Re: Good day for drying sized papers outside!

From: Sandy King ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 07/26/05-02:24:27 PM Z
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Glad you added that part about not eating the watermelon!

All I can say on days like this is thank God for cold Tecate, limes and salt.

Sandy

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>Hi Sandy,
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>Here near Chicago, we hit 104 Sunday and the humidity would've
>drowned a frog. I can't imagine what the heat index was that day-I
>fled to visit Enderetta at Madison, where being North of here, the
>temperature was maybe 6 degrees cooler. We cut open some
>watermelons and dropped our pants and sat in them to cool down.
>Needless to say, we didn't eat the watermelon.
>
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>In a message dated 7/26/05 1:47:24 PM, sanking@clemson.edu writes:
>
>>Message to Chris,
>>
>>If you enjoyed drying your sized papers outdoors in South Caroliona
>>you are missing out today on a great opportunity. This morning at
>>10am the temperature outdoors in the shade was 92 degrees F, with 88%
>>humidity. The good news is that as of 2:30 pm the RH has gone done to
>>52%, but the temperature just hit 100.5, and it is still rising. Your
>>papers would be dry almost as fast as you could hang them up.
>>
>>Wonder what it is like in the warmer parts of the south today, say in
>>Houston or Baton Rouge?
Received on Tue Jul 26 14:25:19 2005

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