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    Absolutely.
    My favorite seasons are spring and autumn, partly because we have so clear four seasons and I get to experience the whole nature changing. There's one good thing about winter too, it's dark. I get to make my nocturnal walks earlier.

    On rare days the sun shine, normally during early summer, makes me content. Normally I don't bother with it nor cloudy days. Except during the autumn if there's a cool breeze going on. That cheers me up, the combination of chilling wind and warm rays of sun on my skin.

    I enjoy rain (sade=rain). Rainy days are my favorites, they seem to make me tranquil yet energetic, content, and I usually take walks outside. There's just something in it. When it rain I'm happy.
    Thunderstorms, thunder and good gails are rare, but I love 'em. The more ruckus and roar, the better. You'll find me perched in front of the window just sucking it in.

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    No and yes, but mostly no, sometimes yes, but no, mostly yes or no, I dont know, its frickin cold here
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    Hot/Humid = Bad. I enjoy living in Texas, but not the hottest, most humid part...we rarely get "winters," and it rarely, if ever, snows. (1 or less times every 10 years)

    Cold/Dry = Amazing. Especially if the sun is out. Feeling it on your skin, but still remaining comfortable is a good thing.

    Stormy Weather = Meh. Not really for it or against it. It makes people drive like they're retards, so I guess I'm -.5 against on a scale ranging from -5 to +5.

    Nights with clear-ish skies and full moons = Perfect. Every time I see the moon on one of these days I always wish I had a camera with me that could take a decent picture. If clouds form around the moon, but don't cover it up, even better.
    Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.
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    Never let your sense of morals get in the way of doing what's right.
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    Northern Europeans are notorious for their depression. "Melancholoy Dane?"

    Minnesota has a quantity of people of Northern European descent. I swear the whole state suffers with some degree of SAD during late winter months. We even have a name for it - "cabin fever."

    When I lived in Washington state for two years, starting in September, I'd get up in the morning, draw the blinds look out at the drizzle and gloom and tears would involuntarily roll down my cheeks. Fortunately in MN we have some sun along with our precipitation.
    "No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer

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    No

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    Yes. Rain and cloudy weather calms me down. Sunny weather makes me happy and more active. I love when it snows, it's very beautiful. (Winter is my favorite season, the colder the better.) Darkness makes me feel peaceful, safe and a little tired. Storms are exciting. During thunderstorms I sit by the window and admire the pouring rain, the lightnings and the sounds. I love the nights with full moon and stars especially in the winter - and the northern lights that sometimes occur here are totally amazing.

    The only weather conditions I dislike are cold, cutting wind and the warm winter days with muddy slush everywhere.

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    Hot, humid weather irritates me and gives me that "not so fresh feeling" from head to toe

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    Yes, I hate the cold.Favorite temperature is around 63 Fahrenheit, I love a gray foggy sky, it makes everything seem so "out of time, space." at least where I live, it feels like everything is going slow motion. I have no idea why I just find that weather "magical".
    (hm I just re-read the post and I sound high or something..oh well)
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I'm comfortable rain or shine, but who likes it when it's -10 or 102 Fahrenheit? I'm reminded of bicycle races spanning the temperature range of about 20 F to 104 F. YUCK. I've gone for a 40 minute ride and had my Gatorade freeze beyond squeezability.

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    I LOVE cool hazy weather, even more so when the fog sets in.. Thunder/rain also excites me! I like to get warm/toasty and just listen to the pitter patter of the rain and roaring thunder bolts.

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