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Sunday, June 9, 2019 
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Is It Ever Hot!!!

I never thought that the month of June was known as a HOT month, just that first month after school was let out for the summer.  August always reminded me of the hottest month.

But we've already been pushing 100.  So it's been close (if not over) the 3-digit mark already and it's only early June.  I wonder how hot August is going to be.  Sure am glad we had the problem with our Air Conditioner early on (even though, it was pushing 88
-90 in our living room).

And along those lines, please, please be sure your A/C is running up to speed (as in full of freon, etc.).   All we have to offer is a fan (suitable to move air around on your floor) and lots of "told ya' so's".

The weathermen (meteorologists) are getting good in this day and age.  They can back up what they are predicting with multiple doppler-radar sites, satellite data, radiosondes (weather balloons), ASO Systems (Automated Surface-Observing Systems or ASOS), Super-computer images and predictions and models, and the accompanying NOAA’s (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) Advanced Weather Information Processing  System (or AWIPS) which is used to process data from all the other inputs and generate weather graphics and hazardous weather watches and warnings.  (They sure like their acronyms, don't they?)

With all these tools to aid these meteorologists in making their predications, you'd think they would be able to get it right and all be in agreement.  But SORRY, CHARLIE !  We've still got a way to go.
June 9, 2019

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