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Unread 01-09-2013, 10:06 AM   #11
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Wow...that's hot enough to make the devil sigh.

Concerned about you. Are you and your AC doing OK in all of this Lynn?

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OMG!!! 122 above 0? Take care Lyn, please.
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Oh, my gosh, when I first read your post those high temperatures didn't quite sink in with me. Now, I just Googled "Australia heat wave" and it's all over the Internet.

I don't know how you're enduring this, but I know it must be ghastly! Let us know how you're managing this week.

Stay as cool as you can--and pray for rain!
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Hi guys

Just thought I would let you know that the worst seems to be over here now. Luckily, the worst day we had was only 43.6 C (110 degrees Fahrenheit) - which although awful, was nowhere near as bad as some people in other towns had it.

I managed to stay (relatively) cool and survived without major incident.

Thanks again for all of your concern, good wishes and kind thoughts.

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I'm glad the worst of it is over for you. I do recall that in the summer it has happened in Phoenix, AZ to be 110 F. Not good. The all time record was set in June of 1990 at 122 degrees F.
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