Update way down below
This was at Margaret Miller’s place (a mission “compound” of Hope Mennonite Missions) in Guaymas Valley, Mexico:
It was hot that day! (And it got at least two-tenths of a degree hotter than what it shows above.)
Thankfully, it was also very dry.
The wind that blew most of the day, as I recall, was also hot and dry.
On days like that, to stay healthy stay in the shade and drink liquids.
Do lots of both, in fact.
Anyway, I’m left wondering what the thermometer would have recorded if we’d had it out in the sun.
Yesterday, I did an experiment here at home (near Yoder, Oregon). Here are the results:
That must be why temperatures are measured “in the shade” rather than “in the sun.”
Originally posted: July 10, 2008 at 1:54 pm
Updated: July 12, 2008 at 2:03 pm
At 10:20 this morning, the temperature in the sun was 107, but in the shade it was merely 76.