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Well, it hit 100 degrees here in Seattle, a record, even hotter around towns not by the water, supposed to hit 102 degrees tomorrow. were hotter than Florida right now. we haven't had rain in 2 months, we normally get rain at least once a week in summer.

which got me thinking: How is everyone elses weather around the world/country? i dont think we are the only one's havin a weird season. don't turn it into a global warming debate.
#2
Well, here on Long Island, New York, it's been raining nearly everyday since April.

This month, it seemed to slow down, but it really was essentially JUST rain for 3 months straight.
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#3
At least you dont live in Texas where its always 100 degrees, and humid as fvck even in november
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#4
its hot here in central california, but thats no surprise.
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its hot here in central california, but thats no surprise.

You.. you live in the central valley too. Then you know my pain.. it has been over a hundred here for ****en forever.
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#7
35+ degrees (celsius) with 100% humidity over here, it is not a pretty picture when you have to work in the sun that's for sure.
#9
Cooler than average temps in St. Louis. It's 60-70 degrees here at night, and 80-something with low humidity during the day. It's SUPPOSED to be 90 something and humid as heck.
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#10
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You.. you live in the central valley too. Then you know my pain.. it has been over a hundred here for ****en forever.



its times like this i wish i was back in carlsbad.
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#11
I live pretty close to Seattle (still in Canada though) It was hot but not THAT hot. It's kinda weird having a heat wave a couple days after a big ass thunderstorm.
#12
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At least you dont live in Texas where its always 100 degrees, and humid as fvck even in november

I used to live in Houston. The humidity made it so much worse. Now I live in salt lake city and its never humid. It hasnt rained for a while and hot right now.
#13
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its times like this i wish i was back in carlsbad.

I've just been over to Santa Cruz a few times this summer, always a good escape from the heat.
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death valley ftw!
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#16
here in ky, the temperature has been been crazy all month. its been unrealistically low. i mean last year around this time we were pushing 95 - 100 with over 100% humidity (and not raining) and now wer're struggling to get to mid 80s. last week we were keeping in the high 70s...

needless to say, best summer weather here that i've ever seen...
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#17
Its the middle of bloody winter, and its averaging at 17C lately. Can't wait for summer.
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#18
The weather here is actually really nice, for now. It's usually in the mid 80s to 90s, but it's been staying in the 70s and sometimes hitting low 80s most of the time. Makes me happy. I despise disgustingly hot weather.
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Its the middle of bloody winter, and its averaging at 17C lately. Can't wait for summer.


Nice winters you got. Here our winters usually turn around -20 C, can top -40 with wind factor.

I'll add that if anyone ever immigrates to Quebec, Canada, don't forget to get yourself a good shovel!
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#21
i live in Toronto. canada has apparently decided to be England's bitch again, and the average temperature has been MAYBE 65 to 70 degrees, and its rained at least 3 or 4 times a week. we are having the coldest summer i've ever seen.
#22
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i live in Toronto. canada has apparently decided to be England's bitch again, and the average temperature has been MAYBE 65 to 70 degrees, and its rained at least 3 or 4 times a week. we are having the coldest summer i've ever seen.


Same here in Quebec, actually. I personnaly think our summer already passed (it was in June/early July).
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#23
Dude, i live near seattle, and we got to 104
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#24
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Same here in Quebec, actually. I personnaly think our summer already passed (it was in June/early July).



i just came from Quebec on monday. i was in St. Lazare about 15 minutes away from Montreal from friday to monday and it was a lot nicer than it's been here in toronto. i even managed to go to Super Aqua Club on the saturday. it was like 30 degrees that day.
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i just came from Quebec on monday. i was in St. Lazare about 15 minutes away from Montreal from friday to monday and it was a lot nicer than it's been here in toronto. i even managed to go to Super Aqua Club on the saturday. it was like 30 degrees that day.


I guess you were lucky, it hasn't been that hot lately. At least not as much as it can be.
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#26
I live between Seattle and Portland...it hit 106 at one point today.

Needless to say, someone left the door the Hell wide open.
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its times like this i wish i was back in carlsbad.

I was there last week, it's pretty hot there, too. NM, right?
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