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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by Rudedawg, Jul 24, 2021.
It's a scorcher here today
2:53 PM Partly sunny
Feels Like 106°
AC just went on @12:52
Headed to 99 according to the TV fibbers
Been raining almost continuously. Today was beautiful, though. I finished rebuilding the porch and started putting a wooden floor in the garage so my tractor tires (with their $950 studded Finnish chains) don't grind the concrete garage floor to oblivion. Thank goodness for local sawmills and their endless piles of wet, rough-sawn lumber.
Typical for this time of year hear...hot...90-100, muggy, with rains showers most days or nights to cut the humidity.
Hot and dry.
Our entire province is pretty much on fire.
So much smoke, visibility is nil.
It appears we now only have two seasons in British Columbia, winter and fire. Sucks, can’t breathe, I have asthma.
Eerie red sun from a day ago.
It's hot and muggy during the day mid to upper 90's cool and clammy at night. It has been that way for a couple of months but it seems like forever. It's both oppressing and depressing. It saps the energy from you. But people in hell would trade for that in a minute.
93, dry, and smokey haze here.
First day we've seen the smoke, and we're less a hundred miles from the nearest big fire. Winds been blowing it all eastwards up 'til now.
91 degrees and high humidity. Heat index 103. Storms rolling in
In the 90s now. At 5 when our gig starts it will be 104.
Smokey off and on. Thankfully,mostly off. There is a giant fire in our area but, winds blowing it away.
NE New Jersey and NYC
Yesterday 7/23 and today 7/24
80-83 F, 50% humidity, mostly cloudy
Not bad, not bad at all
We had thick haze for the last week from Jet Stream born smoke from West Coast fires.
The sky looked white but not cloudy.
Todays Jet Stream Map
Incredibly lucky right now. Temps have been normal for July - high 70s/low 80s - skies are clear, nothing close is on fire. It’s been beautiful all month. Our fingers are firmly crossed.
Portland Oregon area- typical for this time of year. Clear skies, high 80s to lower 90s. Amazingly there' s not been any hint of smoke from the infernos south of us.
97 in Saint Louis
Considering our normal temp for this time of the year is 107.....and today was 82 (though humid, like the midwest)....not bad....and only low 100's next week with the humidity going down, so even that shouldn't be to bad....
Just got back from a week in San Diego where every day was in the mid to upper 70's.....and the breezes off the ocean kept it so comfy during the day and even at night..... though we did have bird try to fly into our room one night....might have to move to the coast....
It's hot as usual.
So far we've had some very good rains, the washes are full and the rivers(?) are flowing. I don't think we made it out of the 70s today. Much needed rain throughout the day.
Typical July evening in Phoenix... (this is the actual current weather in Phoenix on July 24, 2021). We have had a ton of rain over the past few days, humidity is very high.
up to **** as usual for this time of year. South coast life ftw.
Wettest July for 20 years. Seems like it's rained steadily for 3 weeks, which is especially hard to take since Perth is one of the sunniest cities in the world. It's been cold by our standards too, but that just means the temps dip down to 5 deg C (40 deg F) in the morning.