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    It is strange to be suffering with mid-to-high-nineties, and then to realize that we are actually having a relatively mild summer compared to much of the rest of the country.
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    It's the "85%"+ humidity that's the oppressive conditions here in NE! That's the rare factor here for this area.
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    It's the "85%"+ humidity that's the oppressive conditions here in NE! That's the rare factor here for this area.
    Yep, Our humidity has been a much more bearable, 10 - 25 %.
    Though that does not bode well for those worried about wildfires
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    I recently returned from a wander around the Pacific northwest. The temps were unusually high. It was 90F on an island in Puget Sound, rather than the normal 60s. I spent most of my time at the higher altitudes, where the temperatures were much cooler and necessary to get a good night's sleep in the campsites. Thank goodness for adiabatic cooling.

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    In middle England, the temps are into the 90's on many days, high 80's the rest. Humidity is high but not sure how high (I meant to check), basically the temp is higher than normal for the time of year by about 5f or 6f. It is the global warming, so the deniers can sod off ! Greenpeace have been warning us for years, probably more than 20 years ! We are late in attempting to do something about it, and I just hope we are not too late and that things have gone too far to put the brakes on.

    It is a pointer to global warming when there are so many calamitous natural disasters happening around the world. And bloody Trump withdrew America from the Paris agreement over reducing the carbon footprint internationally. What does he think he's doing ? Well I suppose we all know that he doesn't think - he's too busy having fun achieving his ambition to be the most influential person on the planet. What an arsehole !
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    Global Warming has to be having an affect on our weather! It was in the 90's here in NE for the past week, and with high humidity, & in September at that! Average temps at this time here is in the 70's. It was unusually hotter here in NE, then it was in Florida, where it's supposed to be hot & humid at this time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cars View Post
    Global Warming has to be having an affect on our weather! It was in the 90's here in NE for the past week, and with high humidity, & in September at that! Average temps at this time here is in the 70's. It was unusually hotter here in NE, then it was in Florida, where it's supposed to be hot & humid at this time!
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    Well we've been informed that we could have an 'Indian Summer' where temps are more like summer temps for a short while in the Autumn. I just hope they are not in the 90's again like in our Summer this year ! Makes you wonder what the Winter will bring. Very low temps for weeks ? Sort of Arctic temps ! Gawd I hope not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cars View Post
    Global Warming has to be having an affect on our weather! It was in the 90's here in NE for the past week, and with high humidity, & in September at that! Average temps at this time here is in the 70's. It was unusually hotter here in NE, then it was in Florida, where it's supposed to be hot & humid at this time!
    This morning it was 48 degrees here and only went up into the low 60's the rest of the day! Wore Shorts yesterday, and Coat today, Crazy!
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    Re: "The Friendly Café - Open for chinwaggin'

    Just sounds like Melbourne weather year round....." don't like the weather ? wait ten minutes.

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    At the moment we are experiencing the edge of America's hurricanes. We live half way up a hill on the outskirts of Nottingham and it is blowing a hooligan ! It has been doing this for a few days now with the occasional heavy rain shower. However the temperature is fairly warm, so it isn't too bad when hubby takes our dog for her comfort walks and her longer walk for a run in the field. I just have to say thankyou to America for sharing their hurricane with us here in Britain - very generous, but don't worry about sending any more over the pond, please !
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