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    Ya but I wonder how many of ya'll have experienced 100 degree temperature with 100% humidity. Thats suffering.
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    *raises hand* Me! I have! I was working one week (outside) and it was 100% humidity in the hundreds all week. I wanted to die. Shade, direct sun - made no difference. I can take the cold - the kind of cold with creates eyebrow ice, but the heat is killer. Snow in New York varies, but we always get some.
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    welcome to every summer day in jacksonville, when summer is from mid spring to mid fall, helf the year.
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    I hate snow. I used to live in Waroonga in Sydney for a couple of years. That was bliss! Snow is depressing. The all "wow" factors wear off thin, unlike the snow and your stuck, slipping and getting cold. The only advantage is snuggling up in bed with the girlfriend to keep warm!

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    Oh and as far as humidty goes, i'd rather die than accept a miserable day (rain etc.) with 100% humidity...
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    Isn't 100% humidity underwater...?
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    100% humidty means the air is holding the maximum amount of evaporated water possible.
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    I sit corrected.
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    I sit corrected.
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    The temperature doesn't usually hit 100 where I live. Easily stays in the mid 90's, and there's usually a lot of humidity, but I don't know about 100%.

    I used to live in Maine, and one summer it was blistering. It shot over 100 degrees -- brutal.
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    Originally posted by omega
    I sit corrected.
    Isn't it "I Stand Corrected"? Or is it that you just are being more specific as you are sitting at a computer...?
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    I'm just being more specific since I'm sitting at my computer. And, Paul, Maine has the same temperature as we do in MA, except we (I) have more humidity as we live less than an hour away from seaside.
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    Originally posted by PeOfEo
    but once you live here for a bit you learn that its ungodly heat gets old fast. I am sure the cold winters up there would get to me too though.
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    Our summers are in the 90's (can go up to roudn 105) with winters in the 20's (we've gone below 0)
    Can get lots of snow in winter and lots of heat in summer.
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    I have to live in the place with the some of the most varying temperatures.
    HA! if you wanna complain about varying temperatures, come to nebraska! i can remember within one week -40 degrees (kelvin) with 2 feet of snow and 60 (celsius). hottest temp i know of that i've been around for was 114, and i think that -40 was the lowest. oh yeah, and humidity was about 80% during that 110+ week.

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    Originally posted by rhsunderground
    durn kids can't handle real weather
    Hey, just 'cause we don't like it doesn't mean we can't handle it! I can handle real weather, I just prefer cold to hot.
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    Real weather and sh1t weather aren't the same; and I prefer hot to cold.
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