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It must be the air

Jeff Albertson
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Last night was the first cool night after a hot spell and I slept soooo much better. I checked my local weather web site and it had gone down to 12°C. Perfect! I need to sleep with open windows for fresh air, even in the winter when it's snowing, and 12 degrees seems perfect to me -- well-suited to a light duvet.

So what's your perfect nighttime termperature?
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Dude, move to SF! You'll get the perfect temperature all the year around!


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Perfect would be 21 C


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Originally posted by John Meyers:
Perfect would be 21 C

Even at night? I'm going with 12-16 C. A breeze is nice too. (If it starts getting above 16 at night, then a breeze is required.)


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Deepak Bala
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Whats the max temprature you have lived through, cos that matters. I have lived through 44 C. So 21 C is quite cool for me. Reallllly pleasant would be 17 C
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Originally posted by John Meyers:
Whats the max temprature you have lived through, cos that matters. I have lived through 44 C. So 21 C is quite cool for me. Reallllly pleasant would be 17 C


I start falling apart at 25C, but then I am morbidly obese. When I was a skinny drug addict I was cold all the time and hot weather felt great.
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I have never seen snow in my life
Chetan Parekh
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Originally posted by John Meyers:
I have never seen snow in my life


Same here


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Jeff Albertson
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Originally posted by John Meyers:
I have never seen snow in my life


Going into woods covered in virgin fallen snow, on a moonlit night -- magic.
Aurora Borialis/Australis -- magic.

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Ashok Mash
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10 to 15 degree Celsius would be my favorite. Summer is in full blast here, and the first time this year daytime temperature has climbed up to mid-twenties. It was pretty mild last night, high teens I would imagine, which meant I couldn�t use a duvet, but I can�t sleep without one �I will try leaving all windows open tonight!


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