Weather of The Isles

The weather here is often windy and rainy with bursts of divine sunlight in between the downpours.

The Isles of Orlend have a temperate climate with an uncommon chance of particularly extreme temperatures in the heights of winter and summer. The weather is mostly rainy, and thunder storms frequently strike the shores.   Storms are inspiring, magical, and exciting. They cause a frenzy of creativity and productive energy. In contrast, there are dull days where it's harder to have that creative flow. The skies are bland, the air unmoving (though some prefer these conditions to concentrate in).   There's often sea fog that rolls in off the coast and fills the cobbled city streets. Mornings can look quite eerie. It doesn't last for long however, as The Isles are subject to strong winds, too. Many upper class citizens favour walled gardens to provide hot-spots and shelter from the gales.   Autumn is the predominant season here, being ever so slightly longer than the other months (or so it appears). Layers are a common feature in fashion trends.   Snow is rare due to the salty coastal environments, especially in the south of the islands, but when it does fall heavily the trade stops for the day and folks go out to play (or stay warm inside).

These temperate isles are home to beautiful rolling hills, glistening lakes and breathtaking coastlines. The weather here is often windy and rainy with bursts of divine sunlight in between the downpours. The seasons come around like clockwork and temperatures never seem to be too severe, but unfortunately the coasts are prone to being battered by monsterous waves and howling gales during the colder months.

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