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Acording to NOAA, Palm Springs, is at 122 degrees!!!!!!

 

 

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@teainlondon wrote:

Hi Kachina624. I also live in N GA. are you East or West?

 

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@teainlondon  I think you shouted out to the wrong person as I'm in New Mexico.

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We chilled down to 96° today after 103° yesterday, and the humidity is lower.  It makes all the difference with my evaporative cooler.  I'm quite comfortable today.

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In May it rained and rained and rained so we caught a break with the summer weather, everything is so nice and green (a weather man joked some might mistake our area for Ireland--LOL), BUT apparently Ms. Summer didn't like it so she came back with a vengence here in South Texas it's been in the 96-97 range with heat indexes over 100.....but now we've "cooled" down here in Texas to mid to lower 90's----bring out the jacket's Smiley Wink

 

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It's 116.8 right now on my patio in southern Nv. with 6% humidity.

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@Tyak  Yikes!  I feel for you.  The first summer I lived in Midland, Texas it got up to 120° in town.  That's why I was anxious to leave, although it's a lovely community.  Our humidity in Albuquerque is about 6% today too.  Do you use a swamp cooler?

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@loveschocolate wrote:

@Sharke, I meant for a visit. DH would want to move to Florida. Not me, no way. When I was in the military I lived in Louisiana for four years. Humidity was awful. 


I don't blame you. I'd NEVER live in Florida.

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It hit 94 degrees with enough humidity to be miserable here in the D.C. area.  I was wondering--do Europeans have to deal with oppressive heat and humidity in the summer, or do they just worry about excessive cold in the winter months?

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@Kachina624 wrote:

@Tyak  Yikes!  I feel for you.  The first summer I lived in Midland, Texas it got up to 120° in town.  That's why I was anxious to leave, although it's a lovely community.  Our humidity in Albuquerque is about 6% today too.  Do you use a swamp cooler?


No swamp cooler.  I don't think many people here in LV have them.

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@MickD wrote:

107 in SoCal!!! Feelin hot hot hot!


 

 

I got out just in time 😈

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