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Thread: Obligatory "It's hot out there" thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleP View Post
    That must be one of the most awesome places on earth! I would be totally happy with 70.
    Boyfriend and I are considering moving to Ecuador and I'm leaning towards Quito, the capitol city. The high temperature is around mid-60s with a low of around the low 50s. Year round. Sounds heavenly to me.

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    I'm the crazy guy that likes 100 degree heat to an extent. It makes lake water feel really good, and it makes the nights warm and great. As long as sunburn doesn't happen, I can work outside in the heat too. I'm also a big fan of humidity because it keeps my skin moister.

    Also, I don't mind it when girls start wearing less clothes either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    110*F today, before heat index. Don't expect it to be below 100*F for a high for the next few months unless we have storms push through.
    I remember all those summer nights as a kid in Killeen - family had no pool, no AC, and lived in a cracker box that just channelled all the heat. We would sleep on a cotton sheet on the floor, most of us mostly naked, so we could catch the air flow from the one oscillating floor fan the parents bought. It was miserable.

    The only consolation was knowing that periodically a good thunderstorm system would roll through. And even that came with a price - after the flash floods were gone, we would have to clean up the whole backyard since we had a crick in the back (which would flood) and the chain-link fence around the yard would catch just all kinds of crap floating in the water... tires, garbage...

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    Here in Western Washington summer hasn't even started yet. It is piddling down rain and 56 degrees. I've had a hard time getting enough dry days to work on my garden. No heat here.

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    Sweet sunny south is mean as hell these days.. we need RAIN and not 104 degrees.
    Imagine how ocean water is heating up with these temps so early; hurricanes waiting to happen.

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    I live in Dallas TX.... Summer means at least 30 days, usually in a row, of 100+ temps. July and August feel like HELL!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czalmanoff View Post
    I live in Dallas TX.... Summer means at least 30 days, usually in a row, of 100+ temps. July and August feel like HELL!!
    I hear ya.
    Durp.

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    It's going to be 104 today, 106 tomorrow. I'm fine and happy to go outside and walk when it's 96 or even 100, but I'm cooped up inside, going crazy. I'm going to go see Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter tonight, that should be fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenn View Post
    Global Warming is hitting us hard
    Must be anthropogenic.

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