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    Human Bean Mike_In_Lima's Avatar
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    Lookin' pretty........

    Weather for Lima;
    Thursday, Jul 7
    Nice with sunny spells High: 82?? F Low: 60?? F
    Friday, Jul 8
    Pleasant with clouds and sun High: 86?? F Low: 60?? F
    Saturday, Jul 9
    Mostly sunny and warm High: 83?? F Low: 62?? F
    Sunday, Jul 10
    Mostly sunny and hot High: 91?? F Low: 65?? F
    Monday, Jul 11
    Partly sunny High: 87?? F Low: 65?? F
    Tuesday, Jul 12
    A shower in spots in the p.m. High: 86?? F Low: 64?? F
    Wednesday, Jul 13
    A shower in spots in the a.m. High: 85?? F Low: 67?? F
    Thursday, Jul 14
    Times of clouds and sun High: 87?? F Low: 67?? F
    Friday, Jul 15
    Humid with sunny intervals High: 87?? F Low: 65?? F
    Saturday, Jul 16
    A good deal of sun High: 81?? F Low: 58?? F
    Sunday, Jul 17
    Mostly sunny High: 79?? F Low: 62?? F
    Monday, Jul 18
    Clouds and sun High: 82?? F Low: 61?? F
    Tuesday, Jul 19
    Partly sunny High: 82?? F Low: 63?? F
    Wednesday, Jul 20
    Partly sunny High: 84?? F Low: 64?? F
    Thursday, Jul 21
    Partly sunny High: 85?? F Low: 65?? F

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    Has the GS-Lust The_Veg's Avatar
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    So what kind of humidity can we expect?
    2012 R1200GS

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    Lord Of Barley & Hops BMWRider's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Veg
    So what kind of humidity can we expect?
    It depends on how the hurricanes track.

    Typically, it can be pretty high in Ohio this time of year. I mean, oppressive. But this year it's been all over the yard; nasty for a few days, then reasonable. It's a crapshoot.

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    Mosquitoes?

    How is it for mosquitoes, especially in the evenings? Do I have to worry about getting eaten alive, or wearing long pants vs shorts/sandals?
    Mark
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    Just bring mosquito repellent. The Aerostich stuff works well for me. Remember there is a "pond" on the property so there will be mosquitos. At Loraz's I got away with one bite.
    -=Brad

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    Human Bean Mike_In_Lima's Avatar
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    This has absolutely been one of the most skeeter-free years I have ever seen, but that can change..........
    Anyway, forget relative humidity, it's the dewpoint that matters..................

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    Human Bean Mike_In_Lima's Avatar
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    Oh my, NOW check it out; can you say Chamber of Commerce weather?

    http://wwwa.accuweather.com/forecast...45806&metric=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by BradfordBenn
    At Loraz's I got away with one bite.
    I thought that was our secret.....

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    Has the GS-Lust The_Veg's Avatar
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    Oh my, NOW check it out; can you say Chamber of Commerce weather?
    Mmmmmm, nice! Looks like I could almost get away with bringing a sleeping bag!
    2012 R1200GS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_In_Lima
    Oh my, NOW check it out; can you say Chamber of Commerce weather?

    http://wwwa.accuweather.com/forecast...45806&metric=0
    C'mon, Mike! This is OHIO we're talking about! You KNOW that'll change at LEAST 3 times before the rally gets under way!

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    Guzzi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_In_Lima
    This has absolutely been one of the most skeeter-free years I have ever seen, but that can change..........
    Anyway, forget relative humidity, it's the dewpoint that matters..................
    Okay . . . time for a weather lesson

    Dewpoint = The temperature at which the relative humidity becomes 100%

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