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Yowsa!! I'm not positive but I think we're probably in the yellow color. The past week we've been over 100--close to 105--but I still think this summer has been better (for us anyway) than last summer. Wishing I had planted some tomatoes!Hopefully only one more month, right? And then fall??
Well, if you're not in the yellow, at least you're not in the RED! You guys always have such long, hot summers--and this past week looks like "normal" temps for TX--but you were a bit cooler there for a while. We're down in the low 60s at night now, which is lovely. It was actually chilly the other night when we walked Annie. Maybe fall isn't that far off and the long term forecast is exaggerated. Maybe? Please? :)
Ugh! That stinks!
My thoughts exactly!
Ugh indeed. Why can't we be in the blue?! I for one am getting tired of the incessant heat. Just remind me how much I hated this when January and subzero temps roll around... :)
I sure hope this isn't indicative of a horrible winter, too. We got off lucky last winter (and last summer), so it wouldn't surprise me if we wound up with record snowfalls and subzero temps this time around. I need to embrace my winter child. ;)
Makes me sweat just to see the picture.
Makes me almost want to cry. Oh, wait. I'll do that when we get our electric and water bills. ;)
Sorry for your awful heat and dry.
Me, too! I told Rod we need to plan for more summer vacations in cooler areas next year. Say, Iceland?! ;)
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