People are posting their temps on their blogs, so not wanting to be left out, here's ours:
Cooler than some, but 100? Really? This is the "Southeast": it's a "different kind of hot" than Arizona. We have humidity. As in 80% humidity. What is it with the "heat index values"? We know it's 100 degrees, do we have to know that it actually feels hotter than it is? And, after you reach 100, could it really feel any hotter? Why don't they tell us what the "heat index value" is in the middle of winter? Is there such a thing as heat index in the winter? There should be.
Let's just pray that the air conditioning holds up!