It got to the mid-90s here today at mid-day. The morning and late afternoon aren't too bad. Sleeping may be a different story.
Ouch. That looks miserable.
I'm typically not bothered by it but we've been plagued by humidity and it feels thick here. Time to bust out my chicken house fan every time I go in the garage.Ouch. That looks miserable.
Yup, July is here. Hottest month of the year in North America. Up north that’s a good thing for those looking for a taste of summer. In the south, it’s generally pretty miserable.
Yeah, humidity gets you. I went for a run this morning at 6 am-ish and even though temps were reasonable the humidity was thick. Came back clothes dripping wet like I just climbed out of a pool. Zero evaporation taking place when the air is that damp.I'm typically not bothered by it but we've been plagued by humidity and it feels thick here. Time to bust out my chicken house fan every time I go in the garage.
Went into one the other day the insulation was stacked on the sides of it in the fire box like thick blankets on there side . And it had a coil made with nickel in the steel and you could tap on it with your linemans and play music notes on it . Was a million dollar coil . So I live in a confluence , the Cumberland River flowes into the Tennessee and the Tennessee flowes in into the Ohio and then it flowes into the Mississippi .Where two or more rivers join together is called a confluence. A river delta is the end point where it empties into a lake, ocean or other and the sediment it carried is slowly built up.
It certainly isn't any fun working inside industrial ovens, furnaces and baghouses, done it too many times and never liked it. Unless it has been shut down for days and allowed to cool, it's not too bad. But oftentimes, it is a production piece of equipment that as soon as it's cool enough to enter, you do. The residual heat bakes you.