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Welcome To New Hampshire!

This week, I put my air conditioners in.

I have yet to put away my electric heaters.

It's currently about fifty degrees outside.

This weekend, it's supposed to hit the 90's.

Yup, must be June in New Hampshire.


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Last year summer was on Wed... (Below threshold)
Oyster:

Last year summer was on Wednesday, right?

It's 90 degrees here in Ohi... (Below threshold)

It's 90 degrees here in Ohio and we hate it.
Please tell us it'll be 70 at the cottage we rent in Maine for July.

And in an OT vein, I sugg... (Below threshold)
irongrampa:

And in an OT vein, I suggest y'all take a moment and remember this day, 64 years ago, and say thanks.

In Houston, Texas is has be... (Below threshold)
WildWillie:

In Houston, Texas is has been 94 degrees and 80% humidity for two weeks now. The temperature will drop in about 14 weeks. ;) ww

While I am with iron grandp... (Below threshold)
epador:

While I am with iron grandpa, we don't need no stinkin' AC on the NW coast!

Iron,"These are the ... (Below threshold)
Jess:

Iron,
"These are the boys of Pointe du Hoc. These are the men who took the cliffs. These are the champions who helped free a continent. These are the heroes who helped end a war."

We will never forget them.

J

This is not global warming,... (Below threshold)

This is not global warming, either. It's called SUMMERTIME! Here in the Washington, D.C. area it is expected to slither close to 100 degrees in the next few days. I don't know the name of the saint who invented air conditioning, I only know that he is high on my list of personal heroes!

As to the "greatest generation" - those were my aunts, uncles and some cousins (my mother was the baby of 12 kids and had nephews older than her). They were magnificent human beings, one and all, and their sacrifices and efforts have always left me awestruck and grateful.

Gayle,Thank Willis H... (Below threshold)
Jess:

Gayle,
Thank Willis Haviland Carrier. (yeah, that Carrier)

J

JT, you could be describing... (Below threshold)
COgirl:

JT, you could be describing Colorado. I had the A/C on a few days and then yesterday the high hit 52. Springtime in the Rockies. . .

J.,Since we live o... (Below threshold)

J.,

Since we live on approximately the same latitude (or close to it), you have my sympathy. The Seattle forecast includes rain in 9 of the next 10 days, with most days being in the mid-50's. The heat's been on for the last 5 days at my house.

Welcome to Junevember.

I spent four years at schoo... (Below threshold)
Corky Boyd:

I spent four years at school in New Hampshire. One day at morning assembly the headmaster told us the story of a New Hampshirite who lived on the state border. When the state line was resurveyed, he was informed he actully lived in the neighboring state. To which he replied:

"Thank God, I couldnt haave taken another New Hampshire winter."

It sounds a lot like Januar... (Below threshold)

It sounds a lot like January in Louisiana.




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