Heat Warning


One can note that much of Big Sur, and particularly the South Coast is in the highest risk category. I will be countering this effect with several cold showers today. None of my dogs like getting wet, so it is always a challenge for them.

~ by bigsurkate on June 18, 2017.

13 Responses to “Heat Warning”

  1. Thanks Kate,

    It is super hot- have a deer mom and its 2 babies hanging around under our roof flopping its ears about keeping flies away taking a break.

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  2. Hi Kate: It was 109 in the Target parking lot in Paso yesterday. 106 at our house. Not quite as hot today. You might try a wet wash cloth on the dogs. My dogs like to be pampered so they don’t mind the wash cloth. Even my horses went for the wash cloth yesterday!! Stay Safe & Cool. J&S


  3. I did that with Dakota yesterday with a bunch of wet paper towel covering her back. She did go for that.


  4. Hot at Partington too.


  5. My doggehs don’t like getting wet, either, but I use a mister bottle just above them, and they love it!!


  6. That’s a good idea, Karen. I’ll try that! They don’t mind the wet cloths, either.


  7. Kate,

    Air quality beyond Arroyo Seco Campground must be super bad semi dark very hazy from what I can see on the horizon from the village hightops.


  8. Can’t see any of that from here.



  9. Kate we are hot, hot above Sacramento


  10. Yes, most of CA is involved in this heat wave.



  11. Last year hottest on record. This year records will be broken again. Global warming?? I think so. Trumps solution? Cancel the Paris accords and support more coal production. What a jerk ! Doesn’t he realize this problem affects all of us including his children ? All I can say is I feel real sorry for our kids and grandkids. What a disaster they will have to deal with. Many species on this earth have become extinct. Is humanity just the latest addition to the list?


  12. RIP Portugal Fire residents & firefighter inferno crews…


  13. Portugal. More then 60 dead in forest fire. Most trapped in their cars on a narrow mountain road trying to evacuate. Same thing could happen in Big Sur with residents trying to evacuate using the only access still available.


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