That’s what it felt like here yesterday…I was outside doing yardwork around 1PM (was not good idea, but took breaks and kept well hydrated…I think we hit a “real” feel of 111 degrees…
I was on my tractor and soaked to the bone in sweat. I really wasn’t exerting myself. Just moving some stuff. I went in and drank a gallon of water and fell asleep for an hour. Just way to hot…
FL…Flood Watch through Friday evening for Coastal Charlotte-Coastal
Citrus-Coastal Hernando-Coastal Hillsborough-Coastal Lee-
Coastal Levy-Coastal Manatee-Coastal Pasco-Coastal Sarasota-
DeSoto-Hardee-Highlands-Inland Charlotte-Inland Citrus-
Inland Hernando-Inland Hillsborough-Inland Lee-Inland Levy-
Inland Manatee-Inland Pasco-Inland Sarasota-Pinellas-Polk-
107° here yesterday. Not heat Index/feels like. Nope. Actual 107°. Suppose to be warmer today.
My type of weather this time of year. Just get rid of the ragweed…yesterday was the worst day so far. A little rain overnight must have washed it out because today not so bad.
Last week of August…shows troughing in the middle…heat out west and heat in the northeast…looks good to me. GFS actually shows some 40Fs for very late month here…
Does not look like a repeat of last year around this time when it turned very wet and had huge flooding issues across S Wisconsin. Actually looks dry looking a the 15 day.
Think of sleeping in that without AC…
There was a an article a week or so back about a guy in NYC that lives without AC. No way man. I grew up without AC…our house had it at one time but my dad gave it away–i think before i was born or around that time (central AC). …box fans just blow the hot air around. I had an upstairs bedroom and it was like an oven in there. I know a few people (my mom is one) that the heat doesn’t seem to bother them…luckily summer here is short and the AC season is mostly late June thru say mid Sept…give or take.
dew points up to low 60’s but temps still upper 60’s low 70’s.
Damp, humid but cooler. Humidity is turning into fog.
Drought report shows dryness growing
The National Weather Service in Charleston has issued a
Flood Advisory for Minor Flooding in…
Beaufort County in southeastern South Carolina…
Charleston County in southeastern South Carolina…
Colleton County in southeastern South Carolina…
Until 1100 AM EDT.
At 932 AM EDT, Doppler radar indicated moderate to heavy rain
associated with weak low pressure moving slowly northeast along
the South Carolina coast. This area of rain will impact areas from
from Fripp Island northeast to Kiawah Island. Several inches of
rain could fall through 11 AM resulting in minor flooding of low
lying and poor drainage areas. High tide will occur around 950 AM
in Charleston Harbor.
Some locations that will experience flooding include…
Hilton Head Island, Beaufort, Port Royal, Edisto Beach, Hollywood,
Folly Beach and Seabrook Island.
Due to the heavy rainfall occurring within a few hours of high tide,
minor flooding is likely in coastal locations. Be especially cautious
when traveling through low-lying areas near the coast.
We’ve had pretty good weather this past month–timely rains in about the right amount, temps in 70s or low to mid 80s most days. Vegetable garden doing great this year, the fruit mostly a bust, though. I had good success with my grafts, at least.
Finally not hot AF. Rain glorious glorious rain I dont think the high hit 80 today. Absoloutley beautiful!
Got about .8" overnight with a passing cold front. It’s 61 now with a cool breeze. Almost need to put a hoodie on…fall is coming
lows 70"s . muggy as hell but haven’t had to water at all this summer so i guess its all good!
70’s are our nighttime lows. With high Humidity and for the last week BUCKETS of rain…Not a thing getting dried up here…LOL My irrigation has not been touched this year. I took the timer off just in case it stuck open…
Feels cool but still a little humid out tonite…
GFS showing 40Fs for overnite temps later this week… then a very quick warmup next weekend.
95 yesterday and today and tomorrow…then we might get a break with rain and cooler.
At least the cooler part…but we need the rain, too. Been very very little most parts of Kentucky in about 5 weeks.
(And, we may still be above average for the year, but that’s not much help at present.)