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The predicted high temperature here in the Phoenix area today is 112. That will tie the record for this date which was set back in 1910. I wonder what was emitting the CO2 to cause the warming? Could it have been either one of the cars?
 

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-LOL- @ OP.

1910 huh? Must have been cow farts because back then, people did eat more chicken as the government made sure there was a chicken in every pot.

BTW: when they were having dinner, back then ALL the cell phones were locked up by the lady of the house.

None of this "phones in a basket" crap. Ah, the good old days.
 
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Wow 112 to darn hot. It's 87 here and very humid. Im staying in the AC.
Same here and i'm doing what you do, chilling in the basement (y)
 
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Few days in the high 80's low 90's this week felt brutal especially since we had a little ice/snow just over two weeks ago.

112, but it's a dry heat right?
 

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This Sunday it's supposed to drop down to 54 degrees after a week of 80's 90's
 
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Right now, as I post this, it's 6:26 PM MST and it's 110. Tomorrow, it's going to be 114.
Now you know why the snowbirds leave about April.....................

North Florida is 91 plus 98% humidity, you definitely know you're sweating bullets; outside yard work stops about 10AM.
 
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