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Thread: 103 degrees and climbing

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    Super Member CoventryUK's Avatar
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    Please could you send a bucket of sun our way???? We are under 6" SNOW with icy blast wind!!! Brrrrr....good day for quilting by a log fire!!!!!!! Ok, I know 6" isn't much in the scheme of things...but it is for the UK!!!!!
    Hilary

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    Super Member maryb119's Avatar
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    It gets that hot in Iowa, too. We say its good for the corn but last year, the corn dried up in the fields. Stay in where it's cooler and hope the power does not go out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by busy fingers View Post
    It is just after midday here in Sydney and the temperature in the shade at my back door has hit 103 and the hottest part of the day is yet to come. It is like walking out into a furnace.
    It was -2 here last night and I love it, as long as the wind doesn't blow. You can keep the heat, I would rather bundle up in flannel p.j's under a nice quilt. Try to stay cool.

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    I'll trade you for the COLD rain and sleet we had last week here in Tennessee!

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