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July pattern(s) and discussion

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2 minutes ago, metagraphica said:

Missed it by a degree yesterday.  Today; however, is going to be toasty on the tarmac.  88 @ noon time....we might hit 93 or 94. (still dry though)

Yeah I saw that this morning. Was close. They may be able to run a massive 90 + string of days together starting yesterday. Friday is the only iffy day. Depends on how soon it clears out 

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1 hour ago, dendrite said:

June 02 maybe?

Yeah ...maybe Brian.  It's been a ways back now.

Was there a something big that year - i'll google

EDIT: yup ... good call dude..  It was definitely this,    https://cimss.ssec.wisc.edu/goes/misc/020628/020628.html

That was crazy... I remember looking up at this surreal cast, the underside looked like a field of 'popped mammatta'  ... or a middle aged mom's busted ravioli 

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8 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

That’s awesome. Love it cold when I’m eating. No need for stale warm air.

it doesn't have to be a freezer. I feel like a penguin. What's wrong with room temperature? 

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16 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

Speaking of AC's...this is ridiculous. 

Walk next door to lunch and wearing short sleeves...beautiful...lovely. Go inside and eat there and IT'S FREEZING. I nearly froze. It is NOT NECESSARY TO HAVE THE AIR ON THAT COLD. Can people not really take a little heat? Is a little warmth too much?? wah wah wah I'm a little uncomfortable and I hate it...let me turn up the AC so its a localized ice'd age. I mean my goodness..wtf. It's not even hot out. All this climate control crap is ridiculous 

I have the AC debate/problem at the office.. 

Man, embarrassing ...but my hands get cold.   Literally ...sitting there at the computer scanning software and it's distracting.  Sometimes you get those gooseys along your ribs.  I feel like I don't need the AC that chilly but no one else seems to be complainin'.   Although, both Carolyn and Ashley have a space heater under their desks and once in a while I have to go in their office and I can hear the white noise of them runnin.   I'm like... warm air and white noise - how is that helping get work done.  Heh. 

I refuse to admit to a space heater as a middle aged male holding out hope - 

But I know what you mean. 

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11 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

BDL climate for Ditty all year ‘round.

My oven is 350 degrees when I bake chicken. Much like the tarmac at BDl nobody lives there.

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12 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

it doesn't have to be a freezer. I feel like a penguin. What's wrong with room temperature? 

Everything.

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7 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

:weenie: 

Room temperature is debatable, It depends on the weather outside, If you want to keep it at 70°F when its 90°F out, Of course its going to feel cold, And its vice versa in the winter, Good luck trying to reach a temp of 60°F with window units in the summer with the air temp near 90, You will ice up big time, You probably have your apt temp set at what the hospitals keep theirs at in the winter....................:lol:

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7 minutes ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I have the AC debate/problem at the office.. 

Man, embarrassing ...but my hands get cold.   Literally ...sitting there at the computer scanning software and it's distracting.  Sometimes you get those gooseys along your ribs.  I feel like I don't need the AC that chilly but no one else seems to be complainin'.   Although, both Carolyn and Ashley have a space heater under their desks and once in a while I have to go in their office and I can hear the white noise of them runnin.   I'm like... warm air and white noise - how is that helping get work done.  Heh. 

I refuse to admit to a space heater as a middle aged male holding out hope - 

But I know what you mean. 

Are you hiding under their desks looking for peek a boos?

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Speaking of over-zealous AC, these supermarkets can be chilly. The other dew day last week (Saturday). I kept passing by a 100? year old man in Muck-it Basket doing laps.

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7 minutes ago, dryslot said:

Room temperature is debatable, It depends on the weather outside, If you want to keep it at 70°F when its 90°F out, Of course its going to feel cold, And its vice versa in the winter, Good luck trying to reach a temp of 60°F with window units in the summer with the air temp near 90, You will ice up big time, You probably have your apt temp set at what the hospitals keep theirs at in the winter....................:lol:

IDK...I think around 70-75 winter and summer is perfect for indoor temperature. Maybe 79 in winter

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Just now, weatherwiz said:

IDK...I think around 70-75 winter and summer is perfect for indoor temperature. Maybe 79 in winter

70-75 is way too warm during the winter.

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Nother note...  that guy in the gulf startin to do the twist a bit more obviously on sat channels... Looks like it might be trying to establish an axis a bit SW of the "fix" 

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1 minute ago, Great Snow 1717 said:

70-75 is way too warm during the winter.

I like the consistency...although it certainly does make it feel even worse when going outside. 

Come to think about it though maybe its more around 65-70 in the winter...I forget. 

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4 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

IDK...I think around 70-75 winter and summer is perfect for indoor temperature. Maybe 79 in winter

I shoot for 70 year round, Anything over that is way to warm and way to wasteful on energy.

