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MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 6,742
7/6/12 12:46 A

So hot!!! Air Conditionong broke! Tomorrows heat index is to be 107!!!!
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JOYCECAIN SparkPoints: (72,728)
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7/6/12 12:32 A

97 degrees.

EMILYDOODLE Posts: 1,678
7/5/12 10:58 P

very hot 100 degrees today in ohio.

NANAW12001 Posts: 1,132
7/5/12 3:23 P

Hot here in Texas too.

SWEETSUGAR7 Posts: 2,450
7/5/12 1:45 P

Washington is nice right now... Get some breezes

Soon it will be warmer...

ILMEL1957 Posts: 2,490
7/5/12 1:43 P

HOT,HOT,HOT!!!

I heard the guy on our weather station say that "it's so hot, the chickens are laying hard boiled eggs." ...Now that's hot!

I feel blessed to live in a country where I have air conditioning and fans at my disposal.

KARENCRANER Posts: 3,421
7/5/12 1:24 P

That high pressure that has been causing so many people to roast is just now moving west and settling over us in North Idaho. So, we'll go from rainy, cold, and 10 below normal to hot, dry, and 15 above normal in only three days!

LINDYLOO49 Posts: 546
7/5/12 1:18 P

We are just now moving out of the rains and really cold weaather and into some warmth, but no where near you all, sorry to here that!

TSINCLAIR1965 SparkPoints: (22,159)
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7/5/12 1:07 P

emoticon Here too!

TONYPADILLA Posts: 110
7/5/12 10:14 A

When I'm fit, I enjoy the heat. When I'm fat, I don't like it.

MMLJAR Posts: 139
7/5/12 10:09 A

its so hot our dogs don't even want to be outside.

SLUGGER17 SparkPoints: (88,244)
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7/5/12 10:04 A

We've had highs over 100 for 8 days so far. Our power went out this morning while I was on the treadmill. I showered in the dark, got dressed, grabbed breakfast, and dried my hair and put on makeup at work. Power's supposed to be off for hours.

TIG123GER SparkPoints: (76,906)
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7/5/12 10:02 A

I think we officially hit 102 and tied a record set in 1911. Boy this hot spell has to end soon!

AGITATOR1 SparkPoints: (3,074)
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7/5/12 9:54 A

It was 102 July 4 at the wave pool. I could have sweated off a few pounds without moving a muscle

LAURIEANNIE1 Posts: 2,203
7/5/12 9:42 A

It is hot and extremely dry here. We may get into the upper 80's next week and that will wonderful. Much better than the 100's we have been in. I don't even remember the last time we had rain.

COMMITTED2LOSE Posts: 408
7/5/12 5:03 A

At 4 a.m. it's 74 degrees outside in Wisconsin and WAY too dry for the mosquitoes to be out. Perfect conditions to go for my walk.

MASE72 SparkPoints: (200,212)
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7/5/12 4:53 A

very HOT!

SHERRIE59 SparkPoints: (54,044)
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7/4/12 5:04 P

Extermely hot

FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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7/4/12 3:37 P

We are in a cool wave with rain (in Arizonam even). temp right now is 73.

That being said, I know that we are having heat around the country but then I think about the forest fighters fightin in unvelievable conditions, and our troops in the desert where temos can hit 125 in the shade and there is no shade.

I remember when all who worked outside in the summer and when there was no AC to come home to. Those who worked the farms and other outisde jobs always wore long sleeve shirts buttoned at at the neck. AND THERE WAS NO DEODERANTS AVAILABLE THEN. Stay upwind at every opportunity.

EMILYDOODLE Posts: 1,678
7/4/12 2:37 P

very hot here, also will be staying inside, hope the weather changes soon, want to go camping!

LORTHOM2001 Posts: 3,676
7/4/12 2:31 P

we are staying cool...but summer means hot, so hot is ok with me too. if summer was cold that would be a problem!!

REMY4227 Posts: 389
7/4/12 1:27 P

Thanks, definitely plan on hanging out indoors most of the day!


JASTAMPER11 SparkPoints: (57,069)
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7/4/12 12:12 P

So hot, I hate wasting the summer stuck inside. The horse looks so sad...she has to stay in her barn as it is too hot out to move and eat. I can't even get out to look at my flowers. It was 85 by 10 am this morning.

CKAYTHOMAS SparkPoints: (166,223)
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7/1/12 11:52 P

It was 102 today, then we had a violent thunderstorm in late afternoon, so we had hail and winds and some damage.
Whew! This weather stinks

JANIEWWJD SparkPoints: (240,261)
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7/1/12 11:45 P

It is hot, but at least we had rain in South Texas.

ROOTIHAUSMAN SparkPoints: (126,452)
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7/1/12 11:37 P

112 this week

AGITATOR1 SparkPoints: (3,074)
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7/1/12 11:35 P

It may be hot but it's nice the benefits of having trees that have a cooling effect. Why the government does not encourage more tree planting remains a mystery With billions of seeds that fall from the trees I have suggested that children take and plant the seeds. When the trees are tall enough sell them as fund raisers for the schools. Or plant some trees at a near by park and watch them grow as they grow emoticon

AMANDABANANA80 Posts: 753
7/1/12 11:22 P

It's been really hot here too lately and there's no rain in the forecast. It makes it really hard to do anything outside.

1GODGIRL SparkPoints: (7,353)
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7/1/12 11:12 P

It's been 100 degrees for the past three days now. I am ready for it to cool off! emoticon

MEWHENRYSMAMA Posts: 6,742
7/1/12 11:10 P

Hate the heat! emoticon
We are blessed To have AC, but even with it on 70 we can only cool it to 82!!!
But I will not complain with all the fires, floods, power outages, etc.
I pray for an end for all effected!
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AGITATOR1 SparkPoints: (3,074)
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7/1/12 10:23 P

Not to long sgo it was too cold. I'm thankful my dog takes me for walks/runs everyday

SCALE_WATCHER Posts: 2,739
7/1/12 7:08 P

It is too hot for my taste!

JO88BAKO SparkPoints: (178,131)
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7/1/12 6:37 P

sure is

JO88BAKO SparkPoints: (178,131)
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7/1/12 6:36 P

yep

TACDGB Posts: 6,132
7/1/12 5:40 P

loving the heat. trying to keep up on the liquids so I don't get dehydrated.

RUSUNA SparkPoints: (6,240)
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7/1/12 4:06 P

i couldnt agree more. im in colorado,and half our state is on fire!! the temps are ridiculous. 90-100s. and our house has no AC. even though im living in an oven, i try to keep positive by thinking, hey, the hotter you are the more cals you burn, right? lol

FIRECOM SparkPoints: (107,673)
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7/1/12 3:44 P

A great big AMEN to that. With the humidity that exists on the mid west and east coast, I imagine that they are really suffering.

JDD123 SparkPoints: (1,253)
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7/1/12 3:35 P

I hope all the folks who have lost their power are finding a way to cope with the heat.Prayers are out to all of them.

RUKIDDINGME123 SparkPoints: (30,593)
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7/1/12 3:23 P

I live in the midwest and we just had a storm come through and the temperature dropped 20 degrees! We have a screened porch so we went and sat out and enjoyed the cool down but, it passed and the heat and humidity are back on the rise. Oh well, it was nice while it lasted.

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LOVINGMAMA1 Posts: 28
7/1/12 2:46 P

I hope everyone is staying cool.

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