Ours is 126
Holy crap! Where do you live? An Indonesian rainforest?
At times it feels that way. Our day time temps stay in the 90 in the summer and night time temps are in the 70's. It's humid most of the time. I think the 126 was a screw up somewhere. The feels like are normally in the 90s and 100s
I don't think I've ever seen a forecast of highs in the 120s before. Ouch
Seems like it's been raining nonstop for two-and-a-half days now. It's been a pretty decent year with the rainfall - I haven't really even thought about running the sprinklers this spring or summer.
How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born?
data set disclaimer - only back to 1960
I hope things are okay down RJ's way. Hurricane Michael doesn't seem to be getting the press that Florence got but it looks like this one keeps growing and is taking aim right at places like Panama City Beach and Tallahassee and Valdosta.
Yeah, the Gulf Coast is getting pounded, and Valdosta (my hometown) is not going to have a good day today. As of right now for the ATL it looks like the bulk of it will eventually track to the east of town, which means the small town one of my guys at work lives in out that way could get somewhat clobbered. Here at Chez Bubba (in the north central burbs) I'm expecting wind gusts and a couple of inches of rain this evening...
Stay safe, RJ and ZG.
Earlier this week they were calling for flurries this morning. So far we have about 2" of snow on the ground and it's still coming down pretty hard. We are moving and rededicating a nearly 97-year-old WWI plaque from an indoor hidden away spot to a spot outside our county courthouse later this morning. I wasn't planning to go but now I think I will just so I can have an excuse to be outside in the snow.
I wonder if Maister or Veloises's side of the state is getting hammered?
Those of us on this side of the state are trained to believe that anytime we get an inch or two, anybody within about 50 miles of the eastern shore of Lake Michigan must be getting about 3' of the white stuff.
Chilly, damp and cloudy after 2 days of rain. Never thought the sound of rain would get annoying, but it does after a while.
The rain has finally stopped here in the ATL (had been going since Monday). It was 40 degrees out for the walk to the office this morning...actually didn't feel bad at all (thanks to the lack of wind). Rumor has it that we might actually see the sun at some point this afternoon.