#&^@$$ it's cold outside

  1. It is soo bloody cold outside this week. I had my air conditioning on last week! Weather says it's 10 degrees Celcius outside. Sorry I don't have a concept of what that converts to in F. Termostat says it 65 degrees F, though in here. I resorted to turning on the heat this morning. I thought it was the middle of August?

    Tell me where it's nice and I will pack up right away.
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  2. 27 Comments

  3. by   Mkue
    Good Morning.. it's been pretty warm here lately BUT it's raining right now.. that' ok, we need the rain.. so you might not want to come here unless you bring an umbrella !
  4. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Yup, rain here too. I know we really needed it and all, but why did it have to rain on the day I'm supposed to be taking some rowdy couped up cabin fever boys to the zoo? Guess we'll do the arcade instead...

    Heather
  5. by   adrienurse
    Not motivated to do anything today! Have to do grocery shopping. If only I can get out of my PJs.
  6. by   live4today
    Adrie......here is the conversion table to use to figure out Celsius versus Farenheit:

    C= (F-32) x 5/9.............and.........F= (Cx9/5) + 32

    So.....if it is 10 degrees C there where you live, it is:

    F = (10 x 9/5) + 32...........F = (18) + 32......F = 18 + 32.......which
    equals 50. So......F = 50.

    It is 50 degrees Farenheit where you live. :kiss
  7. by   adrienurse
    Okay, Does 50 degrees F on the freaken middle of August sound human to to you? It's COLD here! I'm moving to Texas!
  8. by   BadBird
    I would love the have 50 degree weather, I love the cold. Where are you?
  9. by   live4today
    Originally posted by adrienurse
    Okay, Does 50 degrees F on the freaken middle of August sound human to to you? It's COLD here! I'm moving to Texas!
    Girlfriend.....50 degree Farenheit weather is MY kind of weather! I tell you what......let's trade residences for awhile. I'll come live in your 50 degree F. weather, and you can come reside in my Texas home where the weather outside is all of almost 100 degrees F. :chuckle

    Okay.....100 degrees F. would be 37.7 degrees C.

    And...that's not even taking into account the HUMIDITY level here....say...another 100 degrees in the shade as you wipe buckets of sweat from your brow, and your deodorant ceases to work for you, your clothes are always wet with sweat, your make up runs, and your hair looks like "Puff The Magic Dragon" two minutes after you walk outside! :chuckle
  10. by   researchrabbit
    Beautiful here today in OKC -- 68 low last night, probably a high of 88, perfect weather (although the wind may take getting used to)
  11. by   stressedlpn
    it is HOT HOT HOT HOT here and the humidity is even worse, we juist bought a house and guess what it is a 30 yr old house and the electical wiring needs work so if the ac was on the lights when out. welll I sat in the dark , just so I could be cool. the wiring is fixed thank goodness. but if you venture outside you melt. I would gladly trade places with you adrienurse.
  12. by   SmilingBluEyes
    actually been real warm for seattle last 2 weeks. was 97 here in tacoma last tuesday. that is a bit hot for those of us who do not have A/C in our homes. but at least, the sun has been shining!
  13. by   fedupnurse
    COLD!! WHERE????? SEND IT HERE NOW!!! 8TH DAY OF 90 PLUS. I just can't take this heat anymore. Give me 50 or 60 with a nice cool breeze any day of the year!!!!! I should be 50 lbs lighter from all the sweatin I've been doing this summer. Please send me the cold adnd you can taker this heat and humidity off my hands!! PLEEEEAAASEE!!!!!!!!!!
  14. by   deespoohbear
    Here in Northern Indiana, it is rainy and somewhat cool. The ragweed count is through the roof though! Zyrtec D and Nasonex are not touching the symptoms. I am not real motivated either today. Just want to hang around.

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