I am now officially phobic of Mondays.
We almost hit 43, that's Celcius, yesterday. Comfy, isn't it? :tongue2:
I'm so glad that I don't live in a desert.
High's in the 70's and lows in the 50's all week.
Yeah...I grew up in Minnesota, so to me, there's no such thing as too hot.
What really sucks, weather-wise, is that ended up going to grad school in the upper mid-west as well (though at least it's a few degrees south of where I used to live). Don't get me wrong, I love my new school in every other respect, but it just occured to me the other day that grad school was my chance to move somewhere warmer, and I didn't even apply anywhere in the South! Oh well...
It's gonna be pretty comfy around here
Wow - above the boiling point four days in a row.
I blame global warming/Al Gore.
Its around 80 in these parts, humid as all heck though.....which makes it worse.
Geez, yesterday I was out planting trees at a farm and nearly froze to death! There was a howling wind, and it was cold! I had on a sweater and jacket over top and gloves and I still thought I was going to freeze to death. Although I think I would rather that than having insanely hot temperatures like that!
If it makes you feel better,
There's gonna be some ****ed up weather going on this summer.
here it will soon be 95 every day, accompanied by 80 percent of moister. i can stand the heat, since it matters less when in shadow, and cold at night. high moister means: hot anywhere, anytime, and all the sweat... bah
Where's Johnny Carson when you need him?
Chumps. We've got highs in the 70s for the next 10 days.
We were supposed to get into the mid-70's yesterday. It reached 91 in the shade.
We are hovering in the sixties and low seventies with rain predicted on Tuesday.
Anything over 70F is too hot.
My thoughts exactly.
Hi.How are things in Pluto? :tongue2:
Today, we were supposed to get maybe 70 degrees. It's 78 in the shade right now. I shouldn't complain, but when it's too hot to split and stack firewood in early May, something is wrong. Yesterday, I split wood until late morning when the temps got to around 80, then I took out the Softail and ran some parsnips up to my dad. I wanted to keep riding and get some miles in, but when looked in the rear-view and saw how flushed my face was, I headed home. It was over 90 in the shade when I got back here. That's not too unusual in late July or August, but early May?!!! One year in high school I skied on the south face of a local kettle-hole (steep-walled depression in an esker) near my parent's place in June after school was out. I guess I could move from Maine to northern Quebec to enjoy the winters of my childhood.
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