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I'm taking a Physical Geography course, so I know exactly wassup. The_Dude is correct; it does get hot up there. You've never heard of heat waves? Florida is moderate compared to other states. We rarely touch 100 - at the most we get into the mid 90s. Whereas other states can touch those numbers a week or so out of the year.
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Oh yeah, I'm sure it gets "hot" up there... please.
anyway, this is my weather right now:
Not this year... but last year was pretty brutal. and it's not by any stretch of imagination a 'dry heat'. and we don't get rain every day like Florida.
It's still low-mid 90's most of the summer. about 84-88 where I live (near the lake... hence the phrase cooler near the lake...), but, it has no problem ramping up to 97, 101... 104... AND THEN TO TOP IT OFF. the very same winter, it goes down to 12, 15 below zero.
and not everyone has air conditioning either.
the south only exists because of advances in air conditioning technology.
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Nobody knows weather extremes like people in the mid-west. It can be 70 degrees one day, then the next be 30 and snowing. And not to mention in the summer it gets humid as hell. Oh, and we have tornadoes as well.