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Old 07-02-2018, 04:08 AM
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It's cool here in Florida.
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No thanks....iguanas and shitty pistachios....I'll tuff it out.

I'm a New Englandah!!!!

Great day all!!!
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looks like it will be hot across the board
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Off to Santa Barbara CA. for a while, beautiful out there
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Y'all have no idea of "hot."

Not to mention, we're at like 120 days now with no measurable trace of rain. Nearly all the cities and towns have cancelled their fireworks shows for the 4th because the place is a huge tinderbox just needing one spark.
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Dulce my Kid brother just moved out where You're @.
Loves it .Open carry .after Chicago must be heaven.
Tennessee is high 80's
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Originally Posted by vincentdivincenzo View Post
Dulce my Kid brother just moved out where You're @.
Loves it .Open carry .after Chicago must be heaven.
Tennessee is high 80's
People on the East coast migrate to Florida. People from the Midwest seem to migrate here. My wife and lots of friends are all from Chicago. The Cubs do Spring Training here and it's impossible to get a ticket. Go figure...
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Cold front coming your way. Hot as hell last two days. Took the girls to lake Michigan yesterday to beat the heat. Storms blew through last night and now we have a beautiful, breezy morning in the 60s. Gonna go get a haircut then run into west Marine in Petoskey for some epoxy. Taking the dog for a walk on the docks and pier. Should be warmed up when I get back to work on the boat.
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Originally Posted by Dulcecita Lures View Post
Y'all have no idea of "hot."

Not to mention, we're at like 120 days now with no measurable trace of rain. Nearly all the cities and towns have cancelled their fireworks shows for the 4th because the place is a huge tinderbox just needing one spark.

Yep. Been to Yuma in the summer. The thermometer was looking for a new job as an indoor thermostat. It was 120 in the shade and the evening breeze by the pool felt like a convention oven.
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It’s summer in New England. It’s supposed to be hot
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Yep. Been to Yuma in the summer. The thermometer was looking for a new job as an indoor thermostat. It was 120 in the shade and the evening breeze by the pool felt like a convention oven.
But...but....but it's a DRY heat, not supposed to feel hot!
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Originally Posted by Dulcecita Lures View Post
Y'all have no idea of "hot."

Not to mention, we're at like 120 days now with no measurable trace of rain. Nearly all the cities and towns have cancelled their fireworks shows for the 4th because the place is a huge tinderbox just needing one spark.

But no humidity.
Dew point is 60 here along with 92 degrees
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Dry heat is bragging rights right up to the heat stroke from dehydration.
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Dry heat is bragging rights right up to the heat stroke from dehydration.
or untill your skin melts off
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Originally Posted by Thalasso View Post
But no humidity.
Dew point is 60 here along with 92 degrees
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Dry heat is bragging rights right up to the heat stroke from dehydration.
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or untill your skin melts off
Precisely. I'm generally good to about 105. When we get to the touching or above 110 everyday where we are now, it's hell. Getting in your truck, even with tint and a sunshade is like crawling inside a pizza oven.

Summer is our winter. Everybody hunkers down against the heat. You only go out if you HAVE to! The only thing that gets us through this is knowing the rest of the year is so damned nice.
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Originally Posted by Lprizman View Post
No thanks....iguanas and shitty pistachios....I'll tuff it out.

I'm a New Englandah!!!!

Great day all!!!
what color clam chowder do you eat?
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Florida should be annexed to the highest bidder
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Originally Posted by Dulcecita Lures View Post
People on the East coast migrate to Florida. People from the Midwest seem to migrate here. My wife and lots of friends are all from Chicago. The Cubs do Spring Training here and it's impossible to get a ticket. Go figure...
I disagree. New Yorkers and New Jerseys usually stay East coast of Florida and midwesterners (Chicago/Wisconsin) seem to prefer West coast of Florida.
Don't know why. This Chicago boy likes the East coast with the prevailing trade winds. It's so much cooler than Charleston where we lived for 15 years.
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Just a little data for y'all's New England/Arizona pissing match.

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I'm headed out to the pool in a few minutes. Then a cool one, some soppa, cheese and crackers. Then maybe a nap. Wife is askin' what's for dinner?

Unbelievable, they just found all the boys that were trapped in the cave in Thailand. All are OK.
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