How hot has it been where you live ? Hit about 110 here yesterday with bad air quality!

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HappyTo BeHereTo Profile

Storms moved through and finally have pushed the horrid heat and humidity away for a couple of days.  We'll be in the mid to upper 80's.  Whew!  It had been so oppressive last week!

Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

Yesterday it was 96F degrees and the humidity was 70%. It was like walking through water.

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We've had this for two weeks and there's no letup in sight. We even had a thunderstorm and a downpour last nigh. It just made things worse.
Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy commented
It's horrible. I can't believe that I used to work outside in this crap. It would kill me now.
Ancient Hippy
Ancient Hippy commented
Working in this heat is very exhausting. It zaps the energy right out of you.
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otis campbell answered

110 here in texas

Virginia Lou Profile
Virginia Lou answered

Dear Rooster,

It is 9 AM here in Tenino, WA and already 55*F.

But they say we will get up to 83*F today...about 70 miles from the Pacific Ocean which moderates the weather here.

And then up around 90*F on Thurs-Fri.!

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Maurice Korvo answered

We are just north of Montana. Highs 75F (24C) and at night it gets down to 14 C (57F)  Normally it drops below 13C at night, but 14 is not bad. Open the windows at night, close them during the day. NO AC

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Veronica Dultry answered

96° with 56% humidity.

The fire has made the air quality pretty bad. I woke up on Saturday with my car in ashes, and the sun and sky was Orange.

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Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

We are to hit around 104 today with about 75% humidity...

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

We have "cooler" day today, with lower to mid 90s, and humidity is down to 55%. Tomorrow is going back up to upper 90s, and I am sure the humidity will go up with it.

Soul Fly Profile
Soul Fly answered

118 °

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Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch commented
Oh no! That's really, really hot! Be safe!
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
you are in good health I hope Soul Fly and have access to shelter!
Soul Fly
Soul Fly commented
Thank you. Its gets pretty warm down here but on the upside no need to buy big poofy down jackets for the winter.
Danae Hitch Profile
Danae Hitch answered

We're in the high 80's this week. The previous two weeks, we had blazing hot temps. 95 and up / heat index in the 100's and above.

Skip  Gentry Profile
Skip Gentry answered

Last week was very hot and humid. In the upper 90's. Yesterday it went to 100. Overnight we had thunderstorms. The high today is 90. The rest of the week is suppose to be in the 80's.

Retiredkop Retiredkop Profile

It has been in a he 90's here, but today it made it to 80 degrees.  Our low humidity helps, 10% today!

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HappyTo BeHereTo
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So you're in an area that has oxygen? I get winded above 9,000'.
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We have a little O2, it 8,000 foot high in my backyard.. On a good day my O2 is 88-91. What a place to have sleep apnea. When I go to lower elevations (enne i see my daughter son in law and granddaughters in Hays Kansas) I breath better but in more pain due to other medical issues. Humidity her runs about 10-22 percent. Last time I went to sea level I was so crippled up after five days I could hardly move.
HappyTo BeHereTo
HappyTo BeHereTo commented
So sorry to hear that. It's surprising how climate and air pressure can wreak havoc.
I found hikers O2 cans online, and got them - just in case. So glad I did!!! They saved me!
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Rath Keale answered

How do all you lovely people cope with such extreme heat?

Does everyone put water out for the wild creatures? 

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