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    So, when you see the weatherman tell you the high and the low temperature, what exactly does that mean? Is it the temperature range possibility for the day? Most importantly, does it apply to night time?

    For example, tomorrow the high is 44, the low is 32. I know it usually hits the high around 5 pm...but the low, does that mean its only gonna drop to 32ish at night?

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    I think the low is at night, yeah.

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    The low comes at night, when the sun is not heating the atmosphere. Heat is a form of energy. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed. Newton said that. He also invented calculus. Calculus is used to build bridges. A bridge is used to travel a gap. There are oftentimes pedestrian crosswalks on bridges. Pedestrians use those to cross the road. Why did the chicken cross the road? To get away from your stupid questions, Jeph.


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    to put it simple day light is evil and ridden with to much light. night time is the best time of day. no horrible light and not to much heat. sadly there is day and night cycles that seem that will not be going any where any time soon. untill that day when day light sky is darkened permanently we will have to deal with sun light

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    Quote Originally Posted by not.all.there View Post
    to put it simple day light is evil and ridden with to much light. night time is the best time of day. no horrible light and not to much heat. sadly there is day and night cycles that seem that will not be going any where any time soon. untill that day when day light sky is darkened permanently we will have to deal with sun light
    this isn't duby. way too duby to be duby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSkald View Post
    this isn't duby. way too duby to be duby.
    shhh every one knows i am dubs. Duby had to die so a new one would be reborn

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    Hahaha thanks guys. I was hoping that's what the low number meant but for some reason I thought it was just a daytime thing.

    That is excellent news. Only one night this week with drop below freezing, most just hover at it. Yessssssss spring. Thank you <3

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