Wednesdays Question

questionIt’s Wednesday so that means it’s question time. It’s time to ponder and then answer just one question. Okay, you can add all you want as a reason for your answer too. We’d all like that.

Here’s this weeks question: Today is the first day of July and here in the U.S. it’s summer. Many places are very hot this time of year and others are having flooding and lots of rain. What’s the weather been like where you live?

Spring was pretty cool. Unusually cool and then we got some triple digit days as we neared summer. Right now we’re having a heat wave. Unknown what kind of a summer we’ll have, but one thing is for sure…it probably won’t rain.

72 thoughts on “Wednesdays Question

  1. Barb says:

    Well, it's the south so HAWT and humid and thrn toss in some summer thunderstorms to keep it sultry.

    But I wouldn't trade our hot summers for snowy winters… At least I don't have to shovel it! πŸ™‚

    Hoping you get some much needed rain, hon. srsly. Have yourself a wonderdul day! xoxo

  2. Rhonda Albom says:

    It's winter in New Zealand. Auckland weather is similar to San Francisco. It's cold, but but not freezing. It rains a lot, but doesn't snow. Although the past few days have been quite sunny.

  3. stevebethere says:

    At this moment we are having a heatwave (well 3 days of heat counts as a heatwave here LOL) it's apparently going to be around 33 celsius/93F the humidity is horrendous, but it is gonna be stormy towards the end of the week I hope it clears the humidity we are not used to it as we don't get it so hot here usually πŸ™‚

    And that ladies and gentlemen is the weather for central London LOL

    Have a weathertastic day Sandee :-h

  4. Ann says:

    we've been getting a lot of cloudy and rainy days. Today it's looking very gray and the last I looked it was drizzling. I'm in need of some sunshine

  5. Laika says:

    Here in Denmark we have had a very cold June. Only about 13 degrees Celsius (don't know what it is in Fahrenheit) But for the next 4 days our weatherman have promised a heat wave coming up from Spain Yeah πŸ™‚ y-

    Wags from Laika & Vaks

  6. LAC says:

    Rainier than usual. But you will not find me complaining. We need it after an awful winter and drought warnings all spring. Just glad we didn't get a pool this year, we'd have no time to use it.

    BTW, love your patriotic blog template. Very cool!

  7. Traveling Bells says:

    Here in the N GA Alps we are expecting more rain later, but at least the temps have dropped…low 60s at night, up to 80ish during the day. Not bad for summer!

    Big hugs, honey…

  8. Marg says:

    We have had two weeks of a heat wave but at the moment it is a tiny bit cooler which is really nice. Lots of good rain. Sandee, you and Zane and Little Bit have a wonderful day.

  9. Christine says:

    Indiana is the same as Jean from Michigan. My 14 year old hasn't been able to have his camping birthday party yet with all of the storms we're having. I do like the temps, but they aren't conducive to swimming.

  10. DrillerAA09 says:

    The last few days have been hot and humid. It has been a very wet spring and early summer here in NW Arkansas. The lakes are full, the rivers are full, and we may get more rain this week-end. They have actually opened the flood gates on Beaver Lake twice this year. That hasn't happened in the twenty-eight years we've lived here.

  11. Caren Gittleman says:

    we have actually been unseasonably cool. We were in the 70s and cooler, had some rain…….now we are getting more normal. It is supposed to be in the 80s for the next few days as it is supposed to be!

  12. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    It's really been wonderful for the whole part. We've had a great deal of rain this year. We broke a 75 year record for rain. Flowers & the lawn love it and the weather has been around 75 to 80 degrees this year. I only put the AC on twice. The worst part is there are many more mosquitos this year and they are bigger.
    Have a great Wednesday Sandee. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  13. (not necessarily your) Uncle Skip, says:

    The weather guy on the local reported the average temperature here last month was 100 degrees or more.
    Yesterday it was 113.
    Today and tomorrow it is supposed to be about the same, cooling to 105 on Friday.

    My cousin sent me a link that Ireland is having a heat wave, too.
    The temps there are in the 60s and 70s.

    • Comedy Plus says:

      It was blazing hot yesterday, but we didn't get that hot. We were around 107 I think. Too hot.

      So that's a heat wave in Ireland? The coast of Oregon it's about the same. πŸ™‚

  14. BeadedTail says:

    It's hot and dry here and has been for a week and will be for another week with temps hovering around 100. We need rain! *sigh*

    Hope you're staying cool Sandee! Smooches to Little Bit!

  15. Woodsterman (Odie) says:

    Some of you may laugh, but where I live if the temperature gets above 75 we melt. It has been hitting close to 90 so it's deadly right now. The nights have been cooling down to the high 50s. Our biggest worry right now are forest fires. c-)

  16. Kathe W. says:

    some blogger friends are having far too much rain while we are having the same heat wave you are! No rain in sight- altho a few drops fell on me two mornings ago!
    big hugs- stay cool!

  17. Jennifer Humphries says:

    Hot, humid, raining and flooding! It's monsoon season in the desert, where if you just wait a minute the weather will change! I love the patriotic changes to your blog! Have a wonderful 4th of July!

    • Comedy Plus says:

      Oh that kind of weather. I lived in Tillamook Oregon and the weather would change like that and often.

      Thanks for the loving the patriotic changes on my blog. πŸ™‚

  18. cube says:

    We're in that period where it's hot, humid and we get thunderstorms almost daily. Thankfully they don't last long, but they do dump a lot of water while they last. We have to keep draining the pool.

    • cube says:

      I understand, but we don't just get that gentle rain, we get a downpour that makes our yard squishy. It doesn't last all day, but it's a very heavy downpour while it lasts. We make the best of it as everyone else in the country makes the best of what they get.

  19. Karren Haller says:

    We are having the hotest month so far, from 109F to 113F with little chance of any cooling trend, we have to do as much as we an as early as possible to avoid heat stroke.

  20. Ron Russell says:

    It's been hot as hell in Dixie, but then that's not unusual for this time of year! Global warming, global cooling, or man-made climate change has nothing to do with it!

  21. Linda says:

    I live in Montreal, Canada, and today (July 1st) was Canada Day for us. It was pretty rainy, but I don't mind, because I have always loved the rain. I cannot take it when it is very hot and humid (like 30 in the 90's and up)….not so much the heat as the humidity that affects me, but unfortunately here in Montreal it is rarely a dry heat, it is always humid. πŸ™‚

  22. Rocks says:

    It's rainy and flood season here in my part of the world but our weather bureau said we aren't getting enough rain (mild el nino) and the farmers are suffering. It's still warm though but not as humid hot compare to last 2 months. we do get rains mostly in the afternoon and evening and we are braving ourselves for incoming cyclones. In average 4 usually comes in July. You know we need rain water but we don't need the flooding specially here in the metro.

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