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It's Dammmm hot out.
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Posted 7/15/14
It was 100 degrees today and my family and I went for a bike ride. Its all relative to what climate you are used to. When I first moved to Texas it was a really hot summer and I was miserable but after living here for a while I'm able to tolerate it much more
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26 / F / New Jersey, USA
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It's 73 degrees where I live but it is rainy. The weather in New Jersey can go from bad to worse only not as worse as some places.
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38 / M / Bellingham WA
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I am from Atlanta, Georgia so I grew up used to 98*F and 100% humidity. I've been in Washington state for the last 5 years and now 80*F is unbearably out in the sun. It's been in the high 80's the last couple weeks and I work in a warehouse that hits 95*F with high humidity. Heat sucks.
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23 / M / Australia
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Posted 7/15/14 , edited 7/15/14
Hot? HOT?! You're posting about it being hot?! IT'S WINTER HERE IN AUSTRALIA. I'M FREEZING MY ASS OFF.
I'd Kill for those temperatures!
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26 / M
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HuastecoOtaku wrote:

Here's our weather for the week. This is considered "cool" weather.




LOL.

I'm sorry. That is just.....


I commend you arizonians.
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F / New York City
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Posted 7/15/14 , edited 7/15/14
It's 83 degrees here I feel bad for you who are stuck in 100 degrees
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41 / M / Georgia, USA
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I stay inside with the shades drawn, the AC set to 70F, and my favorite Anime running in the background. What use does a hikkikomori have for "outside"?
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22 / F / Michigan
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That polar vortex tho

Usually summer isn't too bad--temps range from the lower 70s to the mid 80s. I live right by Lake Superior so that helps with keeping the temps from getting really high.
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26 / M / Inside Lorreen's...
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At the moment, it feels like early spring or mid fall here in KS. 65F and is only suppose to get up to like 72F today.
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28 / F / SC
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i live in southeast USA. every day in the 90s (32C). humidity sky high. can't breathe outside. bugs & snakes everywhere. even gators if you go down far enough. 100 degree weather (38C) isn't unusual.

well i hate winter and cold so i'm fine lol
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25 / M / U.S.
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That polar vortex tho

Usually summer isn't too bad--temps range from the lower 70s to the mid 80s. I live right by Lake Superior so that helps with keeping the temps from getting really high.

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26 / M / Corner of Moon &...
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Says its 89 Degrees right now but it doesnt feel it. The sky is cloudy & theres a nice breeze outside so its pretty nice today. Does look like its gonna rain tho
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20 / F / Florida
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I live in Florida. There is no escape from the heat. It doesn't usually get too far over 100 F where I live, but the humidity turns it into a sauna. It was around 96 F at seven o'clock this morning, and there's been afternoon thunderstorms literally every day for the past two weeks. This state is hell. I don't understand why anyone would want to live here. I just want to move back to Russia so I can see snow again.
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22 / M
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Its 93 where I live in Texas. I don't go out much though so I'm good.
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103 / Candyland
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Posted 7/15/14 , edited 7/15/14
We don't have AC in my house because it's old. We try to have at least a fan in each room. Sometimes the house is hotter than it is inside! I still stay inside with ice cream.

The hottest it has ever been is 100ºF/38ºC.
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