On Jul 30, 2011 11:00 PM, "KIZU Naoko" <firstname.lastname@example.org
> For East Asian attendees in particular:
> Today I exchanged opinions by a local who insisted Tel Aviv is rather
> humid and today is hotter (implying unpleasant), which I respectfully
> disagree in details. Their perception in temperature and moisture
> seems apparently different from ours coming from Monsoon Asia, I
> guess. I bet you'll find this place pretty comfortable, specially
> sitting inside or in the night.
> On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 11:28 AM, Harel Cain <email@example.com
>> In Jerusalem today peak temperature will be about 36 C which is really
>> unusual... :( The average maximum temperate for July in Jerusalem is 29....
>> however because Jerusalem is dry and not humid most people find the weather
>> here more tolerable than Tel Aviv.
>> The next days will be better, and I hope by the time of the tour day (August
>> 7th) we'll have maximum temperature of about 30-31 in Jerusalem.
>> 2011/7/30 Delphine Ménard <firstname.lastname@example.org
>>> On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 9:31 AM, Harel Cain <email@example.com
>>> > Just wanted to let those of you already here or landing today: yesterday
>>> > and
>>> > today are considerably hotter than normal (perhaps the worst in the
>>> > whole
>>> > summer...), and the forecast is for temperatures to gradually decline
>>> > over
>>> > the coming week, starting already tomorrow. It will be about 5 to 6
>>> > Celsius
>>> > degrees cooler by this time next week.
>>> What's "hotter than normal" in numbers? ;)
>>> Delphine, who's sitting in the cold gray rain
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