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It's Dammmm hot out.
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Posted 7/14/14
just moved from yuma to show low.
yuma is not as bad as phoenix. 105 is my limit for anything out side. past that i dont do anything.
yuma is eaiser (yuma, 4 horus SW of phoenix) to deal with mostly cus the fields. a nice 5 degree drop, esp at nite.

right now in show low (northern az) the high is like 89 and nites get cold
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I just got back from Vegas...
it was uhh... a bit warmer than I thought.
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I live in KS, where we tend to go by the philosophy of "Don't like the weather? Wait 5 mins, it will probably change."

YES it is an exaggeration, but only slightly. It was 85 when I woke up this morning, hit 105 by like noon. Then it rained. Now at midnight, it is almost 60 outside.

The entire week has been like this, the entire next week is suppose to be like this. Thought I think it is suppose to be slightly warmer this weekend...
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I live in Colorado so the weather is bipolar. I just stay inside and turn the fan on, I hate summer
Posted 7/14/14
I live in New Mexico and the weather is rather nice right now. It's been cloudy all week with the occasional rain storm. Prior to this though, the temperature has been anywhere from 95-105 degrees.
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Posted 7/14/14
Where I am I guess it doesn't get as bad as other places.

At the moment during the day it usually goes up to 80 - 90 degree weather, then cools down to around 60 - 70 degrees at night.
Meanwhile I stay in my room with my wonderful air conditioner as my room turns into some kind of freezer while I continue to have no life. It's enjoyable.
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Posted 7/14/14 , edited 7/15/14
Meh. I don't consider temperatures in the eighties or nineties to be all that bad. I'm even alright with temps in the hundreds; however, when it's also extremely humid, that's when I begin to consider temperatures miserable.

I'll frequent the shade whenever possible, may keep myself moving to make use of my own air flow, turn on a fan or two, open windows, go outside to exploit the free-flowing air, strip down, drink plenty, and/or simply do nothing and tough it out. My home doesn't have air-conditioning. It was built in the 1920's, and was last given a complete renovation in the 70's.

1) Last year was the most recent, with temperatures close to 104. Indoors. I was working in and around circuit breaker panels during an already-hot day, inside a building with poor air flow for roughly nine hours. The location, not the weather, made it especially hot and borderline unbearable. It was extremely stuffy. There were plenty of water bottles on hand, so it wasn't too bad.

2) A period of two weeks, directly following Hurricane Katrina. I was living in Florence, MS. Temperatures spiked to the upper 90's and lower 100's after she passed, and most were without power. We had a generator, which was reserved for some lights. At one point, a helicopter landed to distribute ice, which was fun to see. It cooled down decently at night, though. Honestly, the swarms of love bugs that were blown up-state by Katrina were the only thing that I found horrendous. It wasn't an unusual sight to see them blanketing doors and windows. They died in droves, too. We were still finding and cleaning up love bug carcasses two years later.
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Posted 7/14/14 , edited 7/14/14
LOL Here in Latin America in Panama Humidity is 96% with temperature of 36C so You can feel the sweat out if it even in closed doors environment.
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Posted 7/14/14
Living in the Central Valley in California just means you get dry heat in the mid to high 90's all day, and if I get lucky it get to be in the hundreds
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Posted 7/14/14
I don't mind the heat. In fact I have yet to even get sunburned. The hottest temp I've experienced is 130 degrees farenheit when my family and I were lost in the Mojave dessert on our last Las Vegas trip. I hear this is one of the hottest places on earth.
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Posted 7/14/14 , edited 7/14/14
I live in phoenix Az, I can stand the heat but when its humid out side like it was today, I AM DYING!!!!
I dont know how people in humid places live! I will take a dry heat of 120 degrees over any were in the
70 degrees with a 20 percent dew point.
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Posted 7/14/14
brahhhhhhhhhh (falls out)..lol I live in baltimore and its steaming out this piece....
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Posted 7/15/14
Here in India it get so hot the skin on your feet will melt as soon as you touch the ground!
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Posted 7/15/14 , edited 7/15/14
I live in Australia, so it's Winter right now. The temperature right now is 12 degrees, or 53.6 degrees Fahrenheit (since most of you are in America and don't use the metric system).

I don't really like summer. I sometimes enjoy the sun beating down on me and going to the beach and frolicking about in the water like a loner. (I'm scared of depths so my friends often go deep into the water and I kind of just stay around thigh-deep water). I mainly stay inside, trying to keep cool.

Summer in Australia is an average of 40 degrees, or 104 degrees Fahrenheit. We've had heat waves in 2008, 2009, 2013 and 2014. I think the highest temperature we've had in my city was 45.7 degrees, or 114.3 degrees Fahrenheit.
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And I am inclined to agree with the disagreeableness of warm weather. Anything higher than 20 °C (68 °F) and I start to perspire. Then there are insects, in higher temperatures they flourish and congregate into pestilent clouds of biblical nuisance. Summer is unforgiving in Southern California. Conditions of traffic in 30+ °C heat, urban heat island effect, and 300+ days of sunshine compound to create the equivalent of an inferno to a person acclimated to colder weather, such as myself.
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