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    Coldest and hottest day of the year where you live

    In our home in NNY we've seen 95 ish and heard that last winter it hit minus 37. That's probably pretty average.

    In Ocala even in March/April was mid nineties and I've heard heat index of 110 in the morning there at times this summer. Pretty sure I'd die.

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    Last winter we went to -10

    This summer we had a heat index of 118 around the 4th of july
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    A few years back, it dipped to -6. I don't remember it ever being that cold. Maybe 10 or 11 years ago it hit 113 one day in July. Needless to say, I skipped my run that day.
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    -shrug-

    I've lived in what might be considered extended periods of weather extremes...

    Don't really think about it. The day is hot, cold, wet, or dry.

    Life goes on; for me, there are more important concerns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    Last winter we went to -10

    This summer we had a heat index of 118 around the 4th of july

    Where are you at @Cotton1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister D View Post
    A few years back, it dipped to -6. I don't remember it ever being that cold. Maybe 10 or 11 years ago it hit 113 one day in July. Needless to say, I skipped my run that day.
    I would skip outdoors entirely on that day and camp out next to the air conditioner

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    Here in NOVA are high was just around 98-99 two years ago and lows near -5 a couple of years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thom Paine View Post
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    I've lived in what might be considered extended periods of weather extremes...

    Don't really think about it. The day is hot, cold, wet, or dry.

    Life goes on; for me, there are more important concerns.

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    Fact. With getting a bit older comes the realization of ones own mortality. It's unnerving
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cotton1 View Post
    Fact. With getting a bit older comes the realization of ones own mortality. It's unnerving

    Ain't that the truth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by donttread View Post
    In our home in NNY we've seen 95 ish and heard that last winter it hit minus 37. That's probably pretty average.

    In Ocala even in March/April was mid nineties and I've heard heat index of 110 in the morning there at times this summer. Pretty sure I'd die.
    Here a 19 degree day is called an Arctic Blast.We are usually in the high 90's in July aznd August.
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