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Old 05-17-2024, 09:38 AM   #2776
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I figured the weather in Maryland/Virginia wouldn't be too much different than South Carolina. I guess that's not the case?
When it feels 98 there it is like 88 here so about 10 degrees cooler, plus my house is in woods so I am surrounded by trees definitely keeps it cool until about 3 in the afternoon. The only things I worry about keeping cool are the pets. Have to make sure they are okey.
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Old 05-17-2024, 09:41 AM   #2777
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Tell me you've never lived in the DMV without saying you've never lived in the DMV.

The humidity around here is insane. Spring when it's like 60 degrees a day only lasts like a week or two a year. We live in a literal swamp town. Two days ago it was 50 degrees when I went to work at 5 am, and it was 80 in the afternoon. The humidity is insane - the humidity here makes it so unbearingly goddamn hot it feels worse than the dry 117 degree heat I experienced in Phoenix last summer.

So yeah. I know what I'm about son.
LOL, thanks for the explanation dad!

It gets humid in your house? I mean, South Carolina has humidity during a large part of the year, but inside of my condo it doesn't get humid. It warms up, but it doesn't turn into like being outside.
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Old 05-17-2024, 09:43 AM   #2778
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When it feels 98 there it is like 88 here so about 10 degrees cooler, plus my house is in woods so I am surrounded by trees definitely keeps it cool until about 3 in the afternoon. The only things I worry about keeping cool are the pets. Have to make sure they are okey.
Wonder how far apart you and Mooby are. Sounds like you live in 2 separate parts of the country. Although, I guess if you live in the woods, that would make a huge difference by itself.
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Re: What REALLY grinds your gears?

Where I live has more in common with central PA than central MD let alone northern VA. The weather for Baltimore and DC can also be very different. They will get 4 inches of snow and Baltimore will have rain.
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Where I live has more in common with central PA than central MD let alone northern VA. The weather for Baltimore and DC can also be very different. They will get 4 inches of snow and Baltimore will have rain.
Had to look up where Parkton was, you are just about in PA.

Everyone involved in drawing up the state lines of Maryland should be ashamed of themselves. Looks like something a 5-year-old on an etch-a-sketch would draw on accident.

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Old 05-17-2024, 12:32 PM   #2781
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LOL, thanks for the explanation dad!

It gets humid in your house? I mean, South Carolina has humidity during a large part of the year, but inside of my condo it doesn't get humid. It warms up, but it doesn't turn into like being outside.
I leave the a/c off when I go to work, come home and it's 75-80 in there. We don't all live in modern houses built in the last 20 years. My house doesn't have central a/c. Window units ftw.
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Old 05-17-2024, 12:34 PM   #2782
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Where I live has more in common with central PA than central MD let alone northern VA. The weather for Baltimore and DC can also be very different. They will get 4 inches of snow and Baltimore will have rain.
Disagree, I live off the east side of 95 and 95 is typically the dividing line for snow - everywhere to the west/north usually gets snow that sticks and we get a slushy mix. We only had 2 instances of measurable snowfall last winter. I think the closer you are to the Potomac or the coast the worse off you are for snow.

But yeah I agree the weather for DC/NoVa and Baltimore can definitely be different.
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