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.
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