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    I would love to have 52F weather right now. Not the rain though!. So I hope that stops for you!
    Although it has been cooler here more than usual; it is Not so enjoyable with the humidity. I never mind sun but the humid conditions that prevail on and off!Ugh! We have had some good and cool days between stormy weather and humid conditions.

    Hope you have a good time Bon! Enjoy! Weather and trip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorkweed View Post
    It's disgusting here in NE Illinoiz and/or SE Wisconsin!!!! Mid/upper 80's with humidity off the chart!!!! My clubs hunt test is this weekend also!!! Major suckage!!
    Oh Boo Hoo... 100+ ACTUAL temp every day this past week and the lows are about 81 or 82. Heat indices up to 115, so Gimme the upper 80's, we'll break out the sweaters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooked on quackers View Post
    Did you train
    My weather in TN is pretty much the same... And other than some (very short) drills early in the AM... The answer is no.
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    Actual temp yesterday here in coastal SC was 100. More of the same today. Heat indices up another 10-15 degrees. Bring on Fall!

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    Having a little cool spell in western CO, upper 70's in the afternoons with thunderstorms and rain, mid 50's in the morning. It's our annual "one cool week that sends all the white wing doves south to Mexico" right before dove season starts, LOL.
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    the temp dropped to 42 degrees and raining hard and a very stiff wind from the North..It will change todays training schedule just a bit...even the dogs weren't all that excited about going outside this morning, and their usual 15 minute romp around the grounds was more like a 5 minute quick stop
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Spears View Post
    Having a little cool spell in western CO, upper 70's in the afternoons with thunderstorms and rain, mid 50's in the morning. It's our annual "one cool week that sends all the white wing doves south to Mexico" right before dove season starts, LOL.
    We been almost 20 degrees below average most of the week with 100% humidity. I too am worried about the doves leaving town. The farmers are hurting though. They cannot harvest the wheat because it is too wet. The wheat fields behind my house and adjacent field have not been cut yet. Not good.

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    Didn't see any doves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Kress View Post
    49 here in Saskatoon this Am. Jacket and gloves till mid afternoon. High of 65.
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    We've had a very cool and wet August here in the high desert. Leaves on the trees are turning. We are praying this means El Nin(y)o is on the way to break our dought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hooked on quackers View Post
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