Nubes dispersae

Without question you want to know what the weather is here in Rome, in Latin. There is a handy site you can consult that reports on the weather here and many of the terms in the template are given latine! Check it out.

"But Father! But Father!" you say, "what are the conditions now?"

52.0 °F / 11.1 °C
Serena

Umor: 90%
Frigus in quo Ros apparet: 50 °F / 10 °C
Ventus: 1.0 mph / 1.6 km/h from the Magis Aquilo quam Zephyrus
Venti Impetus: 3.0 mph / 4.8 km/h
Pressio: 29.75 in / 1007.3 hPa

Tomorrow? Nubes Dispersae. Maximum: 66° F. / 19° C. Ventus Magis Zephyrus quam Auster 8 mph. / 14 km/h.

 

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One Response to Nubes dispersae

  1. Andrew says:

    What? No one answers to this? Nil dicendumst? Proh pudor!

    Status caeli mutatur semper.
    Post fervores aestatis intepescunt nunc dies autumnales.
    Et, sicut dicit Ovidius:
    ‘Nostra quoque ipsorum semper requieque sine ulla/
    corpora vertuntur, nec quod fuimusve sumusve,/
    cras erimus; [] fletque senior, cum spectat inanes/
    illos, qui fuerant solidorum mole tororum /
    Herculeis similes, fluidos pendere lacertos;/
    flet quoque, ut in speculo rugas aspexit aniles.[]/
    Tempus edax rerum, tuque, invidiosa vetustas,/
    omnia destruitis vitiataque dentibus aevi /
    paulatim lenta consumitis omnia morte!

    Senilis iam appropinquat tremulo passu hiems horrida.