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Training log and the weather

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Apr 2013
3:08pm, 18 Apr 2013
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ChrisHB
Garmin has started recording the weather I enjoyed during my run: well, to be exact, the weather I would have enjoyed if I'd been running in a location called EGLL (which I happen to know is Heathrow). Good idea for Fetch? - we'd only have to note the rain for ourselves.
Apr 2013
3:19pm, 18 Apr 2013
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Naomi P
Don't you use the drop down boxes for temperature, rain and wind already? I find those quite handy to track the correlation of my mood to the amount of wind.
Apr 2013
3:19pm, 18 Apr 2013
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ChrisHB
I do mostly.
Apr 2013
1:59pm, 19 Apr 2013
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southcoastclaret
There seems to be a greater correlation with my wife's mood than mine to the amount of wind!
Dec 2013
9:26am, 23 Dec 2013
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GregP
I'd rather trust me than Garmin for the weather, tbh - although some more options would be nice - currently we can have windy or raining but not both, for example.
Dec 2013
9:44am, 23 Dec 2013
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ChrisHB
We can have both wind and rain in the training log.

I feel a need for "cool" between "perfect" and "cold". "Perfect" means summer kit, "cold" means fully covered, but there are stages in between.
Dec 2013
9:57am, 23 Dec 2013
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Aitken&TaitsDad
We could also do with a frosty/slippery to describe the road conditions
Dec 2013
9:59am, 23 Dec 2013
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GregP
Back to Chris's point - I log the current weather as 'warm' because it is - for December - but manifestly not for June.
Dec 2013
10:05am, 23 Dec 2013
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Christmas rose (hip)
I coulld do with "mud" as an option for surface :)

Agree that cool would be useful too

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