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    weather where YOU are now.

    Today's weather in Montreal

    Temperature : 84F feels like 99F
    Humidex : 58%
    Wind : 12 m/h

    I was feeling a lot better sailing on Lake Champlain this afternoon.

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    weather here today in pennsylvania, pittsburgh area was about 87....hot and humid....love it if I were somewhere I could jump in water but do not have that luxury.....need aruba bad !!!!!!
    ARUBA....HOME AWAY FROM HOME

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    today in lakeland, fl
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    w/ a gusty breeze
    a delightful day..............providing one was in air conditioning or a pool.

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    Very nice temperature today and tomorrow...
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    looks perfect there in he suburbs of montreal Q.
    Quote Originally Posted by qlaval View Post
    Very nice temperature today and tomorrow...

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    Summer weather has finally arrived on Cape Cod! (and with it the people!) In the 80's, a bit humid, nice breeze.
    Haven't been to the beach yet -- that's the problem with living here, you're either working or getting caught up with "stuff" on your day off!
    My last swim was in St Maarten in April -- water temp here is only about 70!

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    how is rte 28 windy???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrea J. View Post
    how is rte 28 windy???
    I don't even use it! It's back roads all the way! And I try not to venture over to Hyannis til after Labor Day!
    Sat afternoon there was a 10 mile back-up to get over the Bourne Bridge!

    I stand corrected about the sea temp -- it's still around 65 - 68!!! Brrrr! (but........better then Maine! lol!)

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    The weather yesterday where we are ( CT ) looked nice out but i had to work all day ...no pool time didn't get home til 9pm..but the AC was on ....so looking forward to being in AUA...
    Windy we have never been to the Cape in the summer because of all the stories we've heard. We do however enjoy Cape Cod in the winter when there are no crowds....no waiting for a table at Captain Parkers & that great clam chowder. Hope everyone enjoys their summer where ever they may be ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneHappyTraveler View Post
    Windy we have never been to the Cape in the summer because of all the stories we've heard. We do however enjoy Cape Cod in the winter when there are no crowds....no waiting for a table at Captain Parkers & that great clam chowder. Hope everyone enjoys their summer where ever they may be ...
    At least here in Falmouth it's a whole lot less crowded than the Yarmouth/Hyannis areas! But September is definitely the time to visit -- great weather, water is still warm, and the line at Dunkin Donuts is quick!

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