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    74 degrees F and a little wet today. Thunderstorms were predicted, so far just a little rain. A very nice respite from the 97 to 102 degree temps we've been having.

    Edit: The 83% humidity at 74 F is making things a little uncomfortable- kinda sticky. I'm sure there are parts of the country where this would brand me a wuss. I have been in rare conditions here in inland SoCal where it was 108 F and sprinkling-100% humidity. That was awful. And I've been in the desert in a thunderstorm on a 110 degree day, where after the downpour it was 101 F and 100%-- steam was rising from the ground. So I'm not really complaining...
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    ^Was about 11 degrees warmer with similar humidity here in the Seattle area. Widely scattered thunderstorm cells. Would be sunny and hot in one area, then dumping rain and in the upper 70's half a mile away. Still kinda sticky at 2:19 am...

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    Still raining here off and on. I hope it goes all night. It won't put a dent in the drought, but it's still nice to have a little moisture and a break from the heat.
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    True that. Eastern WA could use some rain right now... Yet another wildfire has started.

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    6PM-Thunder! Lightning! Heavy rain! Yippee!
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    Still Scochio.

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    22C and overcast here atop Burnaby Mountain. Temperature is expected to hit 25C, with skies clearing sometime this afternoon. So...off for a stroll with the M6 and some HP5+ shortly. Later, in the late pm, I'll grab an F5 and some E100G, and go watch the locals and the touristas at Stanley Park.
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    Slight showers with sunshine and today a moment when the light was perfect and I noticed a scene, but had no camera with me.

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    Norwalk, low 90's F. low humidity, next week ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirius Glass View Post
    Similar weather this week.
    Out here it's been highs of 98 to 102, humidity % in the teens and twenties. I'm enjoying it. Wouldn't be a summer without some heat!
    I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
    When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.



 

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