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Old Yesterday, 10:07 PM
Location: Putnam County, TN
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Originally Posted by loser prole View Post
This weather is so bad, it has me considering moving back west or north.
I'd recommend west over north unless you did both. The north is brutally cold for the most part (NYC and the PNW being clear exceptions).

But yes, I'd prefer the southwest over this too. If it's going to be so dry in summer, it should at least have warm enough winters to grow tropical desert plants and not be humid. Borderline Mediterranean is about as bad as it can get without being continental nor prone to hurricanes, and I fear us becoming a Med climate in the future.

EDIT: We're expected to get upper 90s here too. Cookeville is only expected to get mid 90s, but that's still enough to break its old October record and surpass its May record. Nashville will get into upper 90s, doing the same to its October and May records. I'd be surprised if I don't get a 97F+ reading too; I got to 98F today and live in a microclimate with warmer days/cooler nights, and Cookeville is expected to get to 96F.
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Old Today, 02:58 AM
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Originally Posted by cBach View Post
That's not where DFW is. It's more like where Milford is. Milford gets 1.34" in July and 4.1" in October. It's right at the cusp and that's from older climate data. It very well could've gone below 1.2" in July now. Those patches have been getting bigger. Killeen is another that is getting very close or probably is already Med.
There are no Med climates in Texas. Those patches are clearly in error.
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