Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Dry heat

Arizona in June.

Mornings are cool.
Afternoons are hot.
But it is a dry heat.
In June.

11 comments:

RHarper said...

Yeah dry heat. Everybody thinks it's wonderful. Even me. I really complain when that dot of humidity comes to visit each August. This is nothing to that. :(

Brenda's Arizona said...

I agree - once the humidity hits 10%, I look for clouds. June is a delight compared to what's to come, isn't it?

Thérèse said...

In June as you specified!!! Not many cool nights left either.

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

an oven is an oven is an oven.

Kathy said...

Looking forward to experiencing some of that dry heat soon. My trip keeps getting delayed so I hope it doesn't get pushed into monsoon season!

Sandra said...

is 80 cool? because our wake up temp was 80 today and that means LOOK OUT in the PM. the humidity is so thick we feel like we are drowning. i was out by the pool yesterday and the temp on the fence in the shade was 100 i put the thermometer on my lap where i was sitting and it shot to 107 immediately so i took it in the pool with me and it dropped to a cool water temp of 86, which felt cool compared to 107 and i can relate to your post

Adsila said...

Yes, it is an oven out here!

Banjo52 said...

For once maybe Michigan is the envy of all you SWers. Highs in the 70s and a fantastic breeze for at least four days.

Pat MacKenzie said...

This is my first June in AZ and I'm feeling the heat! And if the strength of the sun wasn't so bad, the hot wind that accompanies it is enough to drive me to the ac comfort of the house, or car, so mall, or restaurant, or..... I love it here in spite of the heat.

Sandra said...

these wonderful desert photos make me so much want to see it. AZ is on my dream list and desert like this and especially the horses

Pat Tillett said...

It may be a dry heat, but it's still hot as heck! We'll be doing another road trip in your great state, but we're waiting until October...