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July 07, 2011

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Matthew Lewis

Dude, come to Minnesota. We had a couple 100+ degree heat index days, and it's been consistently in the 80s and 90s. I know you miss the upper Midwest.

Julian

I agree, this summer is non existent. I'm watching it rain right now. Oregon sucks. I got so depressed last night watching it pour. glad I'm moving but it's so weird that the weather is doing this, I remember summer starting the end of May, now it's still pouring rain in the middle of July. Ridiculous. I'm in Corvallis.

mike

I firmly believe it is related to global climate change. As a long time portlander I cant remember summers like this outside of the last 3 or 4 years.

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