*laughs in Australian*
@downunderdoctor, *laughs in Floridian* Europe a bunch of pussies
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, *laughs in Louisianans* at least you don't truly know humidity! Only Florida man and I understand this!
@Scottles, *laughs in Dominican* what a joke
@Scottles, I'll have you know in Michigan we had 90% humidity and it was like 90°. 90!!! I was a bit sticky out and I had to turn on my AC
@TheWhiteWolf, dang, would be nice to have some cooler, drier weather like yourself lol
@TheWhiteWolf, 90 degrees in Michigan??? I'd just assume kill myself
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, laughs in Californian. My state is constantly on fire from all the lawyers lying their pants off.
@Not him again, thankfully only supposed to get up to 88 today so I'll live another day
@TheWhiteWolf, and here I thought 90 was bad down here in Missouri
@Scottles, *laughs in Californian*
@TheWhiteWolf, that's every day in the racist swamp that I live in!
@Scottles, *laughs in Alabamian*
Probably not a very popular opinion but I don't like this gatekeeping on weather. Sure it's hot in Europe right now but it's always that hot in Texas or Australia. But Europe doesn't get heat like this and it sucks. If Texas got -40 weather it would be horrible but here in Canada we get that every winter, should I make fun of Texas for being wimps about it? Yea because Texas sucks.
Ha, the map looks kind of like a melting skull.
I get it guys. Other countries it's the norm but you got to understand that it's not normal there and they don't have the infrastructure to battle it.
Australia, India, America etc are like "ReAlLY iTs NoRmaL hErE". Yeah that's cool, imagine it was the opposite, I'm in Sydney and the lowest it got here was around 13 degrees and that's cold as fook where i live. If it started snowing then I will complain cause I ain't equipped for no snow.
@hasher2288, exactly, it’s all about what is normal for a region. It was 114 degrees F in Paris... in June. In a less intense heat wave in 2003 15,000 people died
Meanwhile SoCal was below 70 for the months of May and June.
The hottest temp I see on that map is 29c. That's like springtime here.
Looks like a casual average spring day