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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Montreal Heat Wave, Global Warming

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The weather here in Montreal has been very hot and humid for days now, with a serious but lesser measure of humidity having been around for weeks. I get the impression that after it rains in buckets, the water is immediately absorbed back into the ambient air. Thus, it needs to rain again for the air to 'dry out.'

Personally, I think this humidity is gross, and probably the result of global warming. After having seen Al Gore's excellent movie on global warming, I've ome to understand that odd weather is part and parcel of global warming.

Edit: this was written yesterday, August second. The air is clear today, after it rained yesterday in these weird spurts, three times. I still think it's got to do with global warming.

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