The Weather Post.

6 May

Spring is here!

First of all thanks to everyone who’s been commenting and emailing back!!

It’s apparently the official start of summer here in China and a lot of you have been asking about the weather here so here’s a little Ningbo weather report for you:

Up until mid-April it was still pretty chilly. The Ugg boots out and the heating was on in the evenings. I don’t know about summer just yet but it’s safe to say that we’re properly into spring. It’s definitely getting warmer and generally it’s been really pleasant, not too hot, not too cold.The humidity hasn’t kicked in and there’s usually a nice breeze blowing in Ningbo so yeah, it’s generally really lovely. However, we’ve also had a few days with temperatures nearing 30°C when wearing anything but shorts and a t-shirt was too stifling. (Oh, and the Irish Football tournament saw a lot of the Celts with a nice pink hue at the end of the day!) And then, every once in a while, like today, the temperatures plummet back down so that a sweater and a jacket are needed.  On top of that, we’ve been getting some crazy rains and incredible thunderstorms!!

So yeah, getting a nice range of weather and temperatures which is all fine and dandy except that it makes it hard to decide what to wear in the morning because you don’t want to be caught in the rain later on in the day in your sandals and vest top (done) OR, because it was mild in the morning but then the sun came out and decided to be merciless, you end up sweating your ass off in jeans and a cardigan with your jacket and umbrella stuffed into your bag (done as well).

Man, my life is so hard.


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