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6 : This Summer's Going To Be A Hot One

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6 : This Summer's Going to Be a Hot One

The Summer House season six reunion is officially a wrap, and it's safe to say that watching the cast rehash this year's drama was just as entertaining as the drama itself. Grab a Loverboy and read on for the wildest moments from the two-part reunion, featuring Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, Carl Radke, Danielle Olivera, Paige DeSorbo, Luke Gulbranson, Ciara Miller, Mya Allen, Alex Wach and Andrea Denver.

Lindsay embraced the single life all summer, leaving some (Amanda) concerned that she was acting out of character because of a deeper issue and others (Paige and Ciara) eager to express their negative opinions behind her back. Thankfully, the only person who should weigh in (Lindsay) did so at the reunion, opening up about the miscarriage she had just before this season of Summer House.

"I've shared everything in my life with this show for the last six years and if I could help one person out there, I was gonna do that," Lindsay said. "My summer almost went [in] a completely different direction. I went into the summer just automatically knowing I needed to do something different. Instead of getting attached to one person, I wanted to date as many people as possible."

Shortly after the group insisted that nobody was slut-shaming Lindsay, Paige's comment about Lindsay acting like she lived in a "brothel" came up. Though Paige admitted "that was a harsh word," she insisted that she was referring to the situation with Southern Charm's Austen Kroll, who was in a love triangle with Lindsay and Ciara this summer. "It had to do with you claiming you liked Austen the night before," Paige said, "and then obviously not, because you brought home a guy that same night."

Despite not even starring on the show, Austen managed to be a main character this season after making out with Lindsay on her birthday even though Ciara had feelings for him. There's no denying his role in the mess, but the cast couldn't seem to agree about Lindsay's involvement and/or whether Ciara's anger toward her was justified (especially considering that, as host Andy Cohen pointed out, Ciara pulled a similar move on Winter House).

The Austen situation led to things getting physical during one argument when Ciara threw a wine glass at Danielle. At the reunion, she admitted it was a huge mistake. "I let my emotions get the best of me, but that's not an excuse and I should not have," Ciara said. "I was just so over being dismissed and disregarded in this house, and the point of the conversation was to actually have a conversation, but [Lindsay] actually had the smuggest of smug looks on her face as if I didn't even f--king matter. And then Danielle getting involved..."

Much to everyone's surprise, Ciara admitted to hooking up with Austen after all of the drama that went down this summer. "Never a-f--king-gain," she said, explaining that she no longer has feelings for him.

Caught up in a tangled love web with Paige and Southern Charm's Craig Conover, Kristin Cavallari played a relatively large role this season despite never actually appearing on the show. Kristin has always maintained that she and Craig did not hook up, but that's not what he said on Summer House. Andy asked the cast at the reunion if they thought he was lying, but the consensus was "no."

Lindsay and Carl are not only an official couple; They're also looking to move in with each other. Reflecting on how their relationship came to be, Lindsay explained they were hanging out nearly every day in the weeks leading up to Summer House's prom episode. At one point, she simply asked Carl, "Can you see yourself going the distance with me, because otherwise what are we doing?"

Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp is a comedy streaming television miniseries written by David Wain and Michael Showalter, and directed by Wain. First Day of Camp is the second installment in the Wet Hot American Summer franchise. The eight-episode Netflix series is a prequel to Wain's 2001 film Wet Hot American Summer, a parody of teen sex comedies which has since developed a cult following.[2] Although many of the original film's ensemble cast have gone on to high-profile work, all of the then-adult actors returned for this series, playing even younger versions of their original roles. The episodes were released for online viewing at the end of July 2015.[3]

After years of speculation and reports on a possible sequel to Wet Hot American Summer, shooting began on the miniseries in January 2015.[4] The entire adult cast of the film returned in the same roles. Much of the film was shot in Los Angeles. Working around the availability of the cast members, many of whom had seen a significant rise in stardom since the original film, was difficult; some sources report that Bradley Cooper, who plays Ben, had to shoot all of his scenes in one day,[5] although star and co-writer Michael Showalter has since denied this claim.[6]

YES. We are very confident the rest of this summer will be hotter than normal. When we think of truly hot summers here in the weather department, we think of summers with above-normal triple-digit days. DFW normally sees 20 100-degree days in the summer.

There are several indicators to look at when determining if summer looks to be a scorcher. To do this we look at past hot summers and what patterns those have in common. Here are the top four indicators:

La Niña is favored to continue through the summer. We currently have a strong La Niña and it looks like it is strengthening. A typical La Niña brings warmer and drier than normal summers in Texas while other parts of the country typically see cooler and wetter than normal summers. With a strengthening pattern, this means it'll likely last through fall.

The top three hottest summers (2011, 1980, & 1998) recorded well above two triple-digit heat days. We've already seen several this June and have many more in the forecast for the rest of the month. Historically, we only average two triple-digit days through June.

We haven't seen these drought conditions this bad this early in June since 2013. The second half of June does not look like it brings any improvement. This is critical as we head into July, a historically dry month for North Texas.

Temperate deciduous forests are most notable because they go through four seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. Leaves change color (or senesce) in autumn, fall off in the winter, and grow back in the spring; this adaptation allows plants to survive cold winters.

Temperate deciduous forests are located in the mid-latitude areas which means that they are found between the polar regions and the tropics. The deciduous forest regions are exposed to warm and cold air masses, which cause this area to have four seasons. The temperature varies widely from season to season with cold winters and hot, wet summers. The average yearly temperature is about 10C. The areas in which deciduous forests are located get about 750 to 1,500 mm of precipitation spread fairly evenly throughout the year.

During the fall, trees change color and then lose their leaves. This is in preparation for the winter season. Because it gets so cold, the trees have adapted to the winter by going into a period of dormancy or sleep. They also have thick bark to protect them from the cold weather. Trees flower and grow during the spring and summer growing season.

You already know water conservation is essential, especially in Utah, but here is another lesser-known way you can help. Rain barrels are a fantastic rainwater collector that can then be used to water your gardens during times of drought. Organizations like Utah Rivers Council run awesome initiatives like this discounted rain barrel program to help make water conservation easier for Salt Lake County residents.

Watermelon rings, coffee grounds, eggs shells and other everyday leftovers can help your gardens grow. Instead of throwing away food scraps, make a compost bin that will break this trash down into usable fertilizer. Whether you live in an apartment or have a large yard, here are some ways you can compost in any space.

When daily temperature records were broken this summer, more often than not climate change was playing a role. To determine this, we looked for weather stations that set daily records that were also evaluated using the CSI. (The CSI is only evaluated at a subset of all the weather stations available in the US.)

As my colleagues and I have written about extensively in the past, extreme heat takes a particularly high toll on people with low incomes and people of color, particularly those living within urban heat islands. These maps combining extreme heat frequency and social vulnerability often reflect historical and ongoing environmental racism: many of these hot places have relatively high social vulnerability because they have been less desirable places to live, or simply the only affordable places to live, for groups that have long been marginalized. This includes places like the Central Valley of California, northern Louisiana, and much of Mississippi.

Your AC constantly removes moisture from the indoor air. This moisture makes its way down a drain line, into a pan, and then finally down a drain. If this line becomes clogged or the pan starts overflowing, the accumulated moisture will start backing up into the system. 041b061a72


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