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Posted: 7/15/2002 7:26:28 PM EDT
The NWS has no straight forward reason for this weird "coolish" weather we North Texans have been experiencing of late. I have lived in this area for 38 years and I do not remember ever having seen it stay around 90* May through July. I have seen it get off to a slow start in May but it has never failed to warm to the high 90's and beyond every year. I have noticed that our seasons, up until the last 2-3 years, had seemed to moderate some. the last time we had a drastic change was in 1980 when we had like a month and a half of 100*+ days and alot of people wore shirts that said "I survived the heat wave of '80" on them. For the next coupla years we had really severe winters here then in about 1985-6 they began to moderate again and the only big changes we have had since then were the floods of "90-'91. I am just wondering what we have instore for us this coming winter, maybe a blizzard?
Link Posted: 7/15/2002 8:04:31 PM EDT
It's "global cooling". Spray some spray cans, let more cows fart, and throw another log on the fire, 'cause if you don't, the ICE AGE is coming.
Link Posted: 7/15/2002 8:22:26 PM EDT
It has been a strangely cool summer indeed. Some days feel like the regular old melt the asphalt Texas summer, but many, so far, have not. Plentiful rain too, which is weird in itself. 71-Hour_Achmed - It's too hot for a fire, and I don't own any cattle, but I will work up a fart as soon as I can. When it gets back to "global warming", I will sell my truck and walk.
Link Posted: 7/16/2002 6:22:07 AM EDT
send some of your rain up here to Long Island. We haven't had a good rain in over a month and anyplace that doesn't get irrigated is now like brown conctete.
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