find Atlanta summer weather very hard to take. To a west coast person, Atlanta probably is every bit as HOT as they think. I agree it is all relative depending on where someone comes from. Atlanta surprising has an equal part of seasons, 3 months of summer, 3 months of fall, 3 months of spring and 3 months of winter. What is nice about that is just when you have had enough of one season, the next season starts.
I live in Miami and its pretty much summer year round now. I would love a change in a seasons, or at least a real change in temps. Originally Posted by doggiebus. It was actually a very dry heat so it didn't feel as bad. Originally Posted by RainyRainyDay.
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Remember Me. View detailed profile Advanced or search site with. Search Forums Advanced. Advertisements I have read and posted on several thre on here where people seem to be wondering about how hot Atlanta is in the summer. Location: Norman, OK 3, posts, read 6, times Reputation: Location: Miami 6, posts, read 21, times Reputation: Location: East Cobb 2, posts, read 6, times Reputation: Quote: Originally Posted by doggiebus I agree it is all relative depending on where someone comes from.
Quote: Originally Posted by RainyRainyDay On the other hand, as a former PNW resident actually from across the Canadian border in BCI've responded on a couple of other thre initiated by Seattle residents, asking whether Atlanta is "really" hot and humid, that yes, it's very hot and humid. City-Data Forum Message.
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