Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by snowy, Jun 25, 2014.
Storm's coming... I'm excited.
It's currently 16 C (61 F). Humidity is down to 64%.
I was actually cold walking home tonight. Go figure it.
Humidity is 84%
Feels like: 35c
Feels like 37C
Bonus: the time is my birthday
The weather program on my Linux desktop tells me it is 90 degrees at nearly 1800. Ugh. In other new, the moon will be 'Waxing Gibbous' tonight. Hopefully Gibbous is not some grotesquely overweight man with 3 chins.
It's pretty good here. Around 87F, atm. Next few days and next week, though, are supposed to consistently be in the mid-90's.
90 yesterday, 91 today, and it'll cool off tomorrow. It's been beautiful, though, so I can't complain about that. 90s is a little hot for me. I wilt in anything over 85.
More storms coming tonight... whee!!
It is chucking down and the lightning is crashing. Better settle down before I have to walk to the subway.
Partly sunny with a high of 70 F.
Of course that's with the sun going down at 11:23 and coming back up at 4:45.
It's supposed to be fuckin' hot here today, so I'm wearing a dress. 95 here, 93 where we're going.
TO at 11pm: 22 degrees Humidity 65%
always worse where Snowy is...88 and hot!!!...thermometer in sun was pegged @ 125....xoxoxoo
It was 99* at 3pm today, 98% humidity. It rained and dropped to 83* shorty thereafter. However, it's still nearly 80* at midnight. This place is fucking hell, I swear. You step outside for a few moments and are covered in a sheen of sweat. Took about 90 seconds for a moist face at 1 this afternoon.
Humidity is 84% but it still feels like 18c. Which is chilly.
Mid 90s, humidity in the mid 80s, chances of scattered thunderstorms.
The thunderstorms can be intense and brief, or intense and lasting; some areas remain dry while other areas get soaked. On Tuesday our area got hit with an intense storm that lasted long enough to cause street flooding while the rest of Houston was dry.
A thunderstorm rolled in right as we were packing up the tent after camping at a friend's house. Then it started raining hard with big, fat drops. The tent got a little wet, so we threw the tent in the car and escaped.
Raining and 51 degrees F.
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