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Usually over 100 right now but this summer has been weird. It has been like in the 90s and then we have a storm come and it is humid for a few days. Usually summers are super hot and dry! Winters here are full of snow and cold though...
Well, down here AC is kind of a must, whether it's window units or central units. Summers are ALWAYS hot. We have like maybe one week of spring like weather and then BAM it's hot LOL!! Seeing high 90s is the norm around here during the Summer with heat indexes near or above 100. It doesn't start to cool down until mid to late September.
Last year our Winter was weak and it was muggy and warm most of it. I LOVE the winter time, but when it's actually COLD haha! I especially love it when it snows (which is VERY rare).
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Summers are ALWAYS hot. We have like maybe one week of spring like weather and then BAM it's hot LOL!!
I agree, here in NE AR its just the same. Our weather has been really hot and muggy the last 2 weeks. Extremely muggy with temps up to 115(not in my town but close) and heat indexes of 120+. This week is better its still in the 90's but with heat indexes of 99-105. We are actually not under heat advisory today for the first time in I don't know how many days.
I realized not everyone had/used a/c when I was growing up, but I also figured that by now most houses had a/c. Imagine my suprise when I went to Minnesota to my in-laws and they didn't have a/c or have provided 1 for us.