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I was in Dallas last week... 107 with +100's forecast all week. The TV weather guy used one of those infrared thermometers and it showed the asphalt temp at 143 and this was at 7pm. I know that when I walked across the parking lot at my hotel my shoes got tar on them.
They are correct when they say "yeah, but that is a dry heat".. the humidity was almost non existent it seemed but it was like being in an oven.
I lived in Charleston in 2003 and 2004... every day in the summer it seemed that it was 90+ with 90% humidity... have to say that as much as I love the place that was the consistently most uncomfortable summers I ever spent.
It has actually been hotter and drier this year in VA than in Alabama.
Crimsonbleeder "If Trent doesn't go pro this year I will eat my car tires"
It can be 10 degrees difference between Gadsden and Ttown. The whole city is surrounded by mountains. Late night and early am the cool air is trapped. the post is absolutely correct!
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