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  1. Toroid

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    It was 102 yesterday and 92 right now at 11:48. :ohmy8:
     
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  2. nivek

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    I think between having a solar minimum and the magnetic poles in reversal mode both are having a visible impact on our weather and causing much of the climate change...We've had an extremely wet and cooler summer than normal this year...

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  3. Toroid

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    It was 109 in the shade today. Its cooled down fast tonight and it's 90 at 20:44.
     
  4. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    Weather is different all over.
    Climate change is normal as is Global warming.
    Here where I live it is getting dry and becoming a fire danger, even though the ground water is higher than normal still.
     
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  5. nivek

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    Our average rainfall for August is 3.2 inches, so far this August we've had 14.3 inches of rain with 11 days left in the month and the forecast shows heavy rains all day tomorrow and more Friday...

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    It's Friday and look heavy rains I wake up to, as if we need anymore rain and by the looks of it the rain isn't stopping anytime soon today...When I wrote that yesterday morning I thought yesterday was Wednesday lol...The rain doesn't care what day it is though...

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  10. nivek

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    Our average rainfall in my area for August is 3.5 inches, this past August we received 17.1 inches on rain, well over the average with 18 out of 31 days rain days, and we had much cooler days in August which I'm assuming was a result of the extra rainfall...Our average annual rainfall is 42 inches and so far we've received 84 inches, double the average...

    We're in September now and suddenly no rain and none forecast for the next ten days as if someone turned off the water spigot...

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    Today we had a high temp of 77 degrees, party sunny skies and no rain, tonight it's dropping to 55 degrees, more of the same tomorrow...

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  12. Toroid

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    It was 112.5 degrees in the shade today. Tomorrow the forecast is 118. :eek:
     
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    It was 116.2 in the shade yesterday. LA county recorded the highest temperature in its history at 121.
     
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    It was overcast today which is a nice break from the heat. :)
     
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  15. nivek

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    Today's temperatures are forecast to be a high of 75 degrees and a low of 60, with partly cloudy skies and a chance of rain this afternoon...We had a brief rain early this morning before sunrise, it woke me up for a moment...

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    Hurricane warnings in effect for parts of Gulf Coast as Tropical Storm Sally gathers strength

    Hurricane and tropical storm warnings were in effect for portions of the U.S. Gulf Coast as AccuWeather meteorologists on Sunday continued monitoring the latest threat to the U.S.: Tropical Storm Sally, which had taken shape a day earlier.

    Sally was gathering strength as it moved over the Gulf of Mexico, where water temperatures range from the low- to mid-80s F, and the storm is forecast to reach hurricane strength before making landfall along the Gulf Coast.

    By 11 p.m. EDT on Sunday, the storm was centered 140 miles south-southwest of Panama City, Florida, and about 185 miles east-southeast of the mouth of Mississippi River. It was moving northwestward at 8 mph and maximum sustained winds had remained at 60 mph. Sally, formerly Tropical Depression 19, ramped up quickly and strengthened to a tropical storm at 2 p.m. EDT on Saturday afternoon.

    Forecasters expect Sally to continue rapidly strengthening into Monday and anticipate Sally to become a Category 1 hurricane.

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    It's getting colder this week, lows in the mid 40s coming for a few days and highs in the mid 60s...Today was a high of 75 degrees and sunshine, tonight dropping to 50 degrees...

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    Sally is over my area now, moving slow and dumping a bunch of rain...It's been raining all morning and continuing to rain through today, then tonight, then for a gokd part of the day tomorrow...

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