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That's crazy, I spent a couple of weeks in Arizona, and New Mexico, which isn't far away and it was insanely dry, but hot. I woke up with nosebleeds every morning because of the dryness.
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I've spend a lot of time in the CA Central Valley which is also very hot and very dry. but it cools immensely at night, almost like a desert.
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I've always had good times in Arizona, even in July visits. The heat was sweltering, the breezes felt like opening up oven doors, but the lack of humidity made a huge difference.
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That's crazy, I spent a couple of weeks in Arizona, and New Mexico, which isn't far away and it was insanely dry, but hot. I woke up with nosebleeds every morning because of the dryness.

The distance from Dallas to Albuquerque is 650 miles. So basically the same distance as NYC to Cinncinati
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I've spend a lot of time in the CA Central Valley which is also very hot and very dry. but it cools immensely at night, almost like a desert.

That's why everyone loves CA. Truly beautiful weather.
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Nobody really loves the central valley, though.
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The distance from Dallas to Albuquerque is 650 miles. So basically the same distance as NYC to Cinncinati

alternatively, it's the same distance as driving out and back to Montauk three times over. So, it's far.
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The distance from Dallas to Albuquerque is 650 miles. So basically the same distance as NYC to Cinncinati

Yeah, but Cincinnati's weather is probably a lot closer to New York's weather than Dallas to Albuquerque.
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Nobody really loves the central valley, though.

I guess I'm thinking of the time I spent in LA and to be sitting in full sun and being comfortable was amazing
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I guess I'm thinking of the time I spent in LA and to be sitting in full sun and being comfortable was amazing
close your eyes and try to replicate that scene in Fresno. Or Redding.
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I guess I'm thinking of the time I spent in LA and to be sitting in full sun and being comfortable was amazing

LA weather, like the city, is pretty awesome.


I like inclement weather, and LA lack that, but it's lame to complain about that.
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LA, as Joan Didion put it, has "apocalypitc weather." It's nice 95% of the time but when it gets bad, it's like the world is ending.
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Nobody really loves the central valley, though.

Ain't that the truth. I'll be in Buttonwillow this weekend, and it's supposed to be 105. I literally might die.
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Buttonwillow is a name I never thought I would hear again.
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And now I've gone and made you wistful...
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