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    Default Current Weather in Purgatory

    Currently it is 99' at 1755, with 45% humidity. Do you know how awful 45% humidity feels when it is 99'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarenyon View Post
    Currently it is 99' at 1755, with 45% humidity. Do you know how awful 45% humidity feels when it is 99'?
    No A/C?.... Are you in North Carolina?

    And yes, I do know how humidity feels.... horrid!
    I lived in Florida and Bangkok. It was like living inside a hot sauna.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarenyon View Post
    Currently it is 99' at 1755, with 45% humidity. Do you know how awful 45% humidity feels when it is 99'?
    Are you staying in purgatory, or will you be heading north into Hell anytime soon?
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    Staying in purgatory this time, with a few trips back and forth to hell.

    At least a dry air pattern is back, the fall weather here on the gulf means more humid spells, but this morning my glasses did not fog up immediately on departing my room.

    Still, going to be hot today... somewhere around 114... but drier.
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    How’s the family doing post-hurricane? Is everyone okay?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarenyon View Post
    Currently it is 99' at 1755, with 45% humidity. Do you know how awful 45% humidity feels when it is 99'?
    Pish posh... been through 99 and 80%... 45% isn't too bad.

    That being said... still sucks. Hate stepping outside and instantly feeling like I am drenched in sweat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarenyon View Post
    Staying in purgatory this time, with a few trips back and forth to hell.

    At least a dry air pattern is back, the fall weather here on the gulf means more humid spells, but this morning my glasses did not fog up immediately on departing my room.

    Still, going to be hot today... somewhere around 114... but drier.

    Ugh 114??? Find a cool place.
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    How’s the family doing post-hurricane? Is everyone okay?
    Everyone made it through just fine... good to be on post for housing. They only lost power twice, for just about an hour each time.

    Some areas of Fayetteville got hammered though from the water.

    Good dry day today, but talking with a few people that are regulars (I cannot believe how many contractors I've worked with before are still around), Sep and Oct are when these humid days settle in. At least the temps are supposed to start heading lower in a few weeks.
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    Glad you and everyone with you is fine. Stay safe and I hope it gets back to normal for you soon.
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    Hot, but not as hot as it was before... We might have high temps under 100 around next Monday. Also a chance - yes a chance - of thunderstorms. Rain in the desert, I'll take it, even with the humidity. It's a wonder to miss rain. Unfortunately, home will be getting some more rain and wind soon with Matthew projected to move over NC.

    In good news, with all the games on ESPN this year, there is a good chance a number of them will be on AFN, especially after the new year (football does rule). But hoping the W.tv works out for the others.
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    Today was the first day officially under 100. It actually only made it to 95, but 58% humidity at the same time... so the feels like was 106 or something.
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