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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Mike Money, Jul 13, 2005.
Seriously. Its 108 degrees here today.
what's the humidity level and the heat index?
YOU GOT NOTHING BROTHA!
:Take that back.. 119:
And it's Celsius, to boot.
108 is hot, but it's been 112-117 here in Phoenix, as per usual.
Y'all think that's bad, try 106 in Orlando....
...think 90%+ humidity, and you'll get the idea...
I think the heat index was up around 130...
...and I was workin' outside in it.
With the fire my boss lit under my butt today, it feels like it's well over 200..
I grew up in So. Calif used to 110 to 120 degree summers. One day a few years ago I got a call from one of my sons who was working on an underwater archeological site on the south Turkish coast near the Syrian border. He said it had hit 55 degrees Celsius that day. I was astounded. That's like 144 or 145 Fahrenheit! He said he was very pleased to be working under water instead of on land.
It would be even hotter in the kitchen at Macca's, no?
Serves you right for living in BAKErsfield.
I went biking today up at Mount Snow (VT) and it was around 80-85 all day
Hey, we still have snow in the San Juan Mountains from about the 11,000 foot level all the way to the top and I had to ride my horse through a good size snow bank in the shade last week end on Grand Mesa at about 10,000 feet. However the temperature in Grand Junction, where I work most of the time, hit 102 today. Luckily I live and sleep at 6,200 feet where it is about 5 degrees cooler.
It's a slightly chilly 69 degrees in my room alllllll day.
Colorado is great isn't it? it's been in the upper 90's all week unfortunately and I feel like I'm going to bake to a crisp... I really hate the heat with a passion. Steamboat springs was really nice the 4th weekend.. much cooler than Denver.
I'm going to Vegas tomorrow ... supposed to be 112.
Felt like it was snowing yesterday here in missouri. We're in the middle of a hurricane!
T'was mighty hot for me today when lugging my Yorkville XS400 combo all over hell's half acre for an outdoor gig -- the ground was too uneven (lots of ups and downs and a staircase) for my cart to be of ANY use. Then came hauling the DB, then my drummer's cymbal hardware bag...*shudder*
At least we played in the shade!
Somewhere in the 80s here today, that's hot for the UK.