Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Recently In Weather:
World Turned Upside Down*

Everybody discusses it; we noted that it's been hot as the proverbial in former Bouffant stomping grounds Paris (not the Bourbon County, Kaintuck one)
Paris reached its second-highest temperature ever recorded according to Meteo France, with a high temperature of 39.7 degrees Celsius, or 103.5 degrees Fahrenheit. This falls short of the all-time record of 40.4 degrees Celsius, or 104.72 degrees Fahrenheit.

Temperatures in Paris are forecast to stay in the upper 30s Celsius, or upper 90s to low 100s Fahrenheit, for the remainder of the week and into midweek next week.
& W-Two-Time:
Hey, what are they burning there? Smells like ...

113 in Walla Walla? Historical E. Washington
heat wave shatters records

Yet it's been more or less seasonable here in Hell itself, if "muggy".
*And that's only the part of the planet where it's summer.

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