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    Super Member nstitches4u's Avatar
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    litacats, I would send you some of our cold weather if I could. Try to stay cool and get some quilting done.

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    Holly macaroni......maybe I can send you a bit of cool air.....it`s about minus 20 Celcius here......would love a bit a warm air....let`s trade a few degrees........
    Quote Originally Posted by litacats View Post
    it was forcast to be 32 degrees C, but by 9AM it was already 39 that is over 100 degrees in the old f days, it is now 10 35 am and I just came in from hanging out the washing it is now 42c 102f I just had a coldshower to try to cool down, to top it of we have a cyclone coming down the coast bringing a rain bareing depresion so it is over 55 humidity,
    I HATE HOT WEATHER grrr time to sit under the aircon and do some sewing.

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    I love hot weather. The hotter the better. I love summer. I don't know if I would like it if we didn't have air conditioning. I know when we had a storm last summer and we lost our electricity, we had a hard time sleeping at night and slept downstairs.

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    It was 15 below when I left for work this am. My car never did warm up. I drove with a denim rag quilt across my lap and legs. Brrrrrr

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    I will take about 50 degrees of your heat :P, we have been at or below zero for a few days here, I am a little tired of the cold already lol!

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    We are not too cold here. In fact was in the 70's last week. Cooler now and I would send you the cold if I could as I am the opposite, I hate cold weather.
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    We are in Queensland and thankfully the last two days have been cooler. Expecting it to heat up again by the weekend. The usual temp. here at this time of the year is high 20"s - low 30"s. Because of our high humidity High 30's into 40"s is almost unbearable.

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    I'm in the Albany, NY area and its 30 degrees now..warmed up and we have light snow.
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    I'm in Western Massachusetts. We are having a light snow (came down pretty heavy early this morning) so we got more accumulation than anticipated about 3-4 inches in my area. Not too cold though, about 28 F. I like it best when it's between 50 and 75. The commute to work was okay. Lots of people need to be patient and relax rather than fret about where they are going. The point is to get there in one piece.

    Glad I don't have to deal with humidity and heat. Keep thinking cool thoughts!

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    goodgrief! I like it warm but that sounds like more than just HOT-dangerously hot. and the poor animals . . . how do they fare? glad you have a pool to help a bit
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    I am with you about the heat. Pennsylvania climate is not too bad. Along about 50 years old, I had to get air conditioning. I am 71 and don't go skiing anymore but I like the cold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by litacats View Post
    it was forcast to be 32 degrees C, but by 9AM it was already 39 that is over 100 degrees in the old f days, it is now 10 35 am and I just came in from hanging out the washing it is now 42c 102f I just had a coldshower to try to cool down, to top it of we have a cyclone coming down the coast bringing a rain bareing depresion so it is over 55 humidity,
    I HATE HOT WEATHER grrr time to sit under the aircon and do some sewing.
    It's 39 here, too - farenheit! Sorry to hear about your horrible weather, cyclone and fires. Hope it gets better fast.

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    I know what you mean. I live in the high desert of CA ... it is COLD in the winter, below freezing at night and HOT in the summer, most days over 100 and occasionally as high as 110+.
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    Cool Sending you some cooling off weather

    Quote Originally Posted by litacats View Post
    it was forcast to be 32 degrees C, but by 9AM it was already 39 that is over 100 degrees in the old f days, it is now 10 35 am and I just came in from hanging out the washing it is now 42c 102f I just had a coldshower to try to cool down, to top it of we have a cyclone coming down the coast bringing a rain bareing depresion so it is over 55 humidity,
    I HATE HOT WEATHER grrr time to sit under the aircon and do some sewing.
    I don't know if this will make you feel any better but right now in Northeastern Ontario, Canada it is -2 degrees C. BUT by tonight it is going to hit -38 C with a wind chill of -48 degrees C. Is that cool enough for you? 3 days ago it was +8 degrees so who says there is no such thing as global warming. Something is going on somewhere.
    Stay cool !!
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    You keep sending your weather my way - expecting a top of 102F here today.

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    We actually had small icicles on our car yesterday. Rare in northern Louisiana. Stayed home. Accidents were happening all over the place.

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    We are here in Penrith west of Sydney and it is hot, hot, hot here our temps have been going between 32 and 43 for last last two weeks, one day was 45 and the rest of this week and early next are going to be scorchers too. We do have a pool and an aircon and fans. Just checked and todays temperature so far is 36 time is 1.55pm, so will still do some climbing.

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    Well, we're predicted to freeze our butts off by next Mon. or Tues. High temp.s predicted to be in the -8 F. range. BRRRR.
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    Here in S.A. we have had scorchers followed by cool to cold weather for two weeks now. Yesterday was 42C and today is 26C. No wonder the flu is raging through people. Doctors are urging people to have flu vaccines already.
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