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Winter 2010/2011 in Poland, is it going to be bad?


Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #1
Ohh we Brits love talking about the weather.

Apparently its going to be a cold one, from checking the forecast we have -1 tonight and tomorrow night here in Dolnoslaskie. Its a bit early for sub zero temperatures i reckon but hey bring it on. Im prepared this year.

Will we have the three week -10 like last year? last year was bitter.
convex 20 | 3,978
9 Oct 2010 #2
Will we have the three week -10 like last year? last year was bitter.

I give...going to Croatia...
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
9 Oct 2010 #3
Im prepared this year.

Like a squirrel with his stash of nuts,
We'll brave the winter, we've got the guts.
With a nip in the air,
We shan't despair.
We'll just light the fire to warm our butts!

Except for convex, who'll fly away like a migrating bird.
OP Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #4
OK BM ill go with you on this one
to think winter in PL is done
expect the worst
stock up the bratwurst
if its that bad we can always run
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
9 Oct 2010 #5
We'll just light the fire to warm our butts!

WB has bought some wood
This year, I hope it's good
we are all aware
of last years affair,
he's ready to to kick ass in the hood.
OP Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #6
last year has turned to two
twas two years that folly was true
fcuk them i say
this year I hold sway
time to get on the brew

I got stacks of fire wood, all dried out nicely. Yehh baby
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
9 Oct 2010 #7
I got stacks of fire wood, all dried out nicely. Yehh baby

This is wonderful news
we know you have a fuse
it can be quite short,
so goes the purport,
much to our collective amuse.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
9 Oct 2010 #8
I've noticed some Members left this site,
Sure to be back on winter's cold night.
With a glass of Bailey's to warm their hearts
And talk in rhyme, now that's an art ;)
While outside a quiet blanket of white.

-- I always like to infuse a little culture when I can.

On PF, culture is in short supply,
I've seen yoghurt with more, than this guy.
Normally I wouldn't bat a lid
But a rhyme i will type for this kid.
But there's probably no point, sigh...
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
9 Oct 2010 #9
While outside a quiet blanket of white.

Winter's quite the time for play
for wining and dining in a lovely chalet,
on the slopes a' boarding
can be quite rewarding
but please don't drop my liquid crystal display.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
9 Oct 2010 #10
i see the forum's Dubious Poets have returned. i had a thread about them many moons ago.

can't beat a hoar frost on a cold winter's day.

i like to see the river when it's frozen over.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
9 Oct 2010 #11
on the slopes a' boarding

Winter in Poland can be fun,
Skiing down powder with your hun.
With a flick of the board,
Comes great reward.
either that or you end up on your bun :)
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
9 Oct 2010 #12
i see the forum's Dubious Poets have returned. i had a thread about them many moons ago.

Some farking mod tossed it I bet...
:-)
OP Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #13
Just had another power cut here
It really interrupted my beer
i ran to assist with the candle light
to be met with hostlility was my plight
next time i'll just relax its my right!
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
9 Oct 2010 #14
Just had another power cut here

In blows the winter's storm
much harsher than the norm,
but you should have no fear,
WB's got dry wood and beer,
I'm sure he'll be comfy and warm.
OP Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #15
The snow and mountains await my dear
lets get those Ski's fitted and then apri-ski beer
she said "take a hike"
so i rented a mountain bike
next thing i know im in the clear
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
9 Oct 2010 #16
can't beat a hoar frost on a cold winter's day.

Nothing like a cold crisp morn,
With no bacteria or viruses airborne.
Chopping up logs to put on the fire
The flames licking the wood, is something to admire,
I had a better ending for this, I could have sworn...

Roasting some sweetcorn?

With my comfy old slippers worn?

But have a steady supple of wood, I have to warn?

Bugger.
OP Wroclaw Boy
9 Oct 2010 #17
Outside the winter temperature downward spirals
inside with the logs a burning defiance rivals
throw in some foil wrapped butter jackets
they'll be lovely and fluffy before you can say jimmy racket
This is what i call survival
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
10 Oct 2010 #18
Before the winter, we will give thanks
on the menu you wont find franks
in it's stead there will be turkey
and with wine our minds'll get murky
Canucks have Thanksgiving now, not the yanks.

Happy thanksgiving to our Canadian Posters...
wildrover 98 | 4,451
10 Oct 2010 #19
Well , i am hoping , fingers crossed ,
that there will not be so many frosts ,
last year i almost froze to death ,
will this year be my final breath..

Far away in a distant land ,
a Russian beauty waits my hand ,
I promised her i would not die ,
so better get some wood stacked high..

When Polands spring comes around ,
I,ll be on the road , Moscow bound ,
another country , another life ,
warm and cosy , with a Russian wife...

thats if i don,t freeze my bits off in an arctic winter....!!
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
10 Oct 2010 #20
Wildrover it seems is quite the rapper
no more will he need any old slapper
hes upping sticks and ending the discussion
he's heading east to marry a russian
to start his new life as an old fur trapper.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
10 Oct 2010 #21
Will we have the three week -10 like last year?

That's nothing. We had 1 month -20/-25 in Bialystok last winter. That was cold.

Wroclaw is one of the warmest cities in Poland.
OP Wroclaw Boy
11 Oct 2010 #22
We had 1 month -20/-25 in Bialystok last winter.

Even Moscow didnt see those temperatures during that period, here the average temperature was around -15, when i said three weeks of -10 i ment it didnt get any warmer for about three weeks it touched -20 numerous times in the early hours. Cold enough especially when you live in a house like mine.

In my opinion anything below -10 is bitter and difficult to feel the difference between that and -20. 0 to -8 is no big deal.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,387
11 Oct 2010 #23
Wroclaw is one of the warmest cities in Poland.

not this morning. there was frost in some areas. but you are right wroclaw is somehow warmer in winter.

here the average temperature was around -15, when i said three weeks of -10 i ment it didnt get any warmer for about three weeks it touched -20 numerous times in the early hours

when it got up to -5 a lot of people were saying how warm it was :)
FUZZYWICKETS 8 | 1,884
11 Oct 2010 #24
silly to inquire about Polish winters

they're comparable to the comfort of 1,000 splinters

sub-zero temperatures surely render no cheers

thank goodness for Zabkas always selling us beers

so if you choose to endure it buy your tea and soup

but it'll be without FUZZY, i'm flyin' this coop.
pgtx 29 | 3,159
11 Oct 2010 #25
i hope that December 2010 winter in Krakow-Polandia will be cold, and i would love to see there some snow and not only gray, dirty streets...

yay! i'm excited!
OP Wroclaw Boy
12 Oct 2010 #26
when it got up to -5 a lot of people were saying how warm it was :)

Thats BBQ weather in mid Feb.

i hope that December 2010 winter in Krakow-Polandia will be cold

I should think there will be plenty of snow this year.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
12 Oct 2010 #27
Tis 20c here yesterday, bloody drizzle the day like.
OP Wroclaw Boy
21 Oct 2010 #28
Snow showers forecast for later today and -2 tonight, plenty of snow showers for next week, its a bit early for that i reckon.
Ajb 6 | 232
21 Oct 2010 #29
We had some snow this morning, but it would seem to be over and nothing forecast for the next week..... i was hoping for an early start to the ski season :)
Bratwurst Boy 6 | 10,583
21 Oct 2010 #30
I've just heard in german TV the coming winter will be the hardest since 1000 years!
Black forest, Harz mountains already snowed in...
*gulp*...Ireallyneedmyhelmetback...


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