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How hot is it where you are?

Postby falconknight06 » 28 Jul 2010, 16:15

OK, so I haven't seen this topic anywhere and have decided to ask. I'm currently in Northwest Ohio and it is really warm here, though it is mostly humidity's fault. Anyone else experiencing a warmer than normal summer, or just a hot day?

FYI: Heat Index hit 101 Farenheit
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Postby Vigafre » 28 Jul 2010, 16:16

My car read 101F around 5 central.
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Postby Lyinginbedmon » 28 Jul 2010, 16:17

24.6 Celsius indoors, 16.0 C outdoors.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby octopimpostor » 28 Jul 2010, 16:23

Please no c. You need to accomidate.the Americans here, cause you know damn sure we won't for you. But it's 100 heat index. It has been 109 .
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Postby korri » 28 Jul 2010, 16:26

Hot as balls... although i don't know the conversion.

I'm dying here on the East Coast. I went to the beach last week and on the way home the thermometer in the car got up to 100F without the heat index. So yeah its been real fun (note the sarcasm)

Now I'm back in Pittsburgh and humidity is just hell. The sweaty armpit of hell... Thank god for AC which I keep down almost as far as it will go, which doubles my electric, but TOTALLY WORTH IT.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Vigafre » 28 Jul 2010, 16:41

The heat hadn't bothered me much yet, but I got in my car today and the AC was blowing heat at me. For 2 minutes. I had to use my windows. I hate windows.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby TheRocket » 28 Jul 2010, 16:59

octopimpostor wrote:Please no c. You need to accomidate.the Americans here, cause you know damn sure we won't for you. But it's 100 heat index. It has been 109 .



You're on a Canadian website.

It got to 27C here today, tomorrow it will be 30 though. It's been a mildish summer with a LOT of thunderstorms.
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Postby sdhonda » 28 Jul 2010, 17:02

Um, it's been in the low 20s/70s for the most part lately. There was a heat wave a few weeks ago that brought things to the low 30s/90s, but thats mostly gone now.

Still, for us Canucks, this is intolerable. Though, it's pretty cold at night. And doubly so when scooterbiking in shorts. Burrr.

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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby falconknight06 » 28 Jul 2010, 17:02

TheRocketSiobhan wrote:
octopimpostor wrote:Please no c. You need to accomidate.the Americans here, cause you know damn sure we won't for you. But it's 100 heat index. It has been 109 .



You're on a Canadian website.


That is true. Conversions are only necessary if you'd like to post them. So sayeth the starter of this thread
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Master Gunner » 28 Jul 2010, 17:08

No thermometer, too lazy to check, but until recently: damn hot. The heat wave seems to have broken for the past couple days, but still too warm for comfort outside. The river right across the street doesn't help the humidity much either. Thank god for AC at my office.
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Postby TheRocket » 28 Jul 2010, 17:28

They have A/C in every house/aparment/building in Virginia.. I find it funny that while temps reach the same in some parts in canada, we live without A/C but they cannot. I'm also jealous when it gets to 37 here and there is no AC...
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby falconknight06 » 28 Jul 2010, 17:31

TheRocketSiobhan wrote:They have A/C in every house/aparment/building in Virginia.. I find it funny that while temps reach the same in some parts in canada, we live without A/C but they cannot. I'm also jealous when it gets to 37 here and there is no AC...



From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.
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Postby sdhonda » 28 Jul 2010, 17:33

The heat would not be such an issue if I were not a creature of the night. I can keep myself cool during the day, but it's very difficult for me to control my tempature while sleeping. Even in the winter it can be a problem.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby sdhonda » 28 Jul 2010, 17:35

falconknight06 wrote:
TheRocketSiobhan wrote:They have A/C in every house/aparment/building in Virginia.. I find it funny that while temps reach the same in some parts in canada, we live without A/C but they cannot. I'm also jealous when it gets to 37 here and there is no AC...



From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.


