Okay, let's get to some serious whining. Bishop, California baked at 104 Farenheit today.
All sob stories welcome!
Sorry to hear that Lorlie. I do hope you were inside and cool. The temp here was warm, but not hot enough to turn on the air.
So, I guess I have no rant about the weather today.
Sorry, in Saudi Arabia, just nudging 50degrees C today, that is 125 in old money for those still using F... Do I win?? Sat in room with three ACs and two fans running, still sweating at my laptop...
You sure you arent a missionary and that is a pot you are in -not your room ?????
Is a beautiful 37 here in the day and 27 at night with a nice cool breeze occasionally. Been out on our 'silent death' electric scooter where the speed is decided by the correct ventilation breeze up my shorts trouser legs
Midday nap is normal now and we will be off out again later to swim in the river upriver of town.
Currently a wonderful warm 4C right here in Melbourne this evening, thats errrrrr 39F for the Northern Hemisphere folk.
Yep LeanMan-you win the prize. However I don't have any in stock at the moment, so I'll just shed a couple of tears for you, okay?
No point shedding a tear here, will just join the beads of sweat running down your face... lol
Hey we are July hot here on the Costa Blanca. No idea the true temperature but my thermometer here in front of my laptop hasn't dropped below 30 day or night. The humidity is high. Can't move without sweating. Can't sleep. The fans blow hot air but can't leave them running all night because electricity is too expensive. Aircon? You're having a laugh!
August is worse
Y'all should come to the central Oregon coast. Right on the ocean, if the thermometer hits eighty, it's considered hot. Been here 12 yrs. and still too cold for me.
That's funny, we hit 104 in Toronto too, or as we Canadians call it 40C
I love it, I prefer extreme's either cold enough to snow or hot enough to melt and swim
It was only 92 in the shade yesterday - but for me that is hot - not used to it. Not acclimatized even though I've lived in this climate for 40 years! It is just that we'll have several days of cool foggy weather - have to wear a jacket in the morning and evening and then it gets very bright, very sunny and temps up into the 90s - so one cannot get accustomed to it. So far this summer I haven't gotten the usual summer cold which makes me miserable - knock on wood!
We had a nice day of cool rain, but are back to heat. Not too bad yet, hasn't even reached 90, but tomorrow is forecast to be worse.
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