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Saturday, July 25, 2020

Mornin'!



 A nice weekend is in store for us.


  • Today
    Sun and clouds mixed. High around 90F. Winds WNW at 5 to 10 mph.
  • Tonight
    Partly cloudy. Low 66F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph.
  • Tomorrow
    Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 93F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.
  • Tomorrow Night
    Partly cloudy skies. Low 74F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.

Play safe and enjoy the day if you can.













14 comments:

  1. At 8:00 AM it was already unbearable down here. The humidity has eased up to to a "crisp" 84%, but it is still killer with mid-nineties temperatures.

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    1. Believe me, could be worse. I was at Diego Garcia for 8 months, '03 to '04, and it was 88 to 99, humidity 99% or better. Always rained like a cow peeing on a flat rock every noontime.

      I learned to HATE the tropics...

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  2. Good morning, deplorables.

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  3. Jackson Hole with the Grand Tetons in the background. Wish I was there.

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    1. 2 years ago I spent a week in the Gros Ventre campground (35' motor home), bummed around the place, went to Jellystone, etc. Don't go to Jackson Hole, it really is a HOLE! Tourist trap...
      Wish I was there again instead of halfway up the east slope of the Wellesville Mountains (Logan, UT) in a *closed* campground (my wife and I are Camp Hosts, mostly weedwhacking, limb lopping, and mowing... no campers).

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    2. Lived in Jackson Hole decades ago, before Hollywooders and other douches discovered it. Can't bring myself to go back and see it ruined now. Did a lot of climbing in the Gros Ventre Valley. Beautiful spot.

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    3. Just went through Jackson on the 4 the. Yuppies have completely ruined it. Mobs of people everywhere I looked almost made me sick.

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  4. Not here on the Gulf Coast. Hot, shitty, thunderstorms, rip current advisory. Rinse, repeat for the next few days...

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  5. Says it all:
    https://townhall.com/columnists/larryoconnor/2020/07/24/the-silent-majority-wont-be-so-silent-come-november-n2573067

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  6. Why is Althouse on your Blog List?

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  7. I miss those kinds of temps in the high plains of west Texas. Nights were cool and dry, days were hot and dry. I remember the sound of V8's running on natural gas to pump water for the cotton about this time of year. There were little pools of warm air that had that distinctive smell around each pump. Little islands of noise, heat and that weird exhaust odor... Driving through the fields at night was a sensory experience... Seeing the blue lightning of electricity running over spark plug wires in the dark.... I didn't realize I lived near heaven then.... And damnably far away from it now....

    Down it south Texas it's normally like a soggy wet wool blanket at high noon on a dog day in August...

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  8. Southern California weather:

    High / Low 84°/62°. (65 current)
    Wind 1 mph
    Humidity 84%
    Dew Point 59°
    Pressure 29.94 in
    UV Index 1 of 10 (8am)
    Visibility 7 mi

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  9. northern patagonia,
    cool days, chilly nights. weather cycling between a. cool, cloudy, shifting to rain. and b cool partly cloudy patches of clear blue sky. wood stove going day and night. muddy roads with chuck holes. chainsaw noise of neighbors drowning out the sound of the Ibis. sounds of rain on the corregated sheet metal roof. cooking new meals from normal ingredients, via recipes from the internet. great new white sauce (to me) a little flour, some butter and some cream. whipped together.

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