Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Hot in Terrell, TX.

Yesterday the temperature was over 100 degrees in Terrell for the 3rd day in a row. Not sure what the "feels like" temperature was, but I know it "feels like" HOT.

At 6AM Tuesday morning its already 80 degrees.

This is a view looking north on the new portion of highway 34 in Terrell. We have it measured that one round trip is 1.7 miles. Brian is pretty good at running the loop, I try to jog it.

This was taken yesterday afternoon. Its impossible to see in the picture, but when the picture was taken the sun was out and it was raining.

We do have a chance for a rain shower on Wednesday.


10 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Oh man, that's HOT!!!

We haven't even hit 70 for a high yet. Very pleasant here.
Texas is flat. too.
MB

Rambling Round said...

Triple digit heat already? Glad that at least it was raining a bit. Hoping for cooler temps your way.

Halcyon said...

It's been hot here too, but not that hot. Hope the rain cools things down some.

Lynette said...

Whewee, Jim. That's no-fun hot, isn't it? I really like the new banner--thanks for keeping that special library as one of the photos. I think those bags of peaches look like the perfect Mother's Day present--early won't matter 'cause they're perfectly ripe, right? And I believe you are already one fine sports photographer.

The word verification is lucki--looks like they need to work on their spelling, too! Love that VBS sign!

daimilusllc said...

We had 108F in the shade two days ago. This is just extreme! Why this weather when we moved here???

Lois said...

I "feels like" hot here too and don't get me started on the humidity.

Lynette said...

Jim, hours later it has dawned on me that I meant to say Father's Day, not Mother's Day. Please don't think that stress has completely short-circuited by brain!

brian stout said...

I can't, I can't, I just can't see the rain..

Jacob said...

That's too hot for humans and frogs! It's been warm here, too; in the 90's most days. And humid. But such is summer in Florida (and Texas)!

SRQ said...

It's going to be a long, hot summer. Whew! At least the humidity was down a bit this morning.