Its Fu$ken hot!!!!!

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Originally posted by mareff:
My new thermometer reads above 120 degrees in the Sun. I know a new record was broken in Central Park, but 120 degrees, what is this Texas weather in NY???


Maybe this gadget needa an adjustment. Its only 82 here in the hot south Big Grin
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Originally posted by wineismylife:
Ask Rick Smith. One of the hottest summers I ever experienced was NYC during a heat wave. You guys flat out suck at air conditioning.



hotter than Texas??? It is the cement playgound that everyone likes to come visit which makes it so HOT!
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Originally posted by mareff:
My new thermometer reads above 120 degrees in the Sun. I know a new record was broken in Central Park, but 120 degrees, what is this Texas weather in NY???


If you want hot, see Arizona or Vegas.

It is currently 84 here. Excuse me, I need to find my favorite sweatshirt! Razz
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by Mimik:
I reached 90F(32C) today. Forecast for Thursday, 95F(35C) with lots of humidity.

When I got in the car early evening today, the thermometer read 37.5C Eek


Mine said 36C at about 1:30 pm. Too hot for me. Bring on winter.
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Originally posted by steve8:
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by Mimik:
I reached 90F(32C) today. Forecast for Thursday, 95F(35C) with lots of humidity.

When I got in the car early evening today, the thermometer read 37.5C Eek


Mine said 36C at about 1:30 pm. Too hot for me. Bring on winter.


You know there is usually a button that lets you see the real temperature. Razz You know the one with the "F" after it.
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Originally posted by Mimik:
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Originally posted by Pinotlvr:
Maybe its time for Northeasterners to rethink July trips to Florida Smile


True but that would hurt Florida's economy, no?


In the winter we call them snow birds. What do we call the summer folks? Oil Babies? Big Grin
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Originally posted by Mimik:
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Originally posted by Pinotlvr:
Maybe its time for Northeasterners to rethink July trips to Florida Smile


True but that would hurt Florida's economy, no?


No, it would help out. By rethink...I mean they should consider coming as its not the most popular time of the year to come (unlike say the winter)....but at least its not 102F
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Originally posted by Pinotlvr:
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Originally posted by Mimik:
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Originally posted by Pinotlvr:
Maybe its time for Northeasterners to rethink July trips to Florida Smile


True but that would hurt Florida's economy, no?


No, it would help out. By rethink...I mean they should consider coming as its not the most popular time of the year to come (unlike say the winter)....but at least its not 102F


Yeah but at least Florida has real beaches, not the rugged shorelines of the North east coast. Smile
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Originally posted by KSC02:
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Originally posted by Vt2It:
You know there is usually a button that lets you see the real temperature. Razz You know the one with the "F" after it.

Why? Confused Smile


What I found odd was that was coming from a guy who is quite Euro-centric.
First of all, according to your thinking, what I said was 90% of 101F is 44F, since it dropped 10%. Secondly, that is correct. The total heat was not not 101F. The total heat was 311K. A 10% reduction would be 280K, which is 44F. I'm guessing you weren't a science major.

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