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Re: Hot
Doc.Hall #1373411 Fri Aug 14 2020 11:57 PM
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Shop Shark
The heat index at 3:00pm 109. Yep it's getting kinda toasty.


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Re: Hot
Doc.Hall #1373414 Sat Aug 15 2020 12:21 AM
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Has only reached about 95 a few time so far this summer here in mid Missouri.
The humidity has been real high though and heavy rain about once a week.
Grass should be brown and not growing, but I have to mow every week.
Row crops are doing real well as are the lucky Buckeyes!

Don

Last edited by 2-Ton; Sat Aug 15 2020 12:21 AM.

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Re: Hot
Doc.Hall #1373426 Sat Aug 15 2020 03:43 AM
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Boltergeist
Here in south Tennessee we've got "air you can wear"- - - - -massive humidity plus hotter than normal temps. I've been doing a lot of work after dark, when the temperature drops a little- - - -just wish I had better lights in the shop!
Jerry


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Re: Hot
Doc.Hall #1373432 Sat Aug 15 2020 09:41 AM
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Master Gabster
Since I am a procrastinator by nature I am putting my shop paneling off until cooler weather. It was built in 1986 so it can wait a little while longer. The important thing was the handrail for safety and is up and the only left for it is some sanding.


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Re: Hot
Doc.Hall #1373500 Sat Aug 15 2020 07:52 PM
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68- 70 f during the day lately heading to end of winter

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