“The greatest pleasure I know is to do a good action by stealth and have it found out by accident.” ― Charles Lamb
Oh, yeah.I've seen a sun like that in Fluffia, cooking under a Bermuda High. That's when it's 100 degrees and 90% humidity (or even 100+ degrees and 100% humidity).At night, you can look down the street and see the air. After a few days of it, you can smell the grass cooking.Jimmy, I know this is cold comfort, but at east the humidity's low. I feel for ya.
Bloody red sun of fantastic L.A.
Jimmy, I know this is cold comfort, but at east the humidity's low. I feel for ya.Actually, the humidity is high out here. Grocery store coolers and fridges are "sweating" like crazy. It feels gross, like August in the Midwest. This is the kind of weather that makes rich, crazed Californians contribute money to stop the rising tides.
Define high.In NE OH, unbearably high is 60%.
That's how it looked here at the beach too. Humidity is running 70-80%, Temps mid 80s. Unusually sticky, with a strange golden glow . I spent the day in the jacuzzi, expecting zombies. They can't see you in there.
There is no breeze outside this morning. We are going to fry.
I spent the day in the jacuzzi, expecting zombies. They can't see you in there.They especially can't see you if you drink a whole pitcher of margaritas. Or...maybe you can't see them. Either way, it doesn't hurt to try. Right?Well....it is expected to be in the high 90's and low 100's all the rest of this week. Zero clouds. Fairly low humidity...THANK GOD. Otherwise we get thunderstorms and then massive forest fires too. At least it cools down at night up here in the mountains. A crisp 49 degrees last night.You guys down in the south end of the state...pray for some rain. Maybe a monsoon would be good.
I'll take pitchers of Pina Coladas if you please, DBQ. Or a few G&Ts for starters until ones mouth starts to dry and then switch to moister, smoother, Rum & Tonic for rest of day..PS: But I wouldn't exactly turn down the margaritas if offered. :)
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