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Cathy E.
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Posted at 14:16 on 11th October 2010
Beautiful sunny Autumn day in the 70's today.
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Posted at 14:23 on 11th October 2010
Not much of a autumn feeling here yet. Dry, sunny, 17+ degrees. Almost look like spring. Not for long. Weather forecast don’t predict much good coming days.
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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 20:35 on 11th October 2010

It's about 90°F today and sunny.  I'll probably be able to do the pool again today, although with overnight temps falling into the 50s, I'm guessing it might be the last day for this season.  This time of year, when the skies are clear we often have a 30-40 degree difference between our daytime highs and overnight lows, due to our low humidity.

 

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cathyml
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Posted at 20:50 on 11th October 2010
Ouch that is a big difference.  I complain about 20 degree difference here.  It is getting hot here too - over 34 degree C today in the shade - and it is nearly 10 p.m. and it is still pretty warm.  We are supposed to be getting some good rains on Thursday.  I really hope so.  This heat is just cooking the garden.
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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 20:53 on 11th October 2010

Wow, that's about the same temp as here.  How hot does it get in summer?

 

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cathyml
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Posted at 20:55 on 11th October 2010
Up to mid 40's in the shade - Christmas time can be too hot to want to move!!
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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 20:57 on 11th October 2010

I don't think I'd ever be able to get used to Christmas in summer, even though we have no white Christmases here.  How close are you to the shore?

 

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cathyml
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Posted at 21:33 on 11th October 2010
The beaches are a long way away - Durban is about 650 kilometers.  And of course everyone goes there so it is not pleasant and the humidity together with the heat, I think is worse!!
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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 21:37 on 11th October 2010

So no cooling sea breezes then.  And yes, 100°F without humidity is much more pleasant than 85° and muggy.

 

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Ron Brind
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Posted at 21:39 on 11th October 2010
Blue sky and light wind here in Oxford. Temperature about 18c which is very comfortable.
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