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This site is talking about the “feels like” humidity of Boulder in summertime.
Not one to rest on its summertime laurels, Yosemite kicks into winter play mode as soon as the flakes start flying.
In what appears to be a summertime thunderstorm parked over northeastern Maryland, those intense red and orange tones attest to very heavy sleet.
It really helps to keep cold air out and cool air in during the summertime!
“In the summertime, if it’s a hot, dry period, you’ll often smell them before the trees have even shed any leaves,” he explains.
It stood among trees and shrubs, now for the most part bare, but giving promise of shady privacy in summertime.
HYACINTHGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
The action takes place in the town of Kalinov, on the banks of the Volga, in summertime.
THE STORMALEKSANDR NICOLAEVICH OSTROVSKY
Fagerlin was the big brindled cow, and at present, being summertime, was allowed to take the air in the garden.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
Great elms throw their cloudlike shadows over the trim and well-kept roads in summertime.
In the summertime many boys go to the pond to swim, but never go out into the middle or far from the shore.
MYTHICAL MONSTERSCHARLES GOULD

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