Just a bit hot for a cruise today!!!

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    Summertime Down Under!
     
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    Sleeting up in hurrrr.
     
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    Won't be long up here, about the time I walk out of the power plant for the last time. Maybe it will quit raining by then?
     
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    I thought that was a cool day for you down under boys. :cool:
     
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    Just curious, what is the humidity like?
     
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    Waking up to a cool 31c today, I live in South Australia which has a very dry humidity, when you get in the northern areas of Australia, Darwin, Brisbane and Sydney that's where the humidity is. We have summer peaks of 45 degrees with a dry humidity.
    Cheers Darren
     
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