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10:41 AM - 05/20/2005

The topic: The weather today

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In this morning’s paper:
 

 

Heat forecast for the weekend


Weekend weather is expected to be sunny and hot, with high temperatures reaching the 90s or even 100 inland and mid-70s in coastal areas, according to the National Weather Service.

Today’s highs are forecast for the 80s to 90 inland and the low 70s in coastal areas.

The high temperatures are produced by sunny skies combined with high pressure over the Southwest that produces sinking air that warms as it sinks, meteorologist Steven Vandenburg said.

 

Overnight lows could dip into the 50s in the coastal and inland areas, he said.



That’s why you’ll find me here:



 

You’ll know I’m down there when you can’t move the backyard camera. atongue



Could be worse.  You could be in Iraq where it’s already 95-110 with 100% humidity and it ain’t even summer yet.  I’ve adopted a soldier over there and he said it’s hard just to breathe some days.  I can’t imagine having to wear what they do and carrying what they do.  Oh and then there’s the bullets and bombs!

Posted by Lisa @ Friday, May 20, 2005 - 12:43:06 PM

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