Question of the day

thermometerDo you have an outdoor thermometer?

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17 Responses to Question of the day

  1. shane says:

    No. Most people can look at there cell phones now a days to check the weather. Or the weather channel.

  2. holeycheese says:

    I have a thermometer with a switch where you can switch between indoor and outdoor temperature.

  3. Elena says:

    I’ve never had one unless the previous tenant left it behind! 🙂 At this current house, no such luck.

  4. nikki says:

    No, it’s pretty clear how cold it is outside!!! In the Summer I’m outside 90% of the time anyway or I just flip on the weather channel if i have to know. It was sooooooo warm on Saturday!!!! I had my window down in the truck, ahhhhh it was so nice! I believe it got up to 45! I know…just a teaser!

  5. Morocco says:

    I’m with Nikki. It was 46 degrees in Indy on Sunday and compared to the weather we have been having, it felt like a heatwave!

  6. Doraz says:

    Yes. I like to see what it reads before I get dressed in the am. Where I live, looking outside doesn’t help! I also look up the weather info. on the internet. Most days, dressing in layers works the best!

  7. Joy says:

    Yes we do. Paul is so funny about it. I couldn’t even begin to tell you how many times a day he looks at it. We have a sidebar on each computer also. He’ll look at the one on the computer but has to know what the temp is “here.” So only the one on the back window will do!! He has one in his rear view mirror also and will tell me the temps at “certain places” on his way to work!! He’s funny. Don’t even get me started on his rain gauges!!!

  8. Just a Mom says:

    We have one on our fence. My husband is always looking at it. I don’t use it at all. I watch the news in the morning or just open the door to figure out the temperature.

  9. SKL says:

    Nope, I don’t check the weather channel either. If I need to know what the weather is like, I look outside. If the snow is melting, it’s mild. If the snow isn’t melting, it’s cold. If there’s a lot more snow than I saw last night, I need to leave time to clear off my car before I go anywhere. If the streets are shiny, it’s icy so I need to leave early and drive slowly. If it’s raining, it’s raining. I can’t think of anything else I need to know about the weather, in advance of going outside.

  10. Sue says:

    Yes, but it’s inside! That’s really nice b/c then I don’t have to poke my head out in the cold!

  11. Gary says:

    Yes and no. LOL I’ll elaborate…..

    I received an outdoor thermometer for Christmas from my father-in-law two christmas’s ago. Why he got me an outdoor thermometer I do not know but it’s the thought that counts. Since I really have no interest in an outdoor thermometer, I have never bothered to hang it up. 🙂

    I wonder if he’s noticed I haven’t done anything with it?

  12. nikki says:

    He’s noticed…they always notice!

  13. mssc54 says:

    No. I can pretty much watch the weather report, look out the window and figure the rest out on my own. 🙂

  14. darryl says:

    No I have the weather channel LOL.

  15. SanityFound says:

    Yip although I try not look at it if it is cold because it makes it even colder (yeah I know lol) Right now its -2C yipee hmph

  16. holeycheese says:

    wow – this is interesting. I didn’t know so many people don’t have a thermometer. Though I feel there is less need for it here in Israel than in northern Sweden. The weather in Sweden is changing more and it’s harder to tell the temperature by the way it looks through the window.

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