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Old 07-15-2006, 04:33 PM   #1
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While the rest of the country is suffering from triple digit temps and heat indexes, it's 91 in central Idaho right now, with 14% humidity and a nice breeze. It will go down into the 50's tonight.
About 75% of this state is public land.
Just my 2 cents worth for the day. Oh, and be sure to keep your refrigerator on the shady side. You food will stay colder and you'll use less gas.
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While the rest of the country is suffering from triple digit temps and heat indexes, it's 91 in central Idaho right now, with 14% humidity and a nice breeze. It will go down into the 50's tonight.
About 75% of this state is public land.
Just my 2 cents worth for the day. Oh, and be sure to keep your refrigerator on the shady side. You food will stay colder and you'll use less gas.
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Old 07-16-2006, 01:26 AM   #3
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Ah, Doggie, 91 is tooooooooooooooooooooo hot!!!

Right now, it's 15'C/60'F going into the 20's/80sh. 80 I find hot. Nice to have a bit of cool weather for a change.

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Old 07-27-2006, 09:39 PM   #4
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Funny how the weather can change here in South Central Idaho.
We have had record heat over 100 every day.
one day it was 107. Last 2 years it has been the same. Go 60 miles to the north of us and it drops about 15-20 degrees.
Winters are cold below freezing most of the time. We head south.
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I'm at a CG in Marsing, ID and it's been over 100 for the past three days and predicted to be in the mid 90's for a week. I thought Idaho was supposed to be cool

Come oooonnnnn winter

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Old 07-31-2006, 07:56 PM   #6
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This is my first time in ID and it appears that there are a few "cool zones", one from Arco over to Bellevue/Hailey/Sun Valley and on over to Fairfield and the others are down by Oakley and Rogerson.
Then the I84 corridor is hot from Idaho Falls over to Boise.
BUT, I am getting this info from weather.com and I don't know how accurate it is.
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And I'll take 20% humidity over 80% every time.
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