could you stand the sudden fall of temperature?

@Leocen (178)
China
December 2, 2011 7:26am CST
In Wuhan,there's an unexpected change of temperature--falling 20 centirgrages within 2 days which means you could wear a long-sleeve shirt the day before but later you have to be equiped with down-filled coat,falling to 0 centigrade. gram said sudden changes of weather would bring physical troubles to aged people.and she got a headache... what about your city? could you adapt the change?
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@megamatt (14331)
• United States
2 Dec 11
Well it does rather catch me off guard more often than not. However, I think that I do a remarkable enough job of coping with the insanity that is the shifts of temperatures when one really thinks about it. There are just many times where one day, we have the windows open, the sun is shining, and we can go outside in short sleeves and the next day, time to bundle up. It has gone back and forth like that a few times. The weather if anything is rather unpredictable. People try to really forecast it but they are really attempting to accomplish what might be more impossible. Weather can lead to some problems, more problems, and if we get caught off guard, it can be something. Especially when snow comes out of nowhere, which thankfully has not happened yet.
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@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
4 Dec 11
This reminds me of last week running into a store from the parking lot, well was not running but walking casually, strolling along while people were looking over. I had a light top on while everyone else had a jacket or heavy jacket but at the instant in time, it was really not that cold. Of course the hot car had something to do with it.
@WakeUpKitty (8707)
• Netherlands
2 Dec 11
No I can't. Few days before weather change I already have allergies, feel cold etc.
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@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
2 Dec 11
I find I need to plan. I look and if I think I need to take extra clothing I do or shed what I have on if I am going to be out in the weather. It is not so bad running in and out of buildings. The clothes we need pile up! stop Yes I know what you mean and it makes for colds and a chew, I think. stop Lately the weather is warmer so not complaining. stop Always, for as long as I can remember, there have been variations suddenly even when I was small. stop - I'm sending you a tell - a - gram! Now in our modern age of the 23rd century, ok, that is not true, it is different, wilder I think. stop In summer it can be 90 degree far in height. You figure it out. stop And in winter - 50 f which means some body parts start falling off. stop Ok,I exaggerated! end
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@Mashnn (4503)
2 Dec 11
That is abit bothering. I think I would also have a difficult time adjusting, I cannot imagine moving from extremely hot to extremely cold weather. The body will have some tough time in adjusting.
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@marie2052 (3697)
• United States
2 Dec 11
Our weather here in Florida gets crazy. Home of the warmth and sunshine then all of a sudden it is in the 30's overnight. My son is off work and wants to fish and going by the water gives new meaning to the word cold when that brisk wind is coming off the water.