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Old 08-10-2011, 10:46 PM   #1
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High today was 80, right now it is 56.
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George West, TX..5PM.....108* in the shade.... and this was on 2 therms...
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:32 AM   #5
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George West, TX..5PM.....108* in the shade.... and this was on 2 therms...
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here in Texas it often requires 2 thermometers because one can't measure all of it
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The official forecast for this weekend in Boise, ID is "scorching"....LOL

Thankfully we're headed west and should hopefully hit cooler temps at the Oregon coast.
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:39 AM   #7
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Didn't you buy one of the Texas thermometers? Us in the north east refer to them as oven thermometers.
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Old 08-11-2011, 10:23 PM   #8
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In Madison, WI, I actually had to put on a windbreaker last night because it was chilly out. Temps here today were in the low 80s. Amazing weather here this week, rain possible Friday and the heat resumes after we leave!
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At the moment it's 82. Been partly cloudy most of the day but can't compleain as the weather forecast for today called for RAIN all day. Weatherman got another one right. Well I just washed my car sooooo that will probably bring the rain tomorrow for it is forecast to be sunny ALL DAY. Oh I should say where I am. Traverse City, MI.
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The weather in Myrtle Beach is 90 degrees but with 50% humidity. The Heat Index (THI) is low because of the low humidity but that's about to change. Over the next few days we will see a rise in humidity, the THI and the chances for rain look better for Friday and Friday evening.

Extremely high THI in the 105 to 110 range are not forcast such as those that we were getting in July.
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It is soooo hot, chickens are laying omelettes
It is soooo hot, the corn stalks are popping
It is soooo hot, trees are fighting over dogs
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Eastern Carolina 91 with 58% humidity. The coolest it has been in weeks.

Plop Plop fizz fizz.... oh what a relief it is
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