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  • oldag

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    Planned outages are scheduled to end next Friday on most projects.
    This heat wave is just at a time when grid upgrades are wrapping up.
    Exactly. Maintenance outages as well. Companies are running behind schedule on their plant maintenances as some that were scheduled during the cold snaps were put off out of an abundance of caution.
     

    lightflyer1

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    Just got back and yes the humidity is way up there, especially when diving in Roatan, Belize and Cozumel. Above the surface was very sticky. Fun but exhausted now. Sunday a day of rest for me.
     

    easy rider

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    Just got back and yes the humidity is way up there, especially when diving in Roatan, Belize and Cozumel. Above the surface was very sticky. Fun but exhausted now. Sunday a day of rest for me.
    When I was a kid I lived on Grand Bahama Island. The summers I would spend in Washington state. It would take me about two weeks to get used to the humidity when I got home.
     
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