Sunday, January 29, 2006

Why oh why?


Why did it snow all over Portugal but here? I don't get it. Is this a B-class city? It snowed all over the south, in Alentejo, in the Algarve, near the seaside in the west, it even snowed in Lisbon - which didn't happen for over 50 years. But here...it was sunny! It's stupid because Porto should be colder than Lisbon...This is so unfair! :( (I'm sulking like a little girl)

10 comments:

DayByDay4-2Day said...

THe weather has been weird here also. I'm only wearing a thermo sweat jacket in January! I should be wearing a winter coat. It rained all day and now out side it just looks dead.

Devil Mood said...

Daybyday: hmm...that's a creepy description: it looks "dead"...it'll get better tomorrow, hopefully :)

Husker Du said...

nothing to worry about, in Thessaloniki (North Greece) was snowing on Tuesday and today the temp raised to 10-12C !
:)

Cathy said...

snow is over-rated. Believe me.
I am very interested in the fact that Lisbon got snow for the first time in 50 years, however! Do you have a URL I can go to read about this?...

fb said...

No snow in England...is Jose Mourinho really that popular in Portugal? (bit random but you did post fottball managers on yor blog!)

Christopher said...

I blame it on the weather man

Devil Mood said...

Husker Du: I guess the weather is giving many people a lot to chat about ;)

Cathy: that's not all - some places had snow for the first time in the last 100 years! How about this: http://en.wikinews.org/wiki/Rare_snow_storm_in_Portugal

FB: José Mourinho is The Man here in Portugal - actually today he's being honoured by our President over there in London. But I guess now people must talk more about him over there (with the press and everything).

Chris: the weatherman here in Portugal is St. Peter - I don't know if he's traditionally responsible for the weather in other countries..

Chloe said...

i know!
i was searching the news on tv to find pictures of your city in snow and nothing!
Maybe in a few days it'll be there?

Devil Mood said...

Chloe: no snow here, I'm afraid. In fact it's sunny and very warm today. Porto is at sea-level and usually very mild and moist so snow is really rare ;/

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