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    Quote Originally Posted by Love Aruba View Post
    I hope this weather gets better- but actually I would rather be in Aruba EVEN if it is overcast. Be there soon. Woooohoooo
    Always remember to STILL apply sunscreen even on the cloudiest of days. The UV rays penetrate the clouds and reflect off of the sand and water.
    Come on Sun and Wind--come on out to play on the 21st thru the 4th hahahaha
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    Pat, I have a feeling it will. The forecast calls for "...tropical disturbance over the Northeastern Atlantic waters that has influence the weather conditions over the past few days has began to disinter crate [disintegrate ].Therefore expect that cloud formation and rain activities will gradually become less over the ABC region.

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yj0Qp6Qf_Gg
    about 47 seconds into this video you can see the funnel begin to form

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    How do you say, "Amazing" in Papiamento?

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    SO the weather is the usual beautiful? I hope so cause mama needs a tan!
    Be there on Friday!!!!!!!!

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    safe and fun travels stacey

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    Rainfall Outlook through the Third Quarter of 2011

    "Rainfall Outlook through the Third Quarter of 2011
    http://www.meteo.an/indexTNCA.asp
    Sea Surface Temperatures (SST) in the tropical Pacific Ocean have continued to increase to near average values (weakening La Niņa conditions) so far through the second quarter of 2011. In the tropical Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, the sea surface temperatures are still about one degree Celsius above average levels. Both of these conditions will lead to average or above rainfall for both the ABC and the SSS islands during the remainder of the second quarter (June) and also through the third quarter of 2011 (July, August and September).

    Last updated: May 31, 2011."

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    average would be better than above average ;-)


    Both of these conditions will lead to average or above rainfall for both the ABC and the SSS islands during the remainder of the second quarter (June) and also through the third quarter of 2011

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    It is only going to rain at night and early morning.

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    I would like to know about the humidity index on the island. Here in Montreal, Canada, in the summer, we have days where it is over a 100F with a humidity index of 90 to 100% and no wind in sight. Those days are so heavy and painful since I have arthitis in my wrist, my back, my neck and in my knee. I am really looking for a place to live where that kind of pain will be part of the past.

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    dominique the humidity in aruba is HIGH.
    the reason folks do not complain of the heat and humidity is because of the trade winds that make it very easy to accept.
    when the winds die down and they do, the heat and humidity is brutal.

    being a new england "girl", it was rare that we had days of 100 degrees and a humidity index of that high. where did you get those figures for montreal?

    i will try to look up some heat index and humidity records for aruba and i will post the link.

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