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Old 08-11-2007, 08:40 AM
 
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Tina, 90+ degrees is nothing! The heat this summer is very harsh in Savannah. Everything is air conditioned and we are used to staying indoors. It can be an expensive way to live, but I am not going to be without A/C. The heat index, which is the real test of how it affects a person was 125 yesterday in some sections of town. And it's supposed to be worse today with the actual temp over 100. I hate to think what the index will be.

Think about how you would cope if you had to stay indoors day after day before you think about moving to the South.
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Old 08-11-2007, 03:18 PM
 
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Tina, 90+ degrees is nothing! The heat this summer is very harsh in Savannah. Everything is air conditioned and we are used to staying indoors. It can be an expensive way to live, but I am not going to be without A/C. The heat index, which is the real test of how it affects a person was 125 yesterday in some sections of town. And it's supposed to be worse today with the actual temp over 100. I hate to think what the index will be.

Think about how you would cope if you had to stay indoors day after day before you think about moving to the South.
Here it is the heat index, there it is the wind chill. Atleast we do not have to shovel our way from the garage to the street before we leave home

to summer in NY/NJ and winter in Savannah, would be best
I spent last week in NYC. The summers are so beautiful and the City is so much nicer than it was 20 years ago.
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