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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2005 10:51 am 
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Residents of New Delhi dance in a swimming pool, at a water park, to beat the summer heat June 12, 2005. With the onset of summer, many parts of India are facing heat wave conditions with the day's maximum temperature crossing over 45 degree Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit). REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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Damn, it is the beginning of the summer and 113 degrees. I wonder how hot it gets?

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Is it cyclical or man made? or a little of both??

We actually seem to be having cooler climate here in the Sonora Desert.

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my front yard - - - see the windmill - - - those are to keep air flowing during frost

we have had a very wet year - - and are no longer in drought conditions

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Residents of New Delhi dance in a swimming pool, at a water park, to beat the summer heat June 12, 2005. With the onset of summer, many parts of India are facing heat wave conditions with the day's maximum temperature crossing over 45 degree Celsius (113 degrees Fahrenheit). REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

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Damn, it is the beginning of the summer and 113 degrees. I wonder how hot it gets?


So what's the big deal? :?

Today in my neighborhood: :cool:

http://weather.noaa.gov/weather/current/KNYL.html

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Maximum and Minimum Temperatures
Maximum Temperature F (C) Minimum Temperature F (C)

113.0 (45.0) 102.0 (38.9) In the 6 hours preceding Jun 25, 2006 - 07:56 PM EDT / 2006.06.25 2356 UTC
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It would be interesting though to compare the humidity levels of both places.

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baemark wrote:
It would be interesting though to compare the humidity levels of both places.


For the last couple of days, it's been totally overcast and the official humidity level was 19%. Last night a storm rolled thru, lightning and thunder, and a pretty good spitting of rain. This morning is 87 degrees and 40%.

The power also went out twice, first time for two hours, second for four. The wife and I set in the dark, and cranked on the free play radio.

I've decided that 113 is a big deal. The power goes out. 100+ at midnignt with no a/c makes for crappy sleeping.

I hope this doesn't mean that our late summer monsoons have arrived early.

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baemark wrote:
It would be interesting though to compare the humidity levels of both places.


For the last couple of days, it's been totally overcast and the official humidity level was 19%. Last night a storm rolled thru, lightning and thunder, and a pretty good spitting of rain. This morning is 87 degrees and 40%.

The power also went out twice, first time for two hours, second for four. The wife and I set in the dark, and cranked on the free play radio.

I've decided that 113 is a big deal. The power goes out. 100+ at midnignt with no a/c makes for crappy sleeping.

I hope this doesn't mean that our late summer monsoons have arrived early.


Ours arrived briefly last week, went south for a few days, but came back in full force Sunday night. They don't have clothes dryers here in Korea (I think they're illegal), so you have to hang your clothes up. The problem with that is the air is so humid, it takes several days just to dry a t-shirt! This means your laundry really gets backed up. Ugh!

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Ours arrived briefly last week, went south for a few days, but came back in full force Sunday night. They don't have clothes dryers here in Korea (I think they're illegal), so you have to hang your clothes up. The problem with that is the air is so humid, it takes several days just to dry a t-shirt! This means your laundry really gets backed up. Ugh!

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When my uncle (USMC-Ret) was in Okinawa, they kept lights on in the closet to keep the clothes dry and mildew free. ecchh!

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Austin Nichols wrote:
baemark wrote:
Ours arrived briefly last week, went south for a few days, but came back in full force Sunday night. They don't have clothes dryers here in Korea (I think they're illegal), so you have to hang your clothes up. The problem with that is the air is so humid, it takes several days just to dry a t-shirt! This means your laundry really gets backed up. Ugh!

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When my uncle (USMC-Ret) was in Okinawa, they kept lights on in the closet to keep the clothes dry and mildew free. ecchh!


Good idea!! We have about 4 weeks straight of thick clouds and off and on rain. So mildew builds up pretty quick here, especially in the bathrooms that don't have windows or fans.

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