It's B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L here in the East, 86 degrees for a high today, 67 or so in the mornings. I can feel for you-all, we had almost a month of high 90's in June-july. Just love my North Carolina!!! Charles :shakehands:
104 right now expected 108-110. Helped my parents load there U-haul Yesterday for there move to Dallas, Or. It was 106 when I got to there house to start loading. At least it will be cool in Oregon when they get there.
Come on.... 92 yesterday morning with a high of 112 during monsoon high humidity. The weather lady actually said we were cooling down today to 108 degrees with mid to upper humidity. We are looking to be 100 + to atleast Halloween, just like last year...
I saw that on the news a couple of days ago. But we haven't had record high temps, and only one or two days above 100º, and we usually have more than that. To me, it's just been a bit hotter than normal every morning. They're measured the "hottest" month by taking all the highs and lows, and averaging them.
This little "cool spell" won't last long, but we'll occasionally get a bit more relief over the next few weeks. If we're not interrupted by some tropical weather.
It has been in the 100`s here for awhile. Today is the first day we haven`t hit 100 in a few weeks. High today around 85. Sure makes working in the shop a lot nicer. Yall feel free to keep those temps in Ca. for another week or so, we won`t mind that much.
But, having lived in both Dallas and Houston, and travelling to surrounding places, I have always maintained that the energy in the air is not different. If there's more water (humidity) in the air, the temperature doesn't go quite as high, but it certainly feels the same. Bottom line it's hot. And it's not exactly humidity free in N. Texas either.
Today's high in Houston was 99*, but the dew point was 63*. It's been closer to 80* most of the last few weeks. Actually felt good.
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