I just got email from one of those Pacific Northwest weather babies I've previously mentioned, this email coming from that weather baby who happens to be my baby sister, she being the sibling who lives in Tacoma, but commutes to Olympia regularly, where she dispense justice of some sort.
My sister's email contains one declarative sentence, plus one question...
My phone says it is 88 degrees in Olympia right now. Does that mean we are actually hotter than you today???
When I read the question I checked my computer based temperature monitoring device (because I do not have a phone smart enough to tell me the temperature) and was surprised at the answer to my sister's question, that being at this point in time we are both being heated (or chilled, depending on ones point of view) to 88 degrees.
As you can see, in the graphic above, the humidity in this swamp-like part of the planet has it really feeling like 95, which is still cooler than the above 100 HEAT we've been having lately.
Just a second, I will go check how hot it really feels in Olympia....
Well, in just the few minutes since I got my sister's 88 degrees email, Olympia has heated up 3 degrees, to 91, but, if you look at what the Olympia temperature feels like, it is the same as Fort Worth.
Is this what is known as irony? Or just bizarre coincidence?
How come Olympia gets an EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING, but we don't get one here in HOT Texas?