Thursday, April 03, 2008

Schvitzin'

It was about this time last year when we noted that 2007 was expected to be the hottest year of the last 120 years in Queretaro. So today comes the puzzling news that, with a possible high of 45 degrees Celcius, April 2008 is expected to be the hottest month of the last 100 years, from which we can deduce two things:

1) While the average temperature for the years 1887-1908 did not exceed that of 2007, at least one month late in that time period managed to exceed 46 degrees C.

2) It's just really friggin' hot down there.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'll trade that for the 46 degrees F we are having right now, (actually, I don't think it has reaches 46 degrees yet).

M