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Record-breaking temperatures in the U.S.


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CubA_iLL_BrothA

Yea I live in Michigan, and we've had temps up to 80 since the past couple weeks.

Right now as I'm speaking it's 85.

 

They say it's weird, I love this. cool.gif

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Ve dessert peoples very use to de heat, modef*cka.

 

 

But seriously, here in Tehran it's 52 F, I guess it's mother nature's that time of the month* again.

 

 

*Yes, I'm talking about the one with blood.

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I hope we get a sh*t load of rain this summer here in upstate New York, because it's going to get hot this year.

 

I better call Sears in advance.

 

 

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I live in Canada and it's 26 degrees in the area that I live. It's probably the warmest march that I ever experienced here.

wtff where do you live? Winnipeg? I heard it was 20 there not too long ago.

 

Its been almost ten degrees the past few days but now its like -3 and it sucks. Atleast its sunny and the snows almost gone!

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Its not 80 degrees lol. It hasn't even been over 75 yet, but then it should be 75 this friday here in NY

oh its been 80 up where i am. it got to 81 yesterday, and to about 75-80 today

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YankeesPwnMets
Its not 80 degrees lol. It hasn't even been over 75 yet, but then it should be 75 this friday here in NY

oh its been 80 up where i am. it got to 81 yesterday, and to about 75-80 today

Well, it really hasn't been above the 70s here in the Big Apple

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Wisconsin has been pushing 80's for a few days. I love the warm weather but my apartment is a little humid for my liking right now. I can't believe how few snowstorms we've have this year. One of the weatherguys today said we'd need to have like a full week of 0 degree temps just to get back down to the month avg. Time to dig up the maple trees and plant some palm trees.

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AlexGTAGamer

I bet you lot haven't got a hosepipe ban in place unlike in the South East of England and East Anglia.

 

http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2012...rought-water-uk

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article75...615/drought+map

 

I still find it hard to believe that there is a drought here in rainy old England. confused.gif

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f*cking hot here already in the midwest (Indiana) high of 85. We have been expecting T-storms for days to bring it down, but nothing as of yet. I expect a terribly hot Summer. sad.gif

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  • 4 weeks later...

Within this week alone, Snow, 20 degrees Fahrenheit and by Wednesday, next, 78 degrees, sunny, rain, nearly all sorts of weather, I also thought the Tornadoes down South might effect some of our members here, but haven't heard anyone say so yet.

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HydraulicWaRiOr

It's f*cking scorching here in Los Angeles, I'm suprised nothing has caught fire. I had a fever 2 days ago, and that sh*t made me feel like I was in Hell.

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You guys should live in Texas. If it isn't cold, rainy, or windy as hell, spring is always in the upper 70s-lower 80s Fahrenheit.

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RomansMoobs

It's a perfect 73 degrees here in Cleveland. Pretty mild day for mid to late April. Feels like the end of May. Trees started getting leaves on them in March too, and that doesn't usually start till the end of April or early May.

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f*cking hot here already in the midwest (Indiana) high of 85. We have been expecting T-storms for days to bring it down, but nothing as of yet. I expect a terribly hot Summer.  sad.gif

Oh well. After the brutal winter we had a couple years (or so) ago, I will not bitch about the heat. Yeah, it's not seasonal weather but screw it. I just deal with the heat. It's still better than brutal winter cold that requires wearing layers and layers of clothing and I still shiver and shake.

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Juice By Kayla Marie

I live in southern Minnesota/Wisconsin and a few weeks ago it was upper 80s almost 90s n we have hardly got any snow last winter. NOW it's rainy and sh*tty like 50s..burrr

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I'm in the Dead center of MN, we had 12 to 24 hours of rain but it's nice and 60F again! Suns out, light wind, and on the East coast, a HELLA NOR'EASTER bearing down with up to 2 feet of snow! HELL! haha

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Los Santos Pedestrian

Right now in Vermont, the weather in Britain has duplicated and moved over here. It's been the same thing for three days.

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..., and on the East coast, a HELLA NOR'EASTER bearing down with up to 2 feet of snow! HELL! haha

I'm totally thankful to be on the south east end of this state right now. I'll take the rain and wind from the Nor'Easter thank you very much. Snow would have made me freak out. We actually needed the rain, and it was a nice constant down pour all yesterday. Sometimes you just need that easy excuse to stay in the house all day and do nothing.

 

I am starting to get a bit cranky about the temp though. Jesus f*cking christ, it is almost the end of April and I don't even think it broke 50f today. Sucks extra balls since it was like 80+/90f a bit last week.

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Watching the Weather Channel tonight with my folks, my dad was laughing at all the snow they got, poor guys. The funnier aspect was that there was now snow on the ski resort and "no takers"!

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78 DEGREES

 

WHAT THE f*ck MAN YOU'LL BURN ALIVE!!!

 

Oh wait, it's silly Americans with fahrenheit.

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AlexGTAGamer

Cold, horrible weather here. All we are getting is torential downpours and gail force winds, heck a mini tornado hit Rugby in Warwickshire, and yet the hosepipe ban is still in place in the East. It's just a joke now, London could flood tomorrow and they'd still say there is not enough water. confused.gif

 

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16216532

 

http://www.metro.co.uk/news/897301-uk-hit-...an-still-stands

 

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I thought the hosepipe ban was only in place in the East, turns out drought is now affecting half of England, including Bristol. That shocked me the most.

 

http://www.hosepipeban.org.uk/2012/04/16/d...alf-of-england/

 

This doesn't impact me that much as we don't have a hosepipe, nor do we water our garden, we tend to leave it all to nature (and nature has been doing its fair share of gardening recently). We try our best not to waste too much water, so the day the taps run dry or certain batches of food are priced sky high due to poor yield counts due to lack of water, is the day I'll panic.

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Well why don't you set up a rainwater irrigation system then? That way, you wouldn't be using potable water that could be used for drinking for your garden.

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grope_4_that_date

I hear you Los Santos Pedestrian, people who laugh at Global Warming are just ignorant. It's a serious issue.

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