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Why the East Coast is bakingA giant high-pressure dome in the atmosphere, sitting over the Ohio Valley, is keeping the East Coast hot and humid.

Why the East Coast is baking
A giant high-pressure dome in the atmosphere, sitting over the Ohio Valley, is keeping the East Coast hot and humid.

  1. ausetkmt reblogged this from pod313
  2. oliveramy reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    Surprise…When has it NOT been humid on the East Coast. Not news to me
  3. earthrisespace reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    Florida is just as hot as it always is.
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  8. the-sober-folly reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    SO WE HAVE OHIO’S AIR TO BLAME FOR THIS?
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  10. marjbarj reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    Awesomeee
  11. naturenurtures reblogged this from opakakaek
  12. mick-dreams reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    That explains why I’m melting
  13. hot-beuys reblogged this from nodamncatnodamncradle
  14. haylook reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    THE DOME. We are UNDER THE DOME.
  15. nodamncatnodamncradle reblogged this from hipstrnothippie and added:
    thanks, Ohio. Just because everyone forgets about you doesnt mean you can take it out on us.
  16. hipstrnothippie reblogged this from wherethefuckdidiputmycigarettes and added:
    Ohio is the worst
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  18. eagleeyetiger reblogged this from mothernaturenetwork and added:
    And it’s killing me, especially during runs after morning practice.
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