An image from my car yesterday @ 4:30 pm
Very cool, @paul
Reminds me of the theme song for Hell's Kitchen.
I can tie that and I was in Eugene Oregon. It was the Highest I have ever seen it. at 5 PM.
110 earlier this week in DFW area. Stay cool/hydrated.
Was a scorcher here in the mountains today, too. Nearly topped 76°F before the rains came in!
108 in NorCal!
I've just got back from holiday in Las Vegas, always between 110-116°F (43-45°C means more to me!)
Back in the UK to 80°F (27°C) and thunder storms.
Still HOT !!! next few days
Yeah... it's the way to kool down
What UV levels do you guys have?
Beautiful Sacramento sky.
In my view it is men kind is cause for making weather hot, later they complaint weather is hot.
Yes,, there are way too many of us.. Last I heard, about 3 billion too many for the planet.
Christian Chu wrote: Still HOT !!! next few days
Christian Chu wrote:
I notice it doesn't give the prospective humidity levels on that forecast. Try those daytime temperatures with humidity in the neighborhood of 95%. And just for fun, have the nighttime temperatures not get much below 80°.
Come on dude....really?
Update at 1:00 pm
Rubén Rodolfo Balderrama wrote: Come on dude....really?
Rubén Rodolfo Balderrama wrote:
Nice place to be from.
I think Ruben might have been referring to what I said.. If so then,,, Yes really... I have a plan to eliminate the 3 billion but that is not for this forum. Like Mick Jagger said.. "You will never make a saint of me."
You Rules Buddy!
Humidity makes a big difference. I worked in North Dakota for part of two summers about 20 years ago. 100° there felt comfortable to me after coming from the high humidity of southeast Texas. I could work outside there all day and my shirt would still be dry. Back home, doing the same work in the same temperature, it would have been soaked through by 8:00 am, and stayed that way until I took it off.
Yeah... same dry heat in SoCal
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