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At least you all get a break from the heat at night. In Phoenix, we don't drop below 90 until midnight usually.
At least you all get a break from the heat at night. In Phoenix, we don't drop below 90 until midnight usually.You don't have humidity.
You don't have humidity.
You don't have humidity.I remember hearing a comedian riffing on the heat in AZ and the bit went something like this: "People say, 'Oh, but it's a dry heat!' Oh, yeah, that's just great, it's a dry heat. That means when my ass keels over on the sidewalk from the 120-degree weather all they'll need to do is pour water on me before I decompose into a pile of dust and I'll be able to get right back up."/in downstate IL, where they give the temperature twice in the summer//regular temp and the heat index - gotta love it
I worked for 8 hours today, with kids, in a stuffy apartment with a broken AC unit. It was 100F in NYC today.AND WE LIKED IT.
I only ran a mile and a half, but it's frankly lovely outside. I would have killed to have been at Wildwood in weather like this.
I only ran a mile and a half, but it's frankly lovely outside. I would have killed to have been at Wildwood in weather like this.Are you an extraterrestrial or something, how were you able to breathe?
I'm with Rym; hot weather is great for exercise, and being way out in the boonies I don't have to worry about air pollution.
The high ozone levels have nothing to do with the city.
Except that it's directly related to automotive emissions and other emissions associated with dense urban centers. >_>
Queensland - Beautiful One day, Perfect the next.(Repeat till thread dies.)