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Hot tonight init ?
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Not Happy
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#2
Depends upon which part of the planet you live.
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#3
The north of irelands hottest day ever today.
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#4
Sweltering here too.  The upside today was that on my walk home from the gym (1-1/2 miles) lots of legs in shorts to ogle. Fancy Big Grin
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#5
Feels hotter tonight (indoors). The breeze was there when I came home, but doesn’t seem to be finding its way in.
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#6
A week of 90-degrees Fahrenheit. I'm used to a couple in the depths of July, but I cannot remember over an entire week of it.
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#7
Tonight is pure filth in deepest darkest Hicksville,

And not in a good way.
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#8
The Summer is pretty normal for Texas this year. We're used to high humidity and temperatures in the 90s to 100s for weeks on end at this point, as much as you can be used to it anyway. One year, I remember we had 3 months straight over 100 F.
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(20-07-2021, 05:26 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: The Summer is pretty normal for Texas this year.  We're used to high humidity and temperatures in the 90s to 100s for weeks on end at this point, as much as you can be used to it anyway.  One year, I remember we had 3 months straight over 100 F.

It could get even hotter.  Look at what happened in Phoenix, Arizona (120F?).
But then Phoenix, like Las Vegas, was built in the desert.  That may turn against them.

I'm reading an article. It says:
The temperature reached 116 degrees in Portland, Ore., at one point and 121 in British Columbia, Canada. Climate researchers concluded that those levels of heat would have been “virtually impossible without climate change.”
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#10
I'm astounded in this day and age of sending people into space that there isn't a small, silent, cheap appliance everyone is able to buy and store easily that is able to cool a room down a few degrees so you can sleep comfortably. Like some sort of mini AC without the need to vent. I'm sorry fans just don't cut it for me! Surely someone would make an absolute fortune?
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#11
One of the problems here in the UK is that for the last few decades the obsession has been energy saving so we now have homes that are superb at trapping heat to keep us warm.

Which in 30'C heat are a nightmare.
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(20-07-2021, 06:00 PM)Andy Wrote: I'm astounded in this day and age of sending people into space that there isn't a small, silent, cheap appliance everyone is able to buy and store easily that is able to cool a room down a few degrees so you can sleep comfortably. Like some sort of mini AC without the need to vent. I'm sorry fans just don't cut it for me! Surely someone would make an absolute fortune?

Freeze a basin of water during the day. Tip the block of ice on it's side, but still in the basin to melt in to it. Place a normal fan in front of the block of ice. Cools the room right down.... allegedly. I've never actually tried it.

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#13
Air in Minneapolis is unhealthy due to Ontarian/Manitoban wildfires. Also learned from Mom that typically in Minnesota, we have about 13 days above 90 a year. So far this summer we've had 19.
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(20-07-2021, 11:18 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Air in Minneapolis is unhealthy due to Ontarian/Manitoban wildfires. Also learned from Mom that typically in Minnesota, we have about 13 days above 90 a year. So far this summer we've had 19.

That's much more than we've had here. And I live in the South.
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(20-07-2021, 11:12 PM)Bangle1 Wrote:
(20-07-2021, 06:00 PM)Andy Wrote: I'm astounded in this day and age of sending people into space that there isn't a small, silent, cheap appliance everyone is able to buy and store easily that is able to cool a room down a few degrees so you can sleep comfortably. Like some sort of mini AC without the need to vent. I'm sorry fans just don't cut it for me! Surely someone would make an absolute fortune?

Freeze a basin of water during the day. Tip the block of ice on it's side, but still in the basin to melt in to it. Place a normal fan in front of the block of ice. Cools the room right down.... allegedly. I've never actually tried it.

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Yeah I tried this last year, didn't make any difference, melted and went warm within 10 minutes. It probably works well in an already cool/air conditioned room for extra cooling but when the room is 32 degrees to start with like my bedroom was last night it doesn't really stand a chance!
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#16
Another one that doesn't work is a damp facecloth draped over a fan.
Tested.
Bollocks.
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#17
Yep, all these so-called hacks are bollocks. Might work for 5 minutes at best.

I borrowed my brother's spare industrial strength fan yesterday and sat in front of it all evening - bliss. Had to have the telly up full blast to hear a word of it, but frankly fuck the neighbours in this heat,  Cool
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(20-07-2021, 11:18 PM)Heinrich Wrote: Air in Minneapolis is unhealthy due to Ontarian/Manitoban wildfires. Also learned from Mom that typically in Minnesota, we have about 13 days above 90 a year. So far this summer we've had 19.

Here's a map.

See How Wildfire Smoke Spread Across America
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#19
Has anyone had success with a ceiling fan?
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#20
Was thinking the same thing.

They seem to work in foreign parts.
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