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Offline Curt

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Re: July 2022 (For those who like it hot)
« Reply #315 on: August 01, 2022, 08:10:14 PM »
KMEM had an avg if 87.1 for the month with 97 and 77 as the average hi/ low. It was on pace with July 1980 until the heavy rain mid month, then lost ground albeit hot. Ended up with over 4 inches of rain which mostly came in 2 days. Yesterday’s rain was exactly what we needed- steady for hours. I have a feeling we have now peaked on the heat and will have normal summer temps when a couple days here and there in the upper 90’s but nothing like it was. KMEM has tied 1952 for the most days over 100- and it might end there.

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Re: July 2022 (For those who like it hot)
« Reply #316 on: August 01, 2022, 08:17:20 PM »
Good Lord... mean temp of 87. That's pretty hot. I might guess you're ready for it to cool down a little?

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Re: July 2022 (For those who like it hot)
« Reply #317 on: August 02, 2022, 07:02:36 AM »
KMEM had an avg if 87.1 for the month with 97 and 77 as the average hi/ low. It was on pace with July 1980 until the heavy rain mid month, then lost ground albeit hot. Ended up with over 4 inches of rain which mostly came in 2 days. Yesterday’s rain was exactly what we needed- steady for hours. I have a feeling we have now peaked on the heat and will have normal summer temps when a couple days here and there in the upper 90’s but nothing like it was. KMEM has tied 1952 for the most days over 100- and it might end there.
It still could happen but I dont think people realize how hot 1980 was and how hard that record is to break. As a youngster growing up in the country with nothing to do but play outside I think 1980 is the reason I hate stupid hot summers.

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Re: July 2022 (For those who like it hot)
« Reply #318 on: August 02, 2022, 08:10:55 AM »
It still could happen but I dont think people realize how hot 1980 was and how hard that record is to break. As a youngster growing up in the country with nothing to do but play outside I think 1980 is the reason I hate stupid hot summers.
I couldn’t tell much difference in usual summer be honest … I played baseball that whole summer with travel team .
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