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Discussion in 'Okie Memorial Area' started by okie, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    What's the hottest and the coldest weather you have ever been in? 10 degrees below 0 and 115 degrees for me:cold::suntan:
     
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    115 is about the hottest for me also but my lowest was about 25 below zero


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    That's too damn cold my friend:alex:
     
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    You can feel the hairs in your nose freeze and your lungs hurt a little for the first few breaths


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  5. okie

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    I have felt that at 10 below. When I lived in Garden City KS we had almost a 1/4 mile to walk into the plant. It's 10 below, snowing to beat hell and your walking into a 40-50 mph head wind. That sucks bad my friend:shocked::faint:
     
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    Not 100% sure on either. The low was like -24, but I went out the next morning. High I would guess as just over 100 degrees. We don't get the really high temps here in Cincinnati, but with humidity it can be brutal in the summer.
     
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    Oh, the freezers at work are usually around -9, and there's quite a bit of windchill with the fans on. Without gloves on I can only stand to be back there for a minute, especially if I'm moving product. I'll put a coat on too if I plan to be back there for any length of time.
     
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    40 below and 113.
    Minnesota & Washington st.
     
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    40 below plus windchill (have frozen boiling water before it hits the ground), and 125 (103 outside temp, plus they had the heaters on to thaw out the AC coils).
     
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    I've been in about 15 below with windchill. Fort Sill, OK, in the middle of the winter. From being accustomed to the mild winters we have in Georgia, then going to that, will change your perspective of cold entirely. I used to love cold weather, but now I hate it!

    Hottest? Probably 110 or 112, I can't remember. Georgia summers.
     
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    Dennis in MA Get off my lawn

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    I'm not sure. I've been wickit-hot and wickit-cold. Never at the extremes of the temp-scale, tho. Seems to happen at "moderate" temps - that seems to matter more to me. I've had hypothermia and I've had heat stroke. Hypo at 35 or so and heat stroke at 92. I'm good to never have either again.
     
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    Coldest was working outside around 35 below not counting wind chill, hottest I have EVER been was about 4 years ago on a 100 deg pus day got called to a big house on fire with a lady possibly trapped on the 2nd floor.

    Went in 2 times looking for her before we pulled the hose line to fight the fre, after the second trip in we came out and collapsed in the yard, I remember being very cold for some reason?? Spent an hour getting IV fluids and O2. Lady ended up being gone, nearly got us killed for no reason.
     
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    Yeah that sounds rough. I was lucky i only had about a 100 yd walk and it was a rare night in Wyoming were there was not much wind. It still was colder than i needed it though. I would still take it 25 below everyday if it kept it from being 115 ever again because i really hate the heat.


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    The hottest I've ever been was one time, I was frying some perfectly golden brown, cooked just right taters. The kitchen was hot that day my friend.
     
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    I see what you did there :rofl:



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    I just cant imagine:cold::alex:
     
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    Concrete slabs would easily go to the 120's at work. As long as there was a wind or even a breeze, it wouldn't kill you too fast. Coldest, with wind chill from the lake, was -52 while we were near Batavia, New York.