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by yolos 2/19/2017, 5:41 pm
LOL J/K If we hit 91° it will be the first time this year. You can tell by the night time lows that it never really gets hot. I'm hoping that this last heat wave provides lots of profit for the Puyallup Fair and gives my winter squash a chance to mature.
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It has been pretty dry and warm here...we have reached upper 80's and low 90's lots here lately. The funny thing is afterliving in AZ for 15 years 90 doesn't even phase me. People in stores etc comment on how HOT it is and I go, "Wha? Huh? Oh. Right. Yea. It's hot. " LOL They should go visit duhh, she'll show them HOT!
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