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    Quote Originally Posted by cjchasman View Post
    Friggin' HOT in Ohio...92/93/95/95.M/T/W/TH Humid as all he%%. Night is a real relief, 78 and humid. The A/C is working overtime.
    Much the same here. I really had an urge to go shooting yesterday evening and the wife said I should if I wanted to. Walked out the door and just turned right around. Besides, the gnats would eat me alive.
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    We've had so much rain lately the mosquitoes are like crazy, so I shoot in the basement when its like this. I thought I would only shoot indoors in the basement in the winter but the bugs and the heat this year are too much. Maybe I am getting soft in my youth
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjchasman View Post
    Friggin' HOT in Ohio...92/93/95/95.M/T/W/TH Humid as all he%%. Night is a real relief, 78 and humid. The A/C is working overtime.
    same for Michigan. Heat index(what it actually feels like w the humidity)is over 100*. Had about 2hrs of rain one morning last week. I haven't even been shooting except from dusk til dark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cjchasman View Post
    Friggin' HOT in Ohio...92/93/95/95.M/T/W/TH Humid as all he%%. Night is a real relief, 78 and humid. The A/C is working overtime.
    same for Michigan. Heat index(what it actually feels like w the humidity)is over 100*. Had about 2hrs of rain one morning last week. I haven't even been shooting except from dusk til dark.

    wife just checked. Heat index yesterday of 110*. High of 98* today with heat index nearing 112*.
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    Hot and humid here in upstate ny, mid 90's really high humidity. Just a few degrees cooler at my parents farm in northeast pa, but still hot and humid.
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    This is what I have to look forward to! Can you say HOT?!?!?!
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    So yes, you've been fried. Those are some toasty temperatures.
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    You could say that! Sometimes my brain is so fried I ask stupid questions and make stupid responses on this forum!

    Keep cool my friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Currently it is 95 degrees with heat index of 105 degrees. I just finished mowing my 1 + acre yard with a lawn tractor that needs repaired. Try removing the battery to put back on the drive belt, re-assemble, mow for 10 to 15 minutes and go throught getting the belt back on. Yeppers, it was/is hot. Yes, it's going to the shop, but I R here to tell you the weather wasn't as hot as I was. Even the wife side stepped me..... And so far, no end in sight and the ASA state championship is this weekend.
    sounds like your belt has streched.i run an exmark laser z and i have to replace the belts every year due to streching,i do all the work on my mower.cant bring myself to pay someone else to do it.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    You could say that! Sometimes my brain is so fried I ask stupid questions and make stupid responses on this forum!

    Keep cool my friends.
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    Mark, that forecast looks pretty common for your area, but I don't think you can blame the temperatures for your "errors" on these forums. You can say it, but I'm not buying it. LOL.

    I remember such temps when I lived there in 1968 (Tinker AFB) and I had a car without AC at the time. It was no fun toolin west on I-40 with the windows up--couldn't take the wind burn. Some people say "yeah, but it's a dry heat. No humidity". BULL, 107 degrees is hot no matter the humidity.
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