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The latest indications are that the sea surface temperatures in the equatorial Pacific have gone cold! Well, not really cold, but cooler than normal and that means we now have a La Nina developing in the Pacific.
Originally posted by shockologist
reply to post by virraszto
i live in Hemet CA, one of the hottest towns in Ca so for me this is a very important issue. the answer for me was a level pay program. i was paying $80 ish from nov-may and $3-400 the rest of the year. level pay puts me at a manageable $197 each month. hope it helps
Originally posted by virraszto
I do open up the windows at night and use fans to pull in the cool air. In the morning I close all windows and turn all the fans on. I cover the windows in dark curtains. I use the a/c mostly to keep the humidity out. We take lots of cold showers, and cook outside, and drink lots of water. I did all that and had high bills.