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Old 07-12-2018, 09:34 AM
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7-12-2018 How long is Royce on vacation? Workchat

When will Royce be back? Doesn't feel right starting these workchats
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so then don't start them. Try "building" them
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so then don't start them. Try "building" them
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so then don't start them. Try "building" them
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Lol it's not really muggy in AZ is it?
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Any semblance of moisture in the air in AZ, they think it's "muggy".
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Like I thought it got muggy in Kansas but then I spent some time in Virginia and that humidity was on a different level. At least while I was there. I can't imagine the humidity being that significant in AZ but idk.
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Like I thought it got muggy in Kansas but then I spent some time in Virginia and that humidity was on a different level. At least while I was there. I can't imagine the humidity being that significant in AZ but idk.
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Lol it's not really muggy in AZ is it?
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Dew point on par with the South.




Relative humidity as well.

"Dry heat" is only applicable in June. After that the monsoon kicks in and we get a flow of moisture in from Mexico. It also sparks afternoon thunderstorms. We had a good one on Monday that took out lots of trees and powerlines.
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muggy thursday
muggy for AZ?

To damn dry here, already a shitty start to fire season
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TIL. Never would have guessed it was that humid in AZ in July
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It's a well-kept secret
It does knock the temp down a few degrees. We've been below 100 all week. Right after the rain it is extremely pleasant. This morning was rough. Sun was out and high humidity. People that only have swamp coolers will be dying today.
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It does knock the temp down a few degrees. We've been below 100 all week. Right after the rain it is extremely pleasant. This morning was rough. Sun was out and high humidity. People that only have swamp coolers will be dying today.
So its high humidity for AZ, not compared to the east coast or eastern midwest
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That sucks. yall understand a little what its like in the southeast at least.
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Originally Posted by ECaulk View Post
So its high humidity for AZ, not compared to the east coast or eastern midwest
It depends on how you measure it. When it heats up in the day, the relative humidity drops because 105° air can hold more moisture than 90° or 95° air. Right now in Mesa, AZ it's 87° with 57%RH, which is a dew point of 70° and "feels like" 92°. In Nashville, it's almost the exact same (86° 61%RH 71°DP and feels like 93°). Only difference is the sun has been up two hours longer in TN.

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That sucks. yall understand a little what its like in the southeast at least.
My dad always preferred the South to here. I thought he was nuts. At least the crack sweat evaporates when it's dry. Unfortunately swamp ass is rampant right now here too.
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I think we are having around the same weather as AZ right now
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Drove my car today to see if the transmission would leak and it isn't. When it leaked previously it appears to have something to do with the long sweepers at that particular autocross event. If my axle seal was actually the culprit wouldn't they leak all the time even during normal highway driving?
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