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#1 by tasman1 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 18:55

Extreme heat is building in the western United States, with forecasts of record-breaking temperatures in the states of California and Nevada.

It comes just weeks after another dangerous heatwave hit North America, and the region has experienced the hottest June on record.

California's Death Valley on Friday recorded a high of 54.4C (130F), with similar heat expected this weekend.

Millions of people in the US are under warnings of excessive heat.

The National Weather Service has advised those affected to drink plenty of water and stay in air conditioned buildings.

The temperature in Death Valley on Friday matched one recorded in August 2020 - which some argue is the highest temperature ever reliably recorded on Earth

B.T.W. It is not bad considering 2022 norm will be a bit above 60C
B.T.W. Australia just recorded coldest day for this time of the year
Tasmania , nice and hot, last night was -5C
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#2 by Arvind9 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 19:00

-5C is Cool better than becoming BBQ chicken in 50-60 deg Celsius
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#3 by Madison91 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 19:05

The scorching heat of southern China has arrived.
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#4 by tasman1 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 19:19

Madison91 wrote: The scorching heat of southern China has arrived.




Cool , you can send 20C-30C here , will pay dollar per each 1C
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#5 by Madison91 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 19:33

tasman1 wrote:
Madison91 wrote: The scorching heat of southern China has arrived.




Cool , you can send 20C-30C here , will pay dollar per each 1C

No, it's too expensive, I think Air Conditioner is cheaper. 8-)
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#6 by kanjoormadam09 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 21:41

2021 was good for India. Less hot climate with adequate summer showers.
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#7 by pardeeep143 » Sat Jul 10, 2021 22:27

i am enjoying rainfall here cool weather but my crops are badly effected from it.
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#8 by valerie » Sat Jul 10, 2021 22:39

It's a blizzard of rain, lightning, and thunder here right now.
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Sun Jul 11, 2021 16:43

Arvind9 wrote: -5C is Cool better than becoming BBQ chicken in 50-60 deg Celsius

I agree - now 60C is boiling point - it almost came to that in BC, people didn't need any BBQ, all they did was bring their cooking plates outside and let the sun do the rest - It's crazy, so many people DIED of the heat, not everyone has the luxury of having ACs and the law does not permit walking naked in public places, no exceptions :D But no worries, this winter will be NASTY and the arctic cold and polar vortex will make up for it, let's see what they say come winter when the opposite happens, -50C-60C - but the choice is clear, at least in extreme cold you can wear clothes, you don't need AC, you can keep warm with heaters or with fire - it's easier to stay warm in the cold, than cold in the warm :D

Yeah -5C sounds really really good right now after a couple of weeks in the 50C, at -5C it would feel the same as 20C :lol:

In the winter most of the snow storms and weather depressions come from US states below, and in the summer it is the same, does Canada have a good case to sue the United States for the bad weather in the winter and heat waves in the summer ? :mrgreen:
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#10 by tasman1 » Sun Jul 11, 2021 18:33

Canada will be new Sahara , Sahara will be new Canada , Australia will be new Antarctica, Antarctica will be new Hawaii
India will be new Amazon . Amazon will be new Tibet and Ape will be new Humans , Humans will be new Ape

Merry go around and nothing we can do about
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#11 by Darkstar2 » Sun Jul 11, 2021 18:43

tasman1 wrote: Canada will be new Sahara , Sahara will be new Canada , Australia will be new Antarctica, Antarctica will be new Hawaii
India will be new Amazon . Amazon will be new Tibet and Ape will be new Humans , Humans will be new Ape

Merry go around and nothing we can do about

In other words, pole shifting - To be honest, I cannot imagine living summer all year round - I mean I like a good balance, I don't like 4 hours of daily snow shovelling and ice either but a good balance to me is weather that is not too cold and not too hot - ideally in the 50 F ~ 68 F :mrgreen: I don't like extremes - nobody likes to spend time outside and get frozen eye balls - and I don't like getting cooked under the scorching hot sun either, the good news is that we do not have sand storms here - yeah I guess it's better than living in the desert - but at least in the desert you have peace and quiet, can always build a shelter out of hay it will be more solid than most condos anyway :P
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