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Make. The. Humidity. Go. Away. Everything is so damn damp and musty. Makes my breathing problems much worse. Come on October.
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willdacanucker wrote:
Aug 28th, 2018 8:34 am
Make. The. Humidity. Go. Away. Everything is so damn damp and musty. Makes my breathing problems much worse. Come on October.
Where?! I just stepped out for a few minutes and it was windy, breezy and dare I say chilly (Ok that could be due to my low iron levels...lol).
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Aug 28th, 2018 11:26 am
Where?! I just stepped out for a few minutes and it was windy, breezy and dare I say chilly (Ok that could be due to my low iron levels...lol).
Actually is chilly today. Needed a sweater when I took the dog out earlier.
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DelusionalDiva wrote:
Aug 28th, 2018 11:26 am
Where?! I just stepped out for a few minutes and it was windy, breezy and dare I say chilly (Ok that could be due to my low iron levels...lol).
It sure as heck wasn't chilly in the GTA on Tuesday... even first thing in the AM, as it was already (or still) 28! Smiling Face With Horns

Needless to say, it was 4 days of misery... finally blessedly, blissfully over! :D

It wasn't chilly this morning either, as it was still 18... which isn't "chilly" in any version of reality. ;)
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Aug 30th, 2018 10:17 am
It sure as heck wasn't chilly in the GTA on Tuesday... even first thing in the AM, as it was already (or still) 28! Smiling Face With Horns

Needless to say, it was 4 days of misery... finally blessedly, blissfully over! :D

It wasn't chilly this morning either, as it was still 18... which isn't "chilly" in any version of reality. ;)
Real feel of ~40c/104f yesterday to real feel of 16c/60f is a loss of 24c/44f heat. That is a heck of a perceived thermal shock. So whilst not normally chily, it is when taken into context.
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Aug 30th, 2018 11:16 am
Real feel of ~40c/104f yesterday to real feel of 16c/60f is a loss of 24c/44f heat. That is a heck of a perceived thermal shock. So whilst not normally chily, it is when taken into context.
I know what you mean... but I perceived it as more of a very pleasant surprise (even though I knew it was forecast) when I took the green bin and black bag to the curb this AyEm... in shorts and a polo shirt!

My main purpose with the previous reply was concern over the diva truly being delusional about Tuesday's weather... ;)
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CenturyBreak wrote:
Aug 30th, 2018 11:37 am
My main purpose with the previous reply was concern over the diva truly being delusional about Tuesday's weather... ;)
Hey at least I can't be accused of not being self-aware...Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Agree with @willdacanucker, today it definitely feels chilly...and gloomy. Hoping for the long weekend to be warm-ERR
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Aug 30th, 2018 1:30 pm
Hey at least I can't be accused of not being self-aware...Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Agree with @willdacanucker, today it definitely feels chilly...and gloomy. Hoping for the long weekend to be warm-ERR
Yes. Once in a while days like this are welcome, such as now after that relentless heat, sun, and humidity. Too many gloomy days in a row and the balance is off once again. (this reminds me, I need to start taking vitamin d again)
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Aug 30th, 2018 1:57 pm
Yes. Once in a while days like this are welcome, such as now after that relentless heat, sun, and humidity. Too many gloomy days in a row and the balance is off once again. (this reminds me, I need to start taking vitamin d again)
Yes, get your vitamins cuz ...Winter Forecast
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Hey at least I can't be accused of not being self-aware...Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Agree with @willdacanucker, today it definitely feels chilly...and gloomy. Hoping for the long weekend to be warm-ERR
Delusional and self-aware at the same time? I applaud your multi-dimensional versatility! Smiling Face With Sunglasses

Mind you, if you find 18 to be cold, I wouldn't worry so much about iron and vitamin D, but I'd get your thyroid checked asap!

We gotta look out for each other, don'cha know! :D
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Yes. Once in a while days like this are welcome, such as now after that relentless heat, sun, and humidity.
Indeed... this is a gloriously beautiful day, in contrast to the past few! :D

Cloudy days in summer aren't gloomy... they're a blessing, as they bring relief. When it's cloudy, you know things won't get as miserably hot as fast without the relentless sun beating down.

Seriously! They make me smile because of that, and hot sunny days do the opposite. Face With Tears Of Joy
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DelusionalDiva wrote:
Aug 30th, 2018 2:04 pm
Yes, get your vitamins cuz ...Winter Forecast
On the other hand, Typhoon Jeb is likely to keep things cool out west and maintain the heat starting Saturday well into September for Ontario.

Phooey! Smiling Face With Horns Face Screaming In Fear
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CenturyBreak wrote:
Aug 30th, 2018 2:47 pm
Delusional and self-aware at the same time? I applaud your multi-dimensional versatility! Smiling Face With Sunglasses
Self-aware of my delusional inclinations ;)
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DelusionalDiva wrote:
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Yes, get your vitamins cuz ...Winter Forecast
You know, I remember reading one Farmers Almanac for the 2016/2017 winter, supposed to be real nasty and cold. Ended up with a really warm winter.

Well, one thing we do know - we will have biting cold whether, we'll get snow storms, and could be below or above average. I guess either way, they have a 33% chance of getting it close.
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jeff1970 wrote:
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You know, I remember reading one Farmers Almanac for the 2016/2017 winter, supposed to be real nasty and cold. Ended up with a really warm winter.

Well, one thing we do know - we will have biting cold whether, we'll get snow storms, and could be below or above average. I guess either way, they have a 33% chance of getting it close.
So either way, we'll have some semblance of winter weather around Dec-Mar timeframe. :D
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So either way, we'll have some semblance of winter weather around Dec-Mar timeframe. :D
That's pretty much the way it'll be....and perhaps late November and early April. Even with the oppressive heat that we have had, not looking forward to the winter.
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