Are you being affected by the arctic blast? It is currently in the mid 20s here.
5 degrees this morning. Record low!
We’ve broken records.
Yes it was 24 this morning. But it’s back above freezing now.
19 degrees in NC this morning!
23 here. The heavy coat came out.
It was 10F here a couple of hours ago
About 60 degrees here, strong breeze.
It is a whole two degrees outside where I am.
It was six degrees yesterday morning and today it’s going to snow
78 today, low of 45. It’s perfect weather but I’m super pregnant and wouldn’t mind it being cooler.
27 projected for 7 am
It’s about 30 here right now.
And 26 a bit further north. I see it is 17 in north most Ga.
Sunny in Southern California. It would be wonderful to have some cool weather.
Artic Blast? God the Weather Channel comes up with the most retarded names for Weather phenomena
85 today, so no.
Where are you 😳
We were hit in late October to zero
It’s about 36 here now which is pretty cold for SE Texas.
YES. it's currently 17 here in MD. real feel of 0 🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶
It’s definitely unseasonably cold here.
It's a brisk 27° here! Bring on the winter !
Brrr 🥶. It’s 53 degrees.
Can we trade spots please?
I would but I’m afraid if I leave the house I might get frostbite 🥶. We’re not used to this cold weather in Florida.
53 degrees is nice what do you mean frostbite? Lmao
Brandon, it’s what you’re used to and what you’re not. You’d probably have a hard time with 100 degrees and 100% humidity!
I’m joking 🙃
Btw, it’s no colder for you than it is in AL! And in fact, when it’s 27 degrees here, it feels like 14, because of the 70% humidity! When it’s 32, it feels 21 because of the 60% humidity! So you’ve probably got it easier then we do in this weather, because you’re used to it and your humidity level is probably not that high.
My temp range is 20F-100F, assuming the humidity is 30-70%
70% humidity at 100 degrees is a far cry from 100% humidity at 100 degrees! 😂🤣😂
We once went to Ohio and stepped out of the church van to go into church in the middle of the summer. We were all exclaiming about how pleasant it felt there, and heard everyone that lived there getting out of their cars talking about how miserably hot it was! 😂🤣😂
your blood is also thinner in the south because of the warm temps
I didn’t realize that, 3M. I already have low blood volume because of my mitral valve/dysautonomia, so maybe that’s another reason the humidity drains me so.
Isn't 100% humidity either rain or heavy heavy fog?
No, not necessarily. From Wiki:
“Humidity is the concentration of water vapour present in air. Water vapour, the gaseous state of water, is generally invisible to the human eye. Humidity indicates the likelihood for precipitation, dew, or fog to be present. The amount of water vapour needed to achieve saturation increases as the temperature increases. As the temperature of a parcel of air decreases it will eventually reach the saturation point without adding or losing water mass. The amount of water vapour contained within a parcel of air can vary significantly. For example, a parcel of air near saturation may contain 28 grams of water per cubic metre of air at 30 °C, but only 8 grams of water per cubic metre of air at 8 °C.
Three primary measurements of humidity are widely employed: absolute, relative and specific. Absolute humidity describes the water content of air and is expressed in either grams per cubic metre or grams per kilogram. Relative humidity, expressed as a percentage, indicates a present state of absolute humidity relative to a maximum humidity given the same temperature. Specific humidity is the ratio of water vapor mass to total moist air parcel mass.”
From my reading of the Wiki article & my own observations:
The closer to the equator you are, the higher the humidity, especially if you’re closer to a body of water. AL has 1,500 miles of inland waterways, one of the most extensive of all the states, besides our southern border being on the Gulf of Mexico. But even in countries with monsoon seasons, they have high humidity on sunny days, when they’re NOT in the monsoon season. It can be that way here, as well.
No, supposed to stall before reaching FL.
82/75 temps steady.