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  1. argy-bargy Green Belt

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    Today in Australia it has been VERY hot. On the east coast where i live it was 43 degrees celcius (110F). Cootamundra (a small inland rural town) peaked at 50C (122F). The wind is blowing from the west so it is a dry heat, very uncomfortable.

    The hottest ive experienced was new years day in 2005, it peaked at 50C (122F).

    What about you guys?
     
  2. mrsinister Brown Belt

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    The time I made a cancer joke to a guy whose wife had cancer. Hottest I've ever felt.

    Lesson: only make cancer jokes with your friends who you know real well.
     
  3. bmasters1993 Brown Belt

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    Yo, I'm in Cootamundra right now

    The bitumen in the roads is re activating from the heat.

    THE FRICKEN ROADS ARE MELTING!
     
  4. AgeofEmpires2** Silver Belt

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    Maybe somewhere around 110. Maybe a bit above 110. 122... damn that's rough.
     
  5. Charles Brown Peppermint Patty Belt

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    Bahrain in August. I think 128 was the hottest that I saw.
     
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  7. Charles Brown Peppermint Patty Belt

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    I wasn't born in Texas, but I got here as fast as
    I couldn't imagine Christmas and New Years Day in the summer.
     
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    Beach parties for New Years is always pretty wicked
     
  9. hohner Titanium Belt

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    I went on a hike in the Badlands national park and the temp umped up to between 115-120. I was surprised because it felt hot but not unbearable.
     
  10. Simian Raticus Sicker than your average.

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    Australia definitely gets scorching but it's usually quite dry. I found the humidity in SE Asian countries much more oppressive and uncomfortable.
     
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    Growing up in Texas the summers were always blistering. Though whenever I'd visit family in Louisiana the humidity there would have me begging for Texas weather.
     
  12. bmasters1993 Brown Belt

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    Agreed, the humidity in Oz gets pretty bad north of Cairns, but I had a friend who went to Malaysia say he could FEEL the moisture as he walked. Very uncomfortable
     
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    117 faranheit in 29 Palms, CA. Pretty damn hot.

    North Carolina/Virginia in the summer may have been worse though. Damn humidity.
     
  14. Charles Brown Peppermint Patty Belt

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    Yea. I was in Singapore in the summer of 94. I don't know what the temperature was, but it wasn't much over 100. It was miserable, though.
     
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    It's 38C here but it's expected to peak at 42C.
     
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  17. bmasters1993 Brown Belt

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    where you at? (general location to avoid stalkers)
     
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    Miami summer days with a lot of humidity.
     
  19. Shawn91111 Brown Belt

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    When I lived in South Florida, but you get the breeze sometimes off the ocean and every place has AC. I miss the weather actually, but fuck hurricane season
     
  20. MardyBum It's Not Easy Being Drunk All The Time.

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    Was in southern manitoba a few years back. I think with the Humidex it reached something like 50C + 120ish farenheit.
     

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