[NTLK] Knock Knock Knock
kcfoxie at gmail.com
Tue Apr 23 08:16:14 EDT 2013
I've been. It's a different type of heat... Similarly to Memphis and Durham, NC... 102f and 103% humidity. It gets so hot you drink lots of fluids yet never go to the bathroom, it all sweats out of you.
That said I grew up on that big muddy river and am accustomed to such temperatures. I like to run my 6-10 milers when it's decidedly above 80. Dropped to 45f yesterday and I had the heat on in my car.
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On Apr 23, 2013, at 7:00 AM, Tony Morrow <gizmo1482 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Apr 22, 2013, at 11:58 PM, Forrest wrote:
>> Ahhh, spring in the American Southwest!
>> It was 93 today, yesterday 91. Tonight's low will be 61, of course those are all in Fahrenheit. That's great weather for sleeping with the windows open (if you're not the cautious sort).
>> Even though that sounds hot, the humidity is around 6%.
>> I hope the rest of the List is starting to see some temperature relief.
> I need to travel out the southwest one sometime and experience heat without humidity. Here, in KY we will see temps in the 90s and sometimes 100s through the month of August, but with 90+% humidity. The sweat just sits on your skin since it wont evaporate. All I can say is, "Drink lots of fluids, LOTS."
> -Tony Morrow
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