We have a heat index of 100 her in NJ.

Whew. Knocks me out, but here I am blogging.

With a hot laptop on my lap. Yeah, I'm bright.

Anyway, don't you love when authors use the weather as another character in their story. I've tried, but all NJ has is humidity.

And road rage, but that's not weather.

The rainy days of Seattle make a neat back drop for a murder. The sultry nights of Miami make it a great place for chicklit.

I have a strange urge to drop a vampire into the dead of winter Minnesota. Wouldn't that be fun. He'd drink blood to keep warm the way we drink coffee or tea.

Anyway, it's hot.

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Comment by Chris Redding on August 8, 2007 at 11:03pm
Yes, but I expect that south of the Mason Dixon line. Not in NJ.
But I do feel for you.
Comment by J.D. Rhoades on August 8, 2007 at 11:35am
Heat index in North Carolina: 110.

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