How to keep a cool head during the North Carolina heat wave

Posted November 12, 2018 11:02:58The weather in North Carolina is a little bit like the weather in Las Vegas.

There are some areas that are warmer than others.

In a way, it’s a little easier to stay cool in the North, as temperatures can be much cooler than those of the Southern states.

The weather is also a little different in other areas, such as North Carolina, Florida, Texas, and California.

The North Carolina weather has been described as a “blizzard,” which is not a term you would associate with Las Vegas or New York City.

But it’s been the same since the beginning of the year.

As a result, it is an area of the state that is a bit less crowded than other parts of the country, where people are in a bit more of a “summer” mode.

North Carolina has experienced its fair share of blizzards in recent years, but this one has taken a different turn.

In recent weeks, the temperature in the Raleigh area has been hovering around 32 degrees Celsius.

It was just above normal for most of the week, but in the past few days, it has dropped to around 32, the lower end of the range.

It’s not a long time since that’s the temperature that normally sets a temperature record.

When it hits 32 degrees, you’ll probably notice your skin feels warm, your ears will get a little cold, and you’ll have to adjust your posture.

It will feel like your head is on fire.

There are some parts of North Carolina that are hotter than others, but it is a good area for staying cool.

On top of that, the weather is changing quickly.

We know that the South is going to be warmer in the coming weeks, and the warmer the weather, the longer it will be before it gets colder.

The National Weather Service has said the state could be a little hotter in the next few weeks, so stay in touch.

This is a rush to get you through the week.

If you want to be prepared, get out and get outside.

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