What do you do when wheather is too hot?
is really hot in here, I have no conditioned air
I like to drink cold beer. Not usually whilst at the computer ...
I live in Texas...it's hot here. We usually hit temps over 100 in the July timeframe. The fact that it is hot is a function of two things...heat and humidity and we have both here. We have warm temps created by large lingering high pressure systems and we have a draw of gulf moisture which drives up the humidity level. Humidity is somewhat like wind chill in that it makes the real temperature feel even worse. With the humidity, a 100 degree day in Dallas is very uncomfortable if you are outside. That's what too hot is all about! WB
Wear less clothes. Sit in front of a fan. Use a spray bottle. Apply an ice pack on my neck. Swim in the pool or ocean.
by Vimesh Ummer.U 5 years ago
How we could resist heat and humidity in summer..?its too hot here....
by Steve Andrews 2 years ago
Just wondering because I suffer from the horrible condition and had a bad attack last week. The first time it happened to me I thought I was going blind. They can be scary unless you know what is happening.
by harmony155 6 years ago
What is the temperature in your city today?It is a blazing 105 degrees in Atlanta, Georgia!
by Sherry Hewins 6 years ago
Would you rather be too hot or too cold?
by SPetkovsek 9 years ago
Okay, so as a real Texan (born here and lived here all my life), I am amazed at how hot it really has become in the summer. I can remember it raining every day in the summer time and then having the humidity about knock you down. Now we have gone 20+ days without a drop of rain. ...
by Abelardo Lara 2 years ago
What would be an item you would like to buy?What do you think guys, what would be an item you would like to buy, describe what would you like it to do too! It might be fun!
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