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Flip-Flop Weather

Today my wife was excited.  The mercury is expected to pass 60°F today for only the second time this year. According to her 60° is officially flip-flop weather.

So I tried to think where we go from here:

  • 50°F Hoodie Weather
  • 60°F Flip-Flop Weather
  • 70°F Shorts Weather
  • 80°F Short Shorts and Tank Top Weather (or SSTT for you txtrs)
  • 90°F Bikini Weather
  • 100°F Hoodie Weather again, because you should be inside with the air conditioner blasting!

Let us know about your weather in your neck of the woods, and if you're brave, send us a picture.

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  1. The weather in Corning, NY (near the PA boarder) area is just turning from gray to lighter gray. We did get a few rare days of sunshine, but the left-overs from winter have kept the temperature at just below the prerequisite for flip-flop weather (according to your wife and my girl friends). Of course, I don't get out much so, don't take my description without a bit of skepticism.

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