79F today -- it is raining today here after a month of 100 degrees up! Dallas
Oh here in Columbia, Missouri we had an awesome day. No humidity and the temp was at a perfect 80 degrees with a slight breeze. It's was truly a lovely day.
They're projecting 100 today, 102 tomorrow and 75 the following day. That time of year, I guess.
It was 107 to 110 in Phoenix over the weekend.
I'm back to balmy 92. No complaints...
Anyone from Vegas?
Europe? (Have not looked up the weather report from there.)
Or anyone else fron U.S.A. for that matter.
I have had enough and have decided to have fun with this.
Its 78 here right now but by tomorrow its supposed to be back in the 60s. This is like the coldest, rainiest summer I've had in years....that's what I get for living in Washington
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Today it's a wonderful, cool day of 72 degrees outside and a breezy 73 degrees inside. I can live with this in August.
I am going to take a half-hour break. I can't wait to see the temp then. And so it goes...
Edit: That is right. High noon.
Odd. 101 degrees. Shady now.
Edit: 11:45 AM.
ReEdit: So much for noon...
Where I am, we're supposed to peak in the low 80s today, and drop by twenty degrees tomorrow.
Was pretty warm in the UK, now we have the utterly worst rain in months, if not years. Going to be flooding if it doesn't stop
The worlds weather has gone mad in the last decade hasn't it
In a way, I don't want kids if this is how its going to be for now one... on a lighter note...Im well happy to be on hubpages heh
113 on my way home today, but the news will probably call it 111.
Only 98 here, but that is still hot enough... plus the air conditioner broke. Can't wait for autumn to come.
Send some heat up this way! Our trees are beginning to turn color already!
I'm still shivering from being caught in the thunderstorms.... brrrrrrrrrrr BRRRRRRRR!!!!
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