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Do you like 80 degree weather?

10 Answers
Or maybe warmer
B

Absolutely! 80 degrees sounds pretty perfect to me for a nice stroll or trip around town or just a walk with friends. It's great weather to sit at a cafe under the shade.

Now, for the beach, it has to be at least 90 degrees for me to feel comfortable! I like my weather scorching, and can feel good with weather even up to 105 degrees! Anything under 70 and I start feeling cold. I just don't think I'm suited to cold weather. Maybe I just love wearing tank tops, shorts, and having tan skin and a pink graze on my cheeks from the sun!

I just don't like the humid heat. I prefer dry heat, because then you don't sweat at all and sweat is never comfortable.

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M

In Asia where I am originally from,It's never below 80.well hardly. So I wouldn't mind at all. The problem for me is more of the humidity than the temperature itself. If it's 100F with 0 humidity, I would still have no problem because hey,I can always crank up the A.C in the house and when I go out, It won't feel sticky. When it's 80 with 100 percent humidity though, Oh god..You'd just shower. walk outside and BAM! It's like you need yet another shower. I even said it before that the summer in Wisconsin is worse than in Asia simply because of the humidity. In Asia, the sun just stings but it doesn't feel you are all sticky .

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S

I like 80 degree weather. When it is nice and hot I can go to the lake. Anything below 80 degrees Fahrenheit or 26 degrees Celsius is too cold for me to enjoy spending time at the provincial parks and beaches that I like to go to. When it is too hot for most people it is just right for me. I like it when it is hotter a little hotter. 80 up to 85 is good for me. 86 is a bit too hot but I would still bike to the beach.

On some of the hottest days when people are complaining that it is too hot to do anything I bike 18 miles to the beach. I just make sure I am careful. Going at the right time and taking the coolest path helps a lot.

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P

When I was growing up my mother kept our house at between 90 degrees and 95 degrees. She liked it very warm so I got used to it. After the energy crisis of the 1970s she turned the thermostat down to 78 degrees so that felt rather cool. We all wore sweaters to keep warm. Today I keep my house at around 72-73 degrees which I sometimes find a bit too cool. So when you talk about 80 degrees, that sounds so pleasant to me. I actually find the ideal temperature to be between 80 and 85 degrees, even up to 90 degrees. After 90 degrees I think it starts getting a bit too warm.

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S

Eighty degree weather is total perfection! That sort of like the story of Goldilocks: not too cold, not too hot, but just right. I would love to live in year round eighty degree weather, if it was eighty or very low eighties. Now if it starts getting into the eighty-seven, eight and nine temps then that can be too hot especially if there is humidity.

I'd like this weather with full sun as well. I can't stand when it is in the eighties and nineties here and rainy. Then it's just muggy, humid and miserable.

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I

Living in south Florida, we have a lot of 80 degree weather. It makes a huge difference in how comfortable it is depending on the humidity levels. If it's 80 and humid, I'm not too happy! If it's 80 with low humidity, it's comfortable. My favorite temperature is 72, I like it a little on the cooler side. Now that we're heading into summer, it's time to brace myself for the hot and humid weather, and get prepared for hurricanes!

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C

Eighty degree temperature can be pleasant if the humidity is low but if that eighty degrees come with high humidity it can get uncomfortable real fast.

In the area I live I like a temperature around seventy five with a gentle breeze with low humidity.

Although nice spring/summer days do come around my neighborhood they don't last for long, the cold season is more dominate where I live.

Thanks for asking.

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H

I do like 80 degree weather if it is partly cloudy or wind. If it is 80 degree weather with pure sun then I would not like that. The sun adds like 20 extra degrees and you can feel your skin burning. Also sweating does become a big problem when trying to play sports. Anything hotter than 80 degrees is pretty miserable in my opinion.

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F

I like 80 degree weather OK, but most of the time I find it a little too warm and I don't like sweating. In fact that's very frustrating. So it's not great, but it's a very welcome change from a cold winter. By the time summer is over, I'm totally ready for fall and winter!

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M

I'm not so temperature focused as wanting some full sun. winter had dragged on so long, bring me the sun!

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