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    Bit warm this Eve... For Idaho standards anyway...

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    Hot all through the Bitterroots.

    It was in the mid-90s today in Missoula. Worse, evening cloud cover is gonna trap that heat. Normally the temperature falls like a stone after sundown; a cross-flow fan cools the house down real nicely after sunset.

    Not tonight, apparently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustPassinThru View Post
    Hot all through the Bitterroots.

    It was in the mid-90s today in Missoula. Worse, evening cloud cover is gonna trap that heat. Normally the temperature falls like a stone after sundown; a cross-flow fan cools the house down real nicely after sunset.

    Not tonight, apparently.
    Hope no T-Storms.... Worked a lot of fire in your country....

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    That is darn warm for 7:21 in the evening!
    I saw 101 degrees today in Virginia City at mid-day. To hotly far for this forest dweller.
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    Was in Salt Lake City yesterday, 104 with a wind. Felt like a convection oven. I'm with you Flathats, I'm sitting out on my deck in Boise tonight at 9:30 and it's still too warm! One of my favorite times to go riding up in the foothills, which are in my backyard, and enjoy the evening's soft light on the hills. Too warm for me tonight!
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