• I'm on "the other side of the pond" - "the states" - outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mother Nature was pretty good to us this summer: We had about 3 or 4 "heat waves": The day-time temperature reached or exceeded 90 degrees F. and stayed there at least three days or longer. Rainy days have been very rare. In fact we hardly had any afternoon or evening thundershowers. Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! Very Truly Yours, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Source: Some personal observations.
  • I'm in Lanzarote, Canary Islands and this summer has been cloudier than normal, but it's still warm enough for T-shirt, shorts and sandals, even late in the evening. I was in England a few weeks ago and I had as many rainy days as dry ones.
  • Here on Rigil VII the acid storms have been particularly harsh this year. Coupled with the volcanic eruptions and higher than usual levels of corrosive gas, this has been one summer to forget.
  • Montreal, Canada ... similarly soggy summer ...
  • Oklahoma - and it has been very hot -
  • Hot and humid. bleh!
  • DelMarVa peninsula, East Coast US. Very dry. Corn is dried up and soybeans are drying fast. No major rain events in past 3 weeks. Not a good summer for crops here, although soybeans will be better than corn. Peaches and Pears did well. Apples may be hurting due to the August drought.
  • I'm in Minneapolis Minnesota. It was soooo humid this summer, but very sunny.

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