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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    24.4 but 85% humidity. Give me 40 and no humidity any day! ( and yes I have lived in that type of weather...so much easier!!).

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    Agree I hate humidity!!! So glad I live in dry heat

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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    24.4 but 85% humidity. Give me 40 and no humidity any day! ( and yes I have lived in that type of weather...so much easier!!).

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    Oh I love Darwin's weather. I miss it a lot especially the storms. I find the dry heat is a sickly heat whereas humidity you sweat then get a slight breeze to cool you off. Dry season is just lovely except for the midges :/.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CleverClogs View Post
    24.4 but 85% humidity. Give me 40 and no humidity any day! ( and yes I have lived in that type of weather...so much easier!!).

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    Yes the humidity is gross! It can be like a wet blanket some days

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fiery View Post
    Oh I love Darwin's weather. I miss it a lot especially the storms. I find the dry heat is a sickly heat whereas humidity you sweat then get a slight breeze to cool you off. Dry season is just lovely except for the midges :/.


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    Yes. Love the dry...but there is hardly any humidity. So 30 degrees and no humidity is perfect! I love the hot weather, it's the humidity that kills you ( as the saying goes). Do agree on the storms though...almost ( but not quite) makes it worth it!

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    44 in adel! Our effing electrician hasn't come and connected our evap air con up so i am not impressed.

    Dd has split system in her bedroom & we have a wall unit thankfully but do not really wwnt to run two at same time $$ will be calling again tomorrow!

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    Right now... About 16degrees! But the forecast for today... 39 degrees eeek!

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    Its only 26 in Adelaide at the moment... its lovely. Forecast 36 today though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blissfulfairy View Post
    Its only 26 in Adelaide at the moment... its lovely. Forecast 36 today though.

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    Forecast is actually 40 in Adelaide today ; (

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    Yeah they changed it. Got to 43.4 yesterday and 40 today. Already 34 at 9.30am -adelaide
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