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I can't even imagine....


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It was 115 years back when I was out west on a trip. I compared it to feeling like standing in front of an oven with the door open.

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But isn't it a dry heat.....


Spent some time in Israel where it was 115......hot is hot whether it's dry or not.

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I read that the Furnace Creek visitor center weather station is the hottest place on earth most summer days. Who's visiting?

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4 hours ago, 99silveradoz71 said:

I compared it to feeling like standing in front of an oven with the door open.

One up you on that.  Flew in on a C 130 and landed at an air base in Saudi Arabia during the summer time.  The pilot shut off power and we had to de-plane because it was 125 degrees  in the aircraft.  Our transport had not yet arrived and temps got up to 150 degrees on the tarmac.  It didn't feel like standing in front of the oven with the door open, it felt like turning the oven on broil and putting your head inside.  You're talking about out of the frying pan and into the fire.  

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