News ‘Heat dome’ set to envelope US with sizzling temperatures

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by .d., Jul 22, 2016.

  1. A ‘heat dome’ is sweeping across the US this weekend, bringing prolonged sweltering temperatures, expected to reach 15 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit above what’s normal for this time of the year.

    A ‘heat dome’ occurs when high pressure traps hot air underneath it and usually lasts a number of days. Combined with high humidity, heat indices are forecast to soar - the highest indices are predicted to be felt across the Corn Belt and Midwest, topping 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 Celsius).

    ‘Heat dome’ set to envelope US with sizzling temperatures
  2. Please, no... 15-25 degrees above normal here means at least 125 degrees
  4. 103 is too much already:why:
  5. My apartment feels like the arctic because I couldn't handle 89°so 95°+ 15 or 25 = death of Botchie( and all other fat ppl).
  6. We might hit 104 today/tomorrow and I am in Ohio... :okay:

    RIP :upset:
  7. I have to go brave the outside... If I don't come back... Feed my cats and remember... KITLER LIVES FOREVER! :kitler:
  8. @Lady Deathbane free cats!
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