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08-01-2006, 10:18 AM
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08-01-2006, 10:24 AM
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yeah, apparently a severe warning has been issued.
thank god my work is air conditioned.

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oh god gotta buy lunch at my store, wish me luck

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Oh really? 45 degrees? Thank god, I took a day off of work.

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Oh really? 45 degrees? Thank god, I took a day off of work.
Gonna be 48 in Ottawa with humidex -

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You gotta love the humidex factor .

Thank God for this :

http://www.abprix.com/achat/images_p...elcorglr16.jpg

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47 in Toronto right now, should get higher.

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Gonna be 48 in Ottawa with humidex -
I haven't been outside yet, but if that's so, god did I ever choose a bad day to go out shopping.

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Damn guys that sucks...it's beautiful here.

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I lived in Australia for 3 years.. where it *is* 45 degrees, and can feel like 50-55. It's not so bad so long as you keep water with you.

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So far this summer has sucked big time. Actually, I can't remember the last time we had a good summer in Montreal.

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There's not much worse than 45 degrees with nothing but clouds. It's not as bad as being at -25 with no snow on the ground, though.

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So far this summer has sucked big time. Actually, I can't remember the last time we had a good summer in Montreal.
last year was great

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yeah i thought last summer was one of our best in maybe a decade or so..imo

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So far this summer has sucked big time. Actually, I can't remember the last time we had a good summer in Montreal.
What's wrong about this summer? Because it's hot? I'd rather have 35 degrees OVER the freezing point, than under.

I had 2 great weeks, except for the major storm. But even that was fun to watch.

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What's wrong about this summer? Because it's hot? I'd rather have 35 degrees OVER the freezing point, than under.

I had 2 great weeks, except for the major storm. But even that was fun to watch.
Exactly...being hot > being cold.

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No way!! My theory is that extreme cold is better than extreme heat, because you can always become warmer by putting on thermals, etc. Heat is brutal, because once you're naked and STILL hot, you're screwed!

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Damn I have to be visiting condos all day. I've become incredibly heat intolerent since I bought an air conditioner. I'll be sweating like a pig.

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What's wrong about this summer? Because it's hot? I'd rather have 35 degrees OVER the freezing point, than under.

I had 2 great weeks, except for the major storm. But even that was fun to watch.
It's not the heat for me but the humidity. On days like these you move 3 feet and you're soaking wet. I have a friend who comes from Africa where it is much hotter than here on a consistent basis and he told me he had a really hard time even breathing here during the heat waves because of the humidity.

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Exactly...being hot > being cold.

What are you talking about? At least when it gets really cold after a while you don't feel it anymore from the numbness

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It's not the heat for me but the humidity. On days like these you move 3 feet and you're soaking wet. I have a friend who comes from Africa where it is much hotter than here on a consistent basis and he told me he had a really hard time even breathing here during the heat waves because of the humidity.
Exact same thing here. I like cold temperature, hot temperature is okay, but humidity kills me. I can't even move a toe with this kind of temperature...

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08-01-2006, 12:37 PM
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I walked out of the building this morning, and the air was extremely thick. Unfortunately, I dont have AC, so sleeping tonight will be a massive struggle.

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Ehh maybe i'm on crack but I thought last year was a lot worse as far as "smog" is considered. We had maybe 1 hard week and that was it so far this year.

Anyway, with my pulmonary problems I'd rather have a cold summer.

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08-01-2006, 01:09 PM
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Its too hot ..

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33, humidex is 42, and we have the potential for another line for storms akin to the ones we had a couple weeks that snapped hydro poles, tore the roofs off a few buildings and cause millions of dollars of damage. Heres hoping it doesnt materalize this time around!!!

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