Monday, August 06, 2007

Nothing but good times ahead.



Image from Weatherbug.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

yeah, we're slated to get much the same here in indy. for once i may not need to wear my sweater in our WAY-over-air-conditioned office. (it's a cold-water system that's about as easy to control as a river.)

good day to hunker in your bunker with the baby and a stack of pattern books, and knit nothing bigger or more exhausting than a swatch!

btw, her royal babyness is almost outgrowing her nickname. she may have to become "the toddler" soon -- preferably before she has to declare, "i NOT a BABY!!"

ellen in indy

Donna Lee said...

We are due for the same and boy are we looking forward to it! The only people who are happy around here are the electric companies. I

Lynn said...

Gah.
I grew up in Las Vegas, so I've seen 115, but it's a dry heat. ;) I feel for you!

Bells said...

ouch. that's not gonna be fun at all. Does this mean more photos of the baby in the pool?

It's still foggy here.

MagicChupacabra said...

You know its bad when South Florida (I'm in the Tampa metro area now) is cooler and less humid than where you are at.

Scary I think.

Brewgal said...

Love the Saguaro cactus in Tuesday's forecast! Are they trying to sneak in a commentary about global warming?

Amy Lane said...

Freakin' gnarly. I'm with the hunker in your bunker plan...no trips to the IGA, just you, knitting, and maybe some time in the diaper-monkey pool.

Dana said...

Weatherbug's a freakin' liar. It's way hotter than that. Last night, at 8pm as I headed home, it was 99 degrees. That just ain't right.PPPytfb10

debsnm said...

Never again will I live someplace where the temp includes words like "heat index"

Kristen said...

I didn't know you had cactus in NC. That's new to me.

I thought Weatherbug was full of spyware. Is it safe now, or are you just OK with that?

And I don't envy you those temperatures at all. The house I'm living in doesn't have air conditioning - not central air, not wall-mounted air conditioner, no window units, nothing - so I'm really glad it's located in Canada. I can't sleep at all if the temps are above 65° at night. That's just insane. I'd have to go curl up against the toilet or something.