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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by D'Snowth, May 22, 2007.
Poor anymore, no one will take him...
I've been curious as to why you willingily moved out there in the first place.
For the record, I did not willingly move to the inside of a giant oven. I liked my igloo in Philly
I got up this morning, and my room was at 57, it was like a meat locker! Hoo-boy, I'm going to finally survive a summer!
I love meat locker status in a house! Congrats D'Snowth
It's called "I thought it was love". Happens to the dumbest of us from time to time. Glad you have your own meat locker, Snowth. Got any ribs in there?
Yep. Gimme a minute, and I'll grab the barbecue sauce, the ketchup, the fries, and the cole slaw.
I can't believe it...
Here it is, the beginning of June, the beginning of summer, and the temps are only in the low 70s today... not only that, but the same can be said for tomorrow, and in the next few days, we're looking at low-to-mid 80s for highs... I can't remember the last time anything like THAT has happened! The last several years by the time June rolls around, we're already having daily highs in the 90s and even into the 100s!
Someone hold me, I'm scared...
It's been a week since June officially started, as well as the un-official start to summer, yet surprisingly, we're STILL experiencing a current trend of temperatures in the 70s and 80s, which is HIGHLY unusual for these parts, because usually by now, we're already beginning to suffer with highs in the low to mid 90s, with a heat index around 105 or so (and the ironic thing is the low 80s is SUPPOSED to be NORMAL for us the beginning of June).
So anyway, just a few minutes ago on the local news, they were talking about this cooler than usual start to summer, compared to last year (which was a RULLY BAD summer), and as it turns out, it's another case of cause and effect: last summer, the weather was effected by La Nina, causing the summer to be as miserably hot as it was, HOWEVER, apparently this year, the weather is being effected by El Nino, which is giving us a comfortable summer this year... I'm telling you guys, we haven't had a comfortable summer since 2003, and of course, it rained a lot that summer, so that kept things comfortable as well... not sure if we're due to see a lot of rain this summer or not, but alls I know is a comfortable and decent summer for once? Thank God! Now I won't die and not come back to life until September/October again!
Ugh, lucky you. We've been having ninety degree weather (followed by thunderstorms) lately. The thunderstorm last night cooled things down a little bit. But I don't think it's enough to overshadow the hot days.
I knew it was too good to last.
I mean things were going well, we were starting off with a rather comfortable summer for once, which is virtually unheard of around here... but I guess it wasn't meant to be after all, because now we're back up in the 90s again, and it looks like it's going to stay that way for a while.
One thing that I don't get is this:
Why isn't Tennessee on that list? I mean seriously, the kind of weather we've had these past couple of weeks or so are actually supposed to be AVERAGE for us! Low 80s for June, mid 80s for July, high 80s for August, that's what an average summer is SUPPOSED to be for us, but anymore, it's anywhere between 90-105 for June, 105-115 for July and August, so why isn't Tennessee on this list?
It's probably because if you read the article carefully, the list is based on how much it changed from year to year, so TN must not have changed as much as those others. Also, it's not based on opinion, it's the top ten that had the biggest change, so TN could've been like number eleven or something.
So much for a comfortable summer this year, the heat is RULLY intensifying... and of course, leave it for the air condition to break down again.
Oh man I'm sorry, that's the worst. Our swamp cooler is our saving grace when it get's so hot.
The heat's really hurting the wildfire situation here.
We're supposed to hit 98 degrees sometime this week.
Yeah, same here... not looking forward to it.
We've got like ONE day below 90 this week, and that's about the only "relief" we're looking forward to...
Oh great, now we're in another drought again.
30 degrees C and I'm already dying from the heat.
I think tomorrow's forecasted to be our fifth straight day of over 100 degree weather.
Pff, that's nothing. You wanna talk about heat, try putting up with anywhere between 32 and 46C day after day, then we'll talk about heat.
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