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    Did I just see someone talking up a 108 heat index? Bueller?

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    Got up to 98 in NYC yesterday.Same is forecast for today.Cold front is supposed to come through tonight to cool things off.So far Con Ed has kept the juice flowing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Got up to 98 in NYC yesterday.Same is forecast for today.Cold front is supposed to come through tonight to cool things off.So far Con Ed has kept the juice flowing.
    We hit 98 in central Va. yesterday. Went to Marty Stuart / Steve Miller concert last night (outdoor venue). They moved the start time 1 hour so by the time everyone arrived the venue was mostly in the shade.. picked a great spot for our chairs and had a breeze all evening..

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    Got up to 98 in NYC yesterday.Same is forecast for today.Cold front is supposed to come through tonight to cool things off.So far Con Ed has kept the juice flowing.
    Even though temps have been in the 90's all week, I picked up a brand new snow shovel at the Goodwill this week for $5. Gotta get em when you see em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    Did I just see someone talking up a 108 heat index? Bueller?
    It's all relative.......here, around 10% relative. Seriously though, that 108 heat index was only 1 day. Compare that to a 4 day weekend back east.

    Here's the thing: the humidity east of the Rockies moderates temperatures, and limits them to the upper 90s during a heat wave. If all that humidity was to evaporate, it would *BE* 110, 115, 120 in places like NYC, Philly and DC during a heat wave. One way or the other, everyone feels the heat. I personally prefer the way in which my clothes aren't dripping with sweat when I get home.

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    Even though temps have been in the 90's all week, I picked up a brand new snow shovel at the Goodwill this week for $5. Gotta get em when you see em.
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    So Vic, how are the iguana popsicles this year?
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    Newfoundland, Canada - got 70 centremeters of snow on the weekend. Shut the city down. Military in a recovery plan.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moecurlythanu View Post
    So Vic, how are the iguana popsicles this year?
    It was 39F yesterday morning. Not as cold this morning. Don't think I've ever seen iguanas around my neighborhood but I do see them often around canals (and roadkill).

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    I Denmark there hasn't been one snowflake yet, only rain, hardly a single night with frost.
    It has been a record year. Mud everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    It was 39F yesterday morning. Not as cold this morning. Don't think I've ever seen iguanas around my neighborhood but I do see them often around canals (and roadkill).
    They showed it on the news last night. Iguanas in Florida freezing stiff and falling out of the trees.

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    Right, people think they're dead but once they warm up a little they wake up. It's common down here. When I had mango trees I'd see 'em in my yard. All I see now are cats, possums, ducks, and ibis. And anoly lizards.

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    Vic2012, don't you think that a lot of things happen because of astrology things, star movements? For example, on this website ( here: https://www.zodiacsigns-horoscope.co.../gemini-virgo/ ) I have found a lot of evidences how zodiac signs can affect on human bodies and human lives as well. You can read and make some conclusions for yourself, if you're interested in it.
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    I heard this might be the first February since recording weather that Baltimore hasn't had any snow.
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    This winter, Boston's had just 15 inches of snow so far, 0.5 inches in Feb, while in 2015 we topped 110 inches of snow.
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    Meanwhile here in the desert, we've had a good soaking this winter.
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    Pretty big snow storm yesterday in Ottawa (Canada) - bout 30 centimeters.
    What can this strange device be? When I touch it, it brings forth a sound.

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    About 49 duh-greez down here this morning. I think I like it.

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