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These pictures won't reach the media -- Bush "drunk as a money" at the Olympics. One picture actually shows a red scraping on his arm. Wonders how he got that.
When the 2008 Summer Olympic Games commence in Beijing China on August 8th, participants and visitors can expect hot, humid weather. Beijing experiences hot summers due to warm and humid monsoon winds from the southeast. High heat and humidity can be expected for summer months, according to China’s climate data. This is especially true in August when the average high temperature is 85 F (30 C) and average morning humidity hovers at 90 percent.
Olympics officials will be warning visitors of the danger of heat stroke, issuing a heat stroke index during the hottest days. As the Beijing Olympics run from August 8-24, extremely high temperatures could occur. In May 2007, Beijing recorded its highest temperature since 1951, when the city hit 98 degrees Fahrenheit (37.2 C). Temperatures will be closely monitored by various Automatic Weather Stations around Beijing. The Beijing Meteorological Observatory and meteorologists in China aim to predict accurate weather forecasts for the Games.