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      07-02-2013, 05:53 PM   #23
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Lol no bro. What can I do? I drive an M3 and gf drives a C63. No one would believe it was 127 without a pic. It was hot as f*ck.
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      07-02-2013, 05:56 PM   #24
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65 degrees in SF

It's funny seeing people complain how hot it is when it is only 70 degrees. People are wearing shorts and heading to the beach..
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      07-02-2013, 06:16 PM   #25
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you wouldn't know this unless you had one... porsches have bad ass ac systems, literally like a refrigerator when it's 100+ outside
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      07-02-2013, 06:29 PM   #26
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Lol no bro. What can I do? I drive an M3 and gf drives a C63. No one would believe it was 127 without a pic. It was hot as f*ck.
Haha I'm joking, but yeah, that's ridiculous. I've seen 131 F, but what was years ago and I didn't take a picture):
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      07-02-2013, 06:48 PM   #27
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Haha I'm joking, but yeah, that's ridiculous. I've seen 131 F, but what was years ago and I didn't take a picture):
131 !! Wow. Should have tried boiling an egg in 127. Will try next time.
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      07-02-2013, 07:18 PM   #28
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131 !! Wow. Should have tried boiling an egg in 127. Will try next time.
No, don't do that. I tried that once. It didn't work. The egg ended up running down the pavement and getting egg white everywhere, then it cooked and smelled like shit.

Do not cook eggs on pavement.
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      07-02-2013, 09:24 PM   #30
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Here in Seattle, we don't put AC in homes because it doesn't get hot enough. Last 2 days were 95. Not as hot as some of the rest of you, but hard to get away from.
AC in my house is on 365 days
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It's a dry heat..... right?
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      07-02-2013, 09:56 PM   #33
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At my parents for the summer, and I usually keep my "man cave" (downstairs) at 68 degrees Fahrenheit.

Relatives just came over a couple of days ago, and they're a bit elderly so they can't tolerate 68 F all that well. I've had to increase the temperature to a brutal 78 F to accommodate them

It's pretty much been torture trying to sleep at night. Here in central Texas we've had about 100 F everyday and mid 70s during the night. The air conditioning downstairs is technically set at a temperature higher than the outside temperature

I pretty much have to blast my fan while drenching my body in cool water throughout the night just to stay sane.

Personally I keep the temperature downstairs at 68 F all year round. It's difficult for me to tolerate anything above ~72 F. What's typical for you guys?
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      07-02-2013, 10:40 PM   #34
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It's a dry heat..... right?
Most heat in US is dry heat except for a few states like Florida and Texas.

Asia on the other hand, is a PITA with the humid heat..
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It's been so damn hot in norcal this past week. I dont remember it being this hot for so many consecutive days.
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65 degrees in SF

It's funny seeing people complain how hot it is when it is only 70 degrees. People are wearing shorts and heading to the beach..
Ah yes, good ol' SF. I was in SJ friday and it was about 95f, I drive up on 280 and near Palo Alto and all that area it's 105f, as soon as I hit South SF, Daily City and all that BOOM! Clouds, cool breeze, and 65f degree weather! Oh the joy.
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55 C = 131 F

with 90%+ humidity.

Pic is from a couple years back, but august is coming and we will get these temps again soon.
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      07-03-2013, 09:48 AM   #38
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      07-03-2013, 12:32 PM   #39
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"The coldest winter I ever spent was that summer in San Francisco"
lol, i worked in s.f. one summer a while back, and wore jackets during lunch break
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Most heat in US is dry heat except for a few states like Florida and Texas.
Come to the Philadelphia area during the summer...
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Most heat in US is dry heat except for a few states like Florida and Texas.

Asia on the other hand, is a PITA with the humid heat..
SC is super humid and hot. Pretty much the whole (real) south gets cooking this time of year.
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lived a few different places..Charleston SC = crazy humidity
San Diego=perfect weather
Yuma = feels like opening an oven when stepping foot outside
NY = loved the season's but can get very hot as well with a stench depending on the part of town
can't imagine 131 with crazy humidity
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Ah it is so nice and cool right now. High today is 75*.
I am good with never having to experience that kind of heatwave again.
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