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42° C, that is within my preferred temperature range, although I believe 44 % humidity is a bit dry? Anyway, the weather here is quite warm... for a winter. We now have ~20°C, and it's 80% overcast. Another such summer, and I'll really call it quits and move to somewhere in the aequatorial vicinity. Malaysia, maybe.
Right now as I write this, in the middle of the United States, it's 21° C, sunny, calm, low humidity. I think I need to get away from the computer and enjoy this - in about 3 weeks it's going to approach conditions in India
It's approaching 109 (farenheit) here. quote "I don't know jack about Celsius". I just forgot. It is unusually cool for this time of year, normally we'd be in the 110's daily, and creeping up tp 115. That's right kids. Our lows are in the high 80's and low 90's. He he. Can somebody tell this stupid American what 42 Celsius should mean to me?
Let's just say you lose your shower just going to the car
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