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  • We have had it all this year

    Flooding, Tornado's, raining or steamy hot, and the Skeeters will tear ya a new one. Hows it by you folks? This summer is puttin a kick on mine and Wifey's butts. No end in sight. Not used to this stuff up here.
    Last edited by redtail; 08-12-2010, 10:38 AM.

  • #2
    We're hot, but drier than usual - and we had an unusually long and cold winter. This winter, I promised myself that I wouldn't complain about the heat if it would ever warm up again.

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    • #3
      rain has changed for sure, we used to get a light rain that would overcast and last all day, great for waterring everthing. Now we get short burts of down pours that may only cover a 5 mile area. Winter is winter in Buffalo NY

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      • #4
        Been great in Southern Arizona! Typical monsoon, had about 5.8" of rain in July and the first week of August we had 1.8". Temps have been: Lows- upper 60's, Highs- lower too mid 90's. This is my favorite time of the year, cause the grass is green (smells great when mowed) and the days are long.

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        • #5
          We had a record rain fall last month here in ohio but ti was all short 10 minute down pours twice a week that just soaked into the groudn and didnt do anything. I havent mowed grass in 3 weeks here. head index is near or over 100 just about everyday. actual temp is low 90's and has been for over a month except a couple days.

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          • #6
            Afghanistan is the same as last time. Dry and hot. It doesn't seem as hot as before, but I think it's my body getting used to it. What I would give for the nasty humid days of North Carolina, sweet tea and the porch swing though!

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            • #7
              It's been hotter than usual with normal to higher than normal humidity. It has been killing me. I have a few things I could stand to get out and do to the Jeep, but its hard when it is close to 100 with a heat index of 115.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 47driver View Post
                Afghanistan is the same as last time. Dry and hot. It doesn't seem as hot as before, but I think it's my body getting used to it. What I would give for the nasty humid days of North Carolina, a six pack of ice cold beer and the porch swing though!
                Fixed it for ya Chris!

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