And I'm melting. Tomorrow my butts at the beach. I may even dip my big toe in Long Island Sound.
Before summer officially started we'd already had a dozen days over 100°.
On average we have 70 days of at least 100°, 35 days of at least 105° and seven days of at least 110°. I suspect we'll have higher than usual temperatures this year, again. We're in the about the middle of what's turned into a 30-year drought and it seems to get hotter and hotter.
today in Toronto it was 38 C (100 F).. considering my comfort zone ends at 25C (77 F) I was not a happy camper. On the bright side we had a nice thunderstorm today.
This shit is a cake walk compared to last year. 96 F? Pfft, it was 113 this time last year.
So is the oven in your kitchen. Set it at 100°+, curl up in there and see how you like it. I'll check on you every few hours.
Add in the gulf moisture blowing hellbent out of TexAs and it's like an air tunnel from hell around here. 117 last year, just 5 degrees from the all time record high.
It was bad, really bad. It was over 100 for 6 weeks. I removed debris in Joplin MO in that heat. Red cross workers etc were dropping like flies.
Here in my part of the country, we haven't had a day above 70. Mostly around 65-68.
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