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Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Old Apr 2nd 2009, 4:01 pm
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Default Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Does anyone know the answer to this question ....
Just curious?

I know Brizzy is "hotter", but unsure as to its humidity
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Have a look at the weather for Auckland and weather for Brisbane

http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/93119.html

I find them both humid and I hate humidity. Turns things green in the cupboard
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by Kiwi-Irish View Post
Does anyone know the answer to this question ....
Just curious?

I know Brizzy is "hotter", but unsure as to its humidity
Thanks
Brisbane would suffer more from the humidity.

Auckland having coast on both sides has a nice breeze no matter which way the wind blows.

Always found Brisbane muggy but let that stop you moving there versus Auckland.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Apart from the weather I think it's an easy win for Auckland between the two.

Sydney or Melbourne are a completely different story though.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

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Apart from the weather I think it's an easy win for Auckland between the two.

Sydney or Melbourne are a completely different story though.

? You were saying how Perth was a boring place to be, Auckland makes Perth look like Las Vegas it's so boring. And the weather is just like England.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by Kiwi-Irish View Post
Does anyone know the answer to this question ....
Just curious?

I know Brizzy is "hotter", but unsure as to its humidity
Thanks
Brisbane can be humid during the 3 months of summer....bit it isn't the whole 3 months....just comes and goes. The rest of the year makes up for it with clear blue skies, dry and 20c in winter and usually awesome spring and autumn.

Not sure about Auckland....had no idea it could be humid....assumed it was always cold
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

I had a mate who was an ex-olympic kiwi triathlete who lived in Auckland, he spent three months working in Brisbane and said he could not believe the difference in humidity and how difficult it was for him to breathe when training. Those three months were from July to October
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

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I had a mate who was an ex-olympic kiwi triathlete who lived in Auckland, he spent three months working in Brisbane and said he could not believe the difference in humidity and how difficult it was for him to breathe when training. Those three months were from July to October
Those months can be extremely low humidity for Brisbane. A lot of people with bretahing issues, and skin problems, suffer then as the humidity can be as low as 10%.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

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I had a mate who was an ex-olympic kiwi triathlete who lived in Auckland, he spent three months working in Brisbane and said he could not believe the difference in humidity and how difficult it was for him to breathe when training. Those three months were from July to October
Did he mean he had difficulty in breathing from high humidity in Brisbane or low?
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Yeah, which as well? - thats interesting to know actually.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by fish.01 View Post
Did he mean he had difficulty in breathing from high humidity in Brisbane or low?
he was saying that he had difficulty to breathe due to the high humidity of Brisbane
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by sr71 View Post
Apart from the weather I think it's an easy win for Auckland between the two.

Sydney or Melbourne are a completely different story though.
I agree. Can't see why anyone would chose to live in Brisbane over Auckland.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by fish.01 View Post
Did he mean he had difficulty in breathing from high humidity in Brisbane or low?
July to October it couldn't be down to the high humidity - totally the wrong time of year, thats my point. You can go for weeks at the time of year with humidity below 30%. Not nice, very dehydrating, and equally hard to breathe, but for different reasons. .
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

We were in Brisbane a couple of years ago at the end of Jan/beginning of Feb and it was incredibly humid. We didn't experience any humidity in Auckland.
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Default Re: Which is more humid - brizzy or Auckland?

Originally Posted by Notts_bloke View Post
I agree. Can't see why anyone would chose to live in Brisbane over Auckland.
just a wild guess but possibly because they want to?
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