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    How's the weather at your place? - July 2018

    Welcome to the July 2018 weather thread!

    The full moon is on the 27th and called the Full Buck Moon. At this time, a buck’s antlers are in full growth mode. This Full Moon was also known as the Thunder Moon because thunderstorms are so frequent during this month.
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    HOT AND HUMID Mid 90’s and 90%+ humidity-heat indexes well over 100F

    Hard to get anything done here without being in danger of heat injuries (heat exhaustion and heat stroke). Even mowing the lawn results in sweating worse than a ‘lady of the night’ in church doesn’t look much better in the near future either
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    Low of 66* earlier this morning with our usual 100% humidity - calling for a high of 94* today. It was fairly pleasant yesterday morning but the humidity really kicked in overnight to make it uncomfortable even early in the morning.

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    Very hot and humid in west PA for a few days. Heat index near 100, but it's the humidity that sucks.
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    Hot and humid. 84 already and high of 93 plus humidity. Baling today, should be a hot one. Need to get that cab tractor.
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    There for a while Id really started to like Coaltrain. The 66 degree temp weather forecast pictures hes posting are having a negative effect on that, lol!

    Hot and humid here. Bad. Over 100 heat index the last few days, so doing much of anything outside, even with a fan, does ones body no good.
    I went out to the shop yesterday to take the rears off the 2025 and get some real measurements for my tire dilemma, and in the time it took me to jack it up, pull the wheel weights and remove 12 bolts, I was soaked.

    Luckily it looks like some relief is in sight in the next day or two!
    Rain coming and lower temps, but most likely still high humidity.
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    It’s going to be another hot one here. Another pool day.
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    The one negative, or is it positive, is the hot weather keeping me inside burning money on stuff for my new tractor.
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    Cooling trend today, only got up to 98*.

    Ended up with 11.36" of rain in June (historically our wettest month), year to date 32.55" of rain.

    Better than last year where we were up to 45" at the same time.

    So far this year kind of normal for us rain wise.
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    I like comparing my rain data to OC’s - what a difference!

    Total rain for June - 5.23”
    Average for June - 3.77”

    Year to date total - 23.56”
    Average year to date - 17.34”

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    Quite sultry this morning at 68* with our usual 100% humidity and heavy fog - calling for a high of 90* today. Looks like a chance of severe thunderstorms every afternoon now until a proper cold front pushes through Thursday night / Friday morning which will end this weather pattern for us.

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