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Official Weather Thread: Historical warming and melting taking place in the Arctic

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So, what's going on? You Easteners so very happy with your weather, or you are on vacation?

I'm pleased that this will be the last of several very hot and humid days; it's gross.
Looking forward to rain tonight and tomorrow, and temps back in the teens.
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natalka wrote:
Jun 24th, 2016 11:08 am
So, what's going on? You Easteners so very happy with your weather, or you are on vacation?

I'm pleased that this will be the last of several very hot and humid days; it's gross.
Looking forward to rain tonight and tomorrow, and temps back in the teens.
...hate to say it...im looking for rain...too expensive to water the lawn...
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Funny how it gets hot in the summer. Seems to happen every year. :)
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sandikosh wrote:
Jun 17th, 2016 9:03 am
Limited as in a few days?
Ooops I missed this.

Well limited heat overall would mean limited in terms of both severity and number of days. We have a few hawt days ahead but then back to cooler and the hawt we will get wont be so strong.

Also La nina seems to be cranking back up again. I see the cold water zone exploding in size in the equatorial pacific.
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Jun 24th, 2016 11:13 am
...hate to say it...im looking for rain...too expensive to water the lawn...
I always thought we needed a separate water line for water that is used for things like this. The city goes through all this filtration and millions of gallons only just get thrown back into the ground and other places where well treated water should not be lol
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Jun 24th, 2016 6:31 pm
I always thought we needed a separate water line for water that is used for things like this. The city goes through all this filtration and millions of gallons only just get thrown back into the ground and other places where well treated water should not be lol
I believe the cities should allow households to build an underground water tank to catch all the water from the melted snow for these purposes.
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sandikosh wrote:
Jun 25th, 2016 11:01 am
I believe the cities should allow households to build an underground water tank to catch all the water from the melted snow for these purposes.
Yeah we cannot continue forward like we do now. You'd think water conservation would be a priority.
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The grass everywhere is turning yellow. I'm a little worried for the greenery in this city and I can't be bothered to water the yard myself. lol...
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Long range appears distinctively seasonal and nothing else. Nor hot nor cold, just right in the middle. Now a very exciting July. Canada day wont be hot.
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thelefteyeguy wrote:
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...hate to say it...im looking for rain...too expensive to water the lawn...
Just run a hose to your neighbours house and water in the middle of the night. :lol: :razz:
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OP you have been following my request. Hot weekends and cooler during the week, just make sure its open window weather and not AC weather starting Monday, I am sure I have spent a fortune this weekend on electricity, AC has been on non-stop. I need a cool down during the week to recover some cash.
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Am I the only one who hates this weather? Can't stand the extreme heat we've been getting.....then we get cold front.....then back to extreme heat.
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JACKIE26 wrote:
Jun 26th, 2016 6:14 pm
Just run a hose to your neighbours house and water in the middle of the night. :lol: :razz:
Lol I never knew you were so bad :lol: LOLxx
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Jun 26th, 2016 6:16 pm
OP you have been following my request. Hot weekends and cooler during the week, just make sure its open window weather and not AC weather starting Monday, I am sure I have spent a fortune this weekend on electricity, AC has been on non-stop. I need a cool down during the week to recover some cash.
It's my honor! I made sure it will again be back to cooler again just after the weekend is over. I'm on a roll!

Sadly I could not find much supply of hotter for next weekend. :confused: I think we might be out of stock :cry:
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