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We're in SW New Mexico . 

Currently : 106°F 

Feels like 114°F 

Sunny with a slight 114° breeze from the ESE . 

It's not suppose to be this hot . :(

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We're currently in southern VT heading for central NY tomorrow. It's mid-60's and raining here right now, with mid-70's and rain showers for tomorrow. After that we'll be seeing sunny and high 80's to low 90's for the following week or so. Not overly hot, but enough that we'll probably be glad we have 50 amp power so we can run both A/C's at the same time as needed.

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Near Marion, MT.  Got up to 70 today, predicted to be 45 tonight, then will drop down a bit and be in the 60's for the next week.

70's will appear again after that...but I'll be gone!  Heading up the east side of Alberta, hoping the t-storms are moved away by then.

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Bakers Hole Forest Service CG, 5 miles north of West Yellowstone, MT. 40 this AM, made it to 77. Beautiful day with a little wind. Friday supposed to be rain and a HIGH of 56! BRRR.

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In the Minneapolis metro area we are mostly having lows in the mid 60s with highs in the 80s except for Friday when they are predicting 98°F. We're bouncing around from fog to sunny to thunderstorms. Never a dull moment at this time of year.

Linda Sand

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We are located near Washburn, ND for the summer. It is 65° and sunny this morning at 7 am and expected high today is 88° with a 40% chance of thunderstorms. It has been cooler and wetter than normal here so far this month but drier weather is expected.

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We are also in the Minneapolis area and can’t believe the forecast for Friday! We have been traveling up around the lakes in Michigan and Wisconsin and was enjoying the 70’s. We needed to find a campground to land at for a little over a week to get some packages and with the holiday in there, the one we ended up in near Minneapolis was the only vacancy I could find after calling many. Definitely would have preferred the Grand Marais area where the forecast was for 70 something today. 😉

Vicki

 

 

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Sun Valley ID here.  High 70s daytime. High 40s nighttime. Mostly sunny but may get some rain this weekend. 

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We had a really nasty storm here last night in ND but we were fortunate to have the tree miss our truck!

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1 hour ago, Kirk Wood said:

We had a really nasty storm here last night in ND but we were fortunate to have the tree miss our truck!

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Free fire wood . LOL

Good the truck made it through unscathed . ;)

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2 hours ago, Kirk Wood said:

We had a really nasty storm here last night in ND but we were fortunate to have the tree miss our truck!

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Too close for comfort. Glad you are OK.

Linda

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7 hours ago, Kirk Wood said:

We had a really nasty storm here last night in ND but we were fortunate to have the tree miss our truck!

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Yep, way too close! Your truck may need an underwear change... ;)

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Update from Bakers Hole CG, 5 miles south of West Yellowstone, MT. It was suppose to be a high of 56 today with rain. So we decided if it materialized we would make a grocery run to Bozeman. It started to drizzle at 7:30 AM so at 8 we leave the "Hole". 3 miles south on RT 191 it stared to pour. At 15 mile marker we started to push slush for about  3 miles. The truck thermometer went from 55 to 37 very quickly! Rained the rest of the way into Bozeman, then shortly after it quit. As we come back out of Bozeman it stared to pour again for about 10 miles, then drizzle the rest to the way back to the "Hole" A little while ago it thundered and lightning for a couple of minutes and then another downpour. Just plain  ugly

Kirk, glad Pam and you are good to go and no damage to the Dodge .  

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Cloudy relief here in SW New Mexico today . We had 94°F  this afternoon . 

Compared to 104 , 94 felt half decent . LOL

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Howdy!

Here in Palmer, Alaska low tonight is 49 and high for tomorrow 61 with a chance of rain. Not missing the Texas heat.

” Happy Trails”

Chiefneon

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61 degrees and severe thunderstorms here in the Black Hills of South Dakota.   Great lightening and a rainbow earlier this evening!

Jim

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20 minutes ago, Jim & Alice said:

61 degrees and severe thunderstorms here in the Black Hills of South Dakota.   Great lightening and a rainbow earlier this evening!

Jim

Got caught in the hail up near Sturgis.  Damage to the RV and truck.

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9 minutes ago, Alie&Jim's Carrilite said:

Got caught in the hail up near Sturgis.  Damage to the RV and truck.

Sorry to hear that. If your truck needs repainting you might want to see about trading it in. Painting a vehicle with fabrics in the interior means it will smell like paint for a LONG time. Voice of experience here although ours was a car. Brand new car so trading was not an option in our case.

Linda Sand

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6 hours ago, Alie&Jim's Carrilite said:

Got caught in the hail up near Sturgis.  Damage to the RV and truck.

That storm completely missed us in ND. The one yesterday came from west of you but got way worse as it came this way. Our park manager did find one very small ding in our truck from where that limb glanced off but with this a 2003 truck that had several small dings when I got it, I doubt I'll even file for it. I'll just be thankful for what little damage we have. 

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We've had triple digits with a few cooler days in the high 90s here in the Shreveport LA area. Drought here too. We need to hurry up and find a house in Colorado where those temps dry are bearable in the shade.

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Just plain hot at an even 100° , 7% humidity and slight breeze . 

Hopefully the predictions will be correct . They are calling for a 'cool down' to the upper and mid 90s . 

That'll probably feel pretty good , comparatively . LOL

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104° F here, in a drought, UV index extreme at 11, and still 29% Humidity

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Another update from Bakers Hole, West Yellowstone, MT. Morning of the 4th the temp at 6AM was 33. It did make 80 that day. The temp has been rising since as this AM at 6 AM, it was 48.

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Southern Colorado mountains 8500 ft, - Hot, Dry, Windy afternoons, smoke filled air from wildfires in every direction, and praying for rain .   "hot" at this elevation is anything over 80 F

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