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10 minutes ago, dryslot said:

I shoot for 70 year round, Anything over that is way to warm and way to wasteful on energy.

that sounds perfect

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6 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

that sounds perfect

I ran a 360K sq ft facility for 25 years, the constant battle between occupants about temp was tiresome. Cubicle mates both complaining one cold one hot. Everyone has a different perfect temp while working.  I tried my best within Museum standards of 68/72 over 50 to please everyone but you can't.  Often the coldest ones sat near a discharge vent discharging 55 degree air that was trying to satisfy a thermostat that read say 74 degrees.  We actually moved one person who despite being in the same room never complained again. I  often answered calls and emails by saying I will take care of it. After an hour I asked if it was better. 99% of the time the response was yes. I didnt do anything,  just the air handler slowing down the flow of air. Of course you need variable air flow for that. Constant volume units blowing cold air to satisfy a thermostat are an issue everywhere. 

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17 minutes ago, Ginx snewx said:

I ran a 360K sq ft facility for 25 years, the constant battle between occupants about temp was tiresome. Cubicle mates both complaining one cold one hot. Everyone has a different perfect temp while working.  I tried my best within Museum standards of 68/72 over 50 to please everyone but you can't.  Often the coldest ones sat near a discharge vent discharging 55 degree air that was trying to satisfy a thermostat that read say 74 degrees.  We actually moved one person who despite being in the same room never complained again. I  often answered calls and emails by saying I will take care of it. After an hour I asked if it was better. 99% of the time the response was yes. I didnt do anything,  just the air handler slowing down the flow of air. Of course you need variable air flow for that. Constant volume units blowing cold air to satisfy a thermostat are an issue everywhere. 

I can certainly see how this is problematic in the work place. But 68-72 is a perfectly reasonable range. Some people get hot easily and others cold. I know I'm one who is cold easily so I just carry around a sweatshirt or light jacket...no biggie. But if people are complaining and the temp is in that range...they just have to adjust. Like if you're cold wear something extra. If you're too hot...well I know you can't take anything off but if that temp range is seriously too much for you to handle I'd go to a doctor lol 

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42 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

that sounds perfect

I leave the thermostat at 70 in the winter, Use to turn it down at night then back up during the day but you use more energy heating back up the inside of the house, You use less energy maintaining the same temp.

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1 hour ago, Typhoon Tip said:

I have the AC debate/problem at the office.. 

Man, embarrassing ...but my hands get cold.   Literally ...sitting there at the computer scanning software and it's distracting.  Sometimes you get those gooseys along your ribs.  I feel like I don't need the AC that chilly but no one else seems to be complainin'.   Although, both Carolyn and Ashley have a space heater under their desks and once in a while I have to go in their office and I can hear the white noise of them runnin.   I'm like... warm air and white noise - how is that helping get work done.  Heh. 

I refuse to admit to a space heater as a middle aged male holding out hope - 

But I know what you mean. 

You should ask Mike about his shawl guy. 

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1 hour ago, weatherwiz said:

IDK...I think around 70-75 winter and summer is perfect for indoor temperature. Maybe 79 in winter

You’ve got issues. Nobody in their right mind except for cranky old women want it that hot indoors during winter. I keep mine 68 all year ‘round.

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13 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

I can certainly see how this is problematic in the work place. But 68-72 is a perfectly reasonable range. Some people get hot easily and others cold. I know I'm one who is cold easily so I just carry around a sweatshirt or light jacket...no biggie. But if people are complaining and the temp is in that range...they just have to adjust. Like if you're cold wear something extra. If you're too hot...well I know you can't take anything off but if that temp range is seriously too much for you to handle I'd go to a doctor lol 

Do you tie your sweatshirt around your waste at all times?

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Just now, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

Do you tie your sweatshirt around your waste at all times?

Toss it over the shoulder 

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1 hour ago, Great Snow 1717 said:

70-75 is way too warm during the winter.

 Unless you heat with wood.   My 50 year old muscles enjoy the living room in the low 70s  during the cold months.

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1 hour ago, Great Snow 1717 said:

All things considered it has been typical weather for July.

Certainly nothing out of the ordinary so far.

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18 minutes ago, RUNNAWAYICEBERG said:

You’ve got issues. Nobody in their right mind except for cranky old women want it that hot indoors during winter. I keep mine 68 all year ‘round.

at school when my roommate wasn't there I would crank the thermostat to 75 sometimes...I think I did higher a few times and I accidentally passed out and woke up in the middle of the night like a dry sponge 

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6 minutes ago, weatherwiz said:

at school when my roommate wasn't there I would crank the thermostat to 75 sometimes...I think I did higher a few times and I accidentally passed out and woke up in the middle of the night like a dry sponge 

Where your bottoms pulled down when you awoke?

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