July 26, 2006



Here's a little something for you on this hot, muggy, late July day: the North Pole Cam.

Looks pretty good right about now.

Actually, I have to admit that this summer really hasn't turned out as bad as it could have been. Sure, it's been hot and nasty, but the temps here in Dee Cee have rarely gotten out of the low 90's and it's rained quite a bit. Not nearly as awful as it can be sometimes. (Of course, we've got about another five or six weeks to go and now I've probably gone and put a hex on the thing just by talking about it.)

Yips! to Lynn S.

Posted by Robert at July 26, 2006 04:17 PM | TrackBack

Robert, we are on our 11th day over 100 degrees here in the Sacramento Valley. And as an added bonus, we have had high humidity, a rare thing for us. I would like to sum up my feeling for this July as follows. If I wanted to live in Alabama, I would have moved there.

Humidity makes me cranky.

Posted by: The Yolo Cowboy at July 26, 2006 05:56 PM

I'm not usually one to complain about the heat, but come on out to San Jose, boyfriend, and I'll show you a hot, ugly summer.

Posted by: bobgirrl at July 27, 2006 12:41 AM

Our tax dollars are paying for NOAA North Pole Web-Cams?!

Jesus, Joseph, and Mary.

Neener, neener: Moved from Adelphi, MD (Inside the Beltway on the north side) to far west Texas over two years ago. Don't miss ANYTHING about DC.

NOTE: Your evil language filter does not like to have "web" and "cam" mashed together for some reason (The reason is, because it is stupid).

Posted by: Hucbald at July 27, 2006 06:05 AM

Listen, boys and girls, I spent fifteen years of my yoot living in San Antonio, Texas. The daily forecast remains virtually unchanged there from about mid-March to mid-October: partly cloudy, hot and humid, lows in the upper 70's, highs in the upper 90's, a 20% change of thunderstorms. There is very little I don't know about truly appalling summer weather.

Posted by: Robbo the LB at July 27, 2006 07:56 AM