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Old 07-14-2010, 07:21 PM
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Fri.-105* ; Sat.-106* ; Sun-106*. That's the forecast for the western base of the central Sierras. May be time to leave the waders home.
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//snip// May be time to leave the waders home.

I'll say......
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Hi Jimmie,
That stinks! It's been hot and humid here for a while, and we even had temps in the 90's during April. Nature has seen fit to give some much needed rain over the last few days, and the streams and lakes were getting very low. I'm looking foward to October.......
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Jimmie,
Start running for the high country! It should be 20 degrees cooler.

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Old 07-15-2010, 05:07 AM
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Fri.-105* ; Sat.-106* ; Sun-106*. That's the forecast for the western base of the central Sierras. May be time to leave the waders home.

Maybe it's time to think more about your pool!

We're hot, too; but we're about 10 degrees cooler than you in the valleys and up on top of the Pocono range where we are, it's 20 degrees cooler. Water levels are dangerously low, but the water temps in the smaller streams are staying below 65 degrees; which means that the trout fishing is still OK. The Smallmouth fishing on rivers like the Susquehanna is in high gear!

Stay cool!
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