I've never been there, but I hear Toronto and that general area gets pretty humid.

I think it also gets like that in the interior of B.C., although it's not really an issue on the island.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Vanguard » 28 Jul 2010, 17:35

Right now it's 89 F (32 C) outside, but it was much hotter earlier in the day while the sun was out. Either way, thank Crom for tasty, tasty air conditioning.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby TheRocket » 28 Jul 2010, 17:36

falconknight06 wrote:
TheRocketSiobhan wrote:They have A/C in every house/aparment/building in Virginia.. I find it funny that while temps reach the same in some parts in canada, we live without A/C but they cannot. I'm also jealous when it gets to 37 here and there is no AC...



From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.



Very true. Even +16 in Virginia I was sweating balls and melting.


Toronto is unbearable in heat becuase it's thick, garbage, dead fish air.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Master Gunner » 28 Jul 2010, 17:39

TheRocketSiobhan wrote:Toronto is unbearable



The rest of that sentance is redundant, from my experience.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Gollom » 28 Jul 2010, 17:53

falconknight06 wrote:From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.


You are aware that Canada is roughly 100 miles (for your convience :P) from Ohio, right? And that we have a vitually identical climate?

Parts of Canada, mostly B.C. and the prairies, don't have much in the way of humidity. But most of southern Ontario is exactly like Michigan/Ohio/New York: god awful humid.

We hit 41 today, with the humidex. I don't understand Farenheit, but thats hot. More then 100 I think?
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Postby sdhonda » 28 Jul 2010, 17:55

Gollom wrote:
falconknight06 wrote:From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.


You are aware that Canada is roughly 100 miles (for your convience :P) from Ohio, right? And that we have a vitually identical climate?

Parts of Canada, mostly B.C. and the prairies, don't have much in the way of humidity. But most of southern Ontario is exactly like Michigan/Ohio/New York: god awful humid.

We hit 41 today, with the humidex. I don't understand Farenheit, but thats hot. More then 100 I think?


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Postby Vigafre » 28 Jul 2010, 17:59

@Gollom: 104F maybe? I might have done my math wrong.

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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby falconknight06 » 28 Jul 2010, 18:02

Gollom wrote:
falconknight06 wrote:From what I've gathered from my Canadian friends, they do not have nearly the humidity we get in the states. I find humidity to be what makes 90 degrees in New Mexico much more tolerable than 90 degrees in Ohio.


You are aware that Canada is roughly 100 miles (for your convience :P) from Ohio, right? And that we have a vitually identical climate?

Parts of Canada, mostly B.C. and the prairies, don't have much in the way of humidity. But most of southern Ontario is exactly like Michigan/Ohio/New York: god awful humid.

We hit 41 today, with the humidex. I don't understand Farenheit, but thats hot. More then 100 I think?


Most of my Canad friends are from the "not like Ohio" climate. It makes sense that Ontario does have the same climate as where I am. I can't wait to get to Pullman, WA, which has the same temperature profile as southern Ohio, but half the humidity. It sounds wonderful
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Postby AlexanderDitto » 28 Jul 2010, 18:17

SUMMER IS DISGUSTING.

I am form Florida. I should be used to the heat. I am not! It is uncomfortable, disgusting, and I hate it.

I want to move to someplace cold. Cold cold cold. All the time. I have never experienced a joy as pure as that of last winter, when I experienced my first real wintertime, my first snow.

It is hot like blazes here even though it is the middle of the night. Ugh.
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby gcninja » 28 Jul 2010, 18:23

91F in my room 32.7777777C
82f in the rest of the house 27.7777777c
66F outside 18.88888888C
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Re: How hot is it where you are?

Postby Ottoman » 28 Jul 2010, 18:31

Master Gunner wrote:No thermometer, too lazy to check, but until recently: damn hot.
Yeah. Anything above 25° is too hot.

Unfortunately, that means most of the summer here in NY State; except for the heat wave in which I nearly died, it's been between about 25° and 30° during the day.

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