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Originally posted by GlennK:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Hot vs. Cold, give me hot every time.


I dunno, w+a. When cold, I can always put on another layer, hat, gloves etc. There are only so many clothes one can remove when it's hot before law enforcement gets involved. Eek There's just something really awful about a Washington DC summer day when it's 100 and humid. I just took a walk to another building in our complex (300 yard round trip) and it took 15 minutes for the sweat to evaporate and for me to cool down. Friggin' hate this heat. Mad

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I agree. I would take cold vs. hot any day. I can golf in the cold, I cannot golf in the heat, especially when its humid.

That said, I'm lucky to live in a place that is rarely to hot or to cold!


Well, I have no problem playing golf in the Florida Summer humid heat...mainly because its also a time when few people are on the course. It can take 5-5 1/2 hrs in the winter/spring to play a round.

Of course, plenty of cold beers and sunscreen are required Smile


Of course the beer
Have not been watching much news here in Santa Fe, but does seem much of the East is well above normal, and locals not happy. Razz

One of the many many things we enjoy about Santa Fe is the weather. Each day starts in the 50's with highs in the 70's most days. We have not dined indoors for lunch or dinner onetime thus far.

I hope the heatwave breaks soon for everyone.
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Originally posted by AllRed:
Lowest July daytime high temps in 30 years here in Chicago. Tomorrow's high temp is forecast to be 67, which would be a new record. I am loving this forecast...my kind of temperatures!

Yeah, we will be picnicking tomorrow (with wine) at Cantigny for a symphony concert. I didn't expect to be needing long sleeves!
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Originally posted by GlennK:
Looking forward to the fall so I can get back out on the golf course. If it's above 90 I don't play.



Do you find there's a close correlation between the temperature and your score? Smile
I do! I am a wimp in the heat and usually start drinking during the round too cool down which unlike most golfers actually makes me play worse.
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It's 87 degrees in my house and everything is melting down including the new baby.

Keep To Kalon at proper cellar temperature!!!


He named his baby To Kalon?


If it's good enough for a vineyard, should be good enough for my son.
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Originally posted by Danyull:
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Originally posted by thelostverse:
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Originally posted by fusionstorm:
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Originally posted by Danyull:
It's 87 degrees in my house and everything is melting down including the new baby.

Keep To Kalon at proper cellar temperature!!!


He named his baby To Kalon?


If it's good enough for a vineyard, should be good enough for my son.

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Originally posted by Danyull:
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Originally posted by thelostverse:
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Originally posted by fusionstorm:
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Originally posted by Danyull:
It's 87 degrees in my house and everything is melting down including the new baby.

Keep To Kalon at proper cellar temperature!!!


He named his baby To Kalon?


If it's good enough for a vineyard, should be good enough for my son.


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Originally posted by The Old Man:
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Originally posted by Board-O:
Just came in from the pool. It's beautiful here. 81

Enjoy your 6 to 8 weeks of livable weather.


I've been here since May 31st. Summers here are like summers in NY. It's all been liveable. And Florida isn't f*#ked up like California. Try getting your house in order. Don't be bitter because you can't swim in the ocean and your state is completely out of control. Have fun living on fault.
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Originally posted by BOMBA503:
And 35 F in San Diego this morning


I have to say on my one trip to SD in January of 2014, I was surprised at how cool it gets overnight. Pretty sure it was low to mid 40's every night. Is 35F actually exceptional?


January is typically the coldest month here as best as I can recall. It does dip into the 40s many nights but daylight temps in the 30s seem rare along the coast. Temps in the 90s are similarly rare even in summer.

Of course, it could also be 85 and sunny any day of the year if the weather conditions are right. They are right more often then not here.

As for the water it is amazing out here albeit chillier than back east. The water is generally clean and the waves are not only bigger but far more powerful. While I've never been much of a surfer there is a certain joy to body surfing on 4 to 6 foot waves in mid 70s water during Summer that I never experienced growing up back east. My friends who surf almost daily compare living here to being a skier and living in Steamboat Springs.

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