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Arizona flights grounded as temperatures set to soar to 50C in extreme heatwave

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1 hour ago, Skeezix the Cat said:

Uh, isn't the maximum temperature humans can technically live in like 130f?

113F without constant need for hydration. 

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Tiddy-bits:

Dehydration is pretty sneaky out here.  Obviously when the ambient temps are this high, you know you need to be drinking plenty of water.

 

But when the temps are lower and more comfortable*, you don't really notice the sweat because it evaporates instantly due to the lack of moisture in the air.

 

*Upper 80° to about 100°. 

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On 6/21/2017 at 11:23 PM, DiSiAC said:

It's quite warm out.   Our official temps have been 119f.  Unofficially my outdoor thermometer hit 122f in the shade. 

Damn, and I thought the south was getting hot.

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5 minutes ago, Risk said:

It's nice and cool and rainy here in AR.

 

-w-

Do you wanna fite?

 

Because if so, let's do it over there where it's cooler.

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2 hours ago, WaeV said:

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This is hanging on my sister's refrigerator.

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