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Absolutely delightful today. High 70s and low 89s with an onshore breeze here in Kona.
 

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We'll have a high of 84 today. I probably won't notice it under water teaching Scuba. However, this past week I put in a 12,000 BTU AC unit in the shop. Yesterday was the first day I can remember where the sweat didn't roll off of me and on to my projects. I guess it's a small price to pay for living in Paradise!

BTW, watch Key Largo Temps... you'll see we are usually cooler in the summer and way warmer in the winter. We do get hurricanes but the last one was in 1966. As my sig line says: Just another day in paradise.
 

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Here too. I hate it when it's muggy and uncomfortable round the clock....sucks the life ambition right out of me. Right now it's only ~ 73°F, but it's 95% humidity and it's miserable. It'll be darn cold soon enough, but I'll take 65°F with low humidity any time!
Ha ha! 65 is cold. That's a good one.
 

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Here in north-central Florida, it's hot and muggy about 10 months out of the year.....we've been running mid to high 90's...add to that, my shop is an aluminum building w/o air, and the temp inside is about 110 deg......trust me, it's hot....
 

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It's so hot today you could fry an egg on block of ice
 
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