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Old 07-16-2011, 10:55 PM   #15
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Here in the Sacramento Delta, the average for this time of year is mid 90s.

For the past week or so, due to a nice Delta Breeze, it has been in the mid to high 70s. Weather guy says this should last at least another week.

Works just fine for us.
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Old 07-16-2011, 11:06 PM   #16
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16 degrees here in Vancouver with light rain. (hint....think metric) :-)
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Old 07-17-2011, 01:29 PM   #17
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DKB, I think you're on to something! Like pregnancy! If you remembered the pain, you'd move out of Texas on the first flatbed you could borrow... LOLOLOL
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:00 PM   #18
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Was about 95 today with HIGH humidity. It's cool in the trailer but the shop isn't cooled. I'm building cabinets now and fitting parts, so it's back and forth a LOT. I've been leaving the Airstream air on day and night so when I do get a chance to work inside the trailer it's cool inside.

I did acreage work today, hauled dirt with the loader, mulched a row and a half of apple trees, mowed my back lot (3 hours), and pulled hoses to water new grass and garden. I was probably out 6 hours. I kinda like to use tractors and mowers weekends. During the week my two grandsons are here for grandma's day care.
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Today has been average for this time of year. 65* was the high, 54* was the low. The fog burned off about noon, and I can see the ocean from my study.

I think my wife went to the ocean again, today. I'm rather jealous of her.

Definitely not missing home this summer!
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Old 07-17-2011, 09:21 PM   #20
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I'm guessing we're the exception to the rule ... because we love Texas summers. Bring on the heat and the sun ... we always dread winter and the dreary cool rainy days.

I guess the long season of warm temps is the primary reason why we live in Texas.
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Today has been average for this time of year. 65* was the high, 54* was the low. The fog burned off about noon, and I can see the ocean from my study.

I think my wife went to the ocean again, today. I'm rather jealous of her.

Definitely not missing home this summer!

You must be in Monterey. I thought it was warmer than that when I was there. That's my favorite spot on the west coast.
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in six years living here, the coldest temp we saw was in Feb. '06. It got down to 63 deg. F for a few hours one afternoon late when a cold front blew through. We had to put on windbreakers to walk the beach! of course the water was still around 75 so wading felt good. I don't think it's gotten that cold again since then.
Highest temps we've seen were brief 93 deg. here and there, but it never lasts for long. Just til the wind changes back to normal. 95% of the year the temp here is between 70 and 90. Most commonly, around 85. Like right now. And yesterday. and the day before....etc.

After growing up in Texas and living in New England for many years, with a lot of travel in the mix...it's kinda nice to basically live in a 20 degree thermal bandwidth.
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It's been mid-70's here most of the summer, very low humidity and cool nights. Absolutely beautiful. Ahhh... it's hard to beat central California coast weather!
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