Oh, and if you hit above 90 degrees remember that fans are not enough. Run cool water over your wrists to chill your blood. Make sure you stay hydrated and stay out of the direct sunlight. Even a 5 degree rise above what you are used to can create medical problems.
If you drink caffeinated drinks make sure to drink extra water as well and try to make your snacks the salty kind to replace lost minerals.
When your power goes out remember that the most important thing you can do to keep your food from spoiling is not open your refrigerator or freezer. Keep it sealed. It's better to do without something in there for a short time than lose everything in it because you opened it and let out all the cold air.
I was just answering the age old SCP question while I tried to go to sleep.
Are We Cool Yet?
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>>IT WAS SO FUCKING HOT TODAY!
The water around Florida hit 101 degrees today.
It's been that way before. Lots of times.
It's actually pretty normal for that area.
You obviously have ever lived or visited there.
It's just more global warming propaganda.
>>3710118>If verified, the Monday reading would be nearly 1.5 degrees Fahrenheit higher than what is regarded as the prior record, set in the waters off Kuwait three summers ago, 99.7 degrees Fahrenheit (37.6 degrees Celsius).
If it's propaganda can you show me when it was ever 100 before?