Kaely see my post on SE's 4 of July thing, I can agree with you about the temps. I have lived where it is cold ( up in Alaska) and I am not sure what is worse the cold or the heat, I know here in the midwest we just get to much humidity with both of them! I have lived in the south west and had high heat with low humidity and it wasn't all that bad, and I have live up north in Alaska with extreme cold but again low humidity, and it was some what tolerable. But the humidity is a killer! I don't ever remember havign a summer this hot here in Illinois, this early! I hope this is not a omen of what is to come! Yes and I also agree with you about having no storms! The change in weather is also really hard on my joints, sometimes I can tell when we are going to have bad weather just by the way my back and knees feel!
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