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Eric Holthaus
This is unreal. Right now in South Texas it’s 104°F with a dewpoint of 80°F. That’s a heat index of 130°F. In June. Folks, it’s technically still spring. It’s not even summer for another 13 days. We’re in a climate emergency.
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Eric Holthaus 8 Jun 19
Replying to @NWS
Yesterday, this same South Texas heat wave broke the 's graphics. We don’t know the world we’re about to enter.
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Zub 8 Jun 19
Endtimes 😯😢
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John Schwartz 8 Jun 19
Replying to @EricHolthaus
That's Harlingen--my mother's home town! The shift in temperatures in South Texas has been amazing.
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Steve Coyle 8 Jun 19
Replying to @jswatz @EricHolthaus
Also here in Central Texas if you look at the average last freeze date ( which is calculated anew each year on last thirty years ) in the last four decades of gardening I've seen it shift a month earlier from long range warming.
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Belghast ⚔️ Sea-Dangler 🛡️ 8 Jun 19
this May here in Tulsa there were some areas of the state got 36 inches of rain... Shit is weird
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John Jenkins 8 Jun 19
Get used to it!
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Ian Tinton 8 Jun 19
Stay cool, if you can.
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Joe H 8 Jun 19
Replying to @EricHolthaus
Miserable to be sure. But is it helpful to refer to weather on a specific day as being informative about climate? It is the same as when politicians wait until a snowy day to cast doubt about climate change.
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Martha Brockenbrough THIS OLD DOG out Sept 1, 2020 8 Jun 19
No it isn’t.
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