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Post by bobberboy » 06 Jul 2010, 18:20

Hope you guys out east are hanging in there. Here in MN we are a brisk 87° with a 61° dewpoint. It's gross here, must be really be bad in the NY/Philly/DC area. Best of luck. I hope the electrical grids hold up to the strain.

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Post by Jim » 06 Jul 2010, 19:21

Worse here in Boston, it hit 100. :LOL2:
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Post by ACarbone624 » 06 Jul 2010, 19:27

It was 103 here at my house today. Its still 99 outside now at 7:30pm

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Post by moi » 06 Jul 2010, 19:35

:) Cooling off out here in Western Mass.......all the way down to 88 F. :beer:

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Post by perchin » 06 Jul 2010, 19:40

It was 94 in Muskegon MI today...... I'm dying whenever it gets over 75 :x of course us Michiganders are used to cooler weather :|

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Post by dyeguy1212 » 06 Jul 2010, 20:34

perchin wrote:It was 94 in Muskegon MI today...... I'm dying whenever it gets over 75 :x of course us Michiganders are used to cooler weather :|
Yeah I have a tournament tomorrow... calling for 95 and sunny :-({|=

I really don't do well in the heat.. I'm not built for it

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Post by fish devil » 06 Jul 2010, 20:40

:twisted: I would love to fish in this 100 degree weather we had today. Too bad I was hanging insulation today!!! ](*,)
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Post by SmallieBigs » 06 Jul 2010, 20:51

fish devil wrote::twisted: I would love to fish in this 100 degree weather we had today. Too bad I was hanging insulation today!!! ](*,)
Man that doesn't sound like fun at all :shock:

It was 97 and muggy in Upstate NY today. I only went outside to get in the pool...

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Post by bobberboy » 06 Jul 2010, 21:44

perchin wrote:It was 94 in Muskegon MI today...... I'm dying whenever it gets over 75 :x of course us Michiganders are used to cooler weather :|
Perchin,
Do you have to climb up those tings in the heat? Maybe there's a breeze up there.

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Post by cavman138 » 06 Jul 2010, 21:55

Was well over 100 at times today with humidity at 80% plus. Tough to work in all day.
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Post by perchin » 06 Jul 2010, 22:02

bobberboy wrote:
perchin wrote:It was 94 in Muskegon MI today...... I'm dying whenever it gets over 75 :x of course us Michiganders are used to cooler weather :|
Perchin,
Do you have to climb up those tings in the heat? Maybe there's a breeze up there.
I don't climb anymore since the (as weird as it sounds) forced a promotion on me. :evil:
I deeply miss it too!!!!

After about the first 100 feet there is always a constant breeze, and also a temp. drop.

I miss summer time work!!!
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Post by redneckfisher » 06 Jul 2010, 22:11

Yeah it got 96 here and with the heat index it was over 100! but thank God for pools :D !!!!!!

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Post by basshunter25 » 06 Jul 2010, 22:13

You should bring a 300 mag up there and shoot a big buck! But then you'd have to change your name to Poachin! :shock:
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Post by perchin » 06 Jul 2010, 22:26

basshunter25 wrote:You should bring a 300 mag up there and shoot a big buck! But then you'd have to change your name to Poachin! :shock:
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Post by Quackrstackr » 06 Jul 2010, 23:07

perchin wrote:It was 94 in Muskegon MI today...... I'm dying whenever it gets over 75 :x of course us Michiganders are used to cooler weather :|
No wonder you think your a/c works circles around everybody else's. :lol:

Like I said in the other thread.. you guys are just getting a short taste of what our entire summer is like. It's been mid to high 90's here for about a month now with high humidity for the majority of it.
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