The Heat Rises
I've finally rotated to the day shift for the first time while at TQ. Though it is almost over and I am about to return to the night shift, the day shift adds a bit of relief to the hectic schedule.
The heat has kicked up to 110 degrees Fahrenheit. During flights the small two inch window in the aircraft provides nothing but hot air. It feels like a hairdryer is being held to the side of the aircraft and blown into the cockpit. With all of the windows, we are sitting inside a greenhouse, just without the humidity. Though the temperatures are rising, they are not as oppressive as the hot and humid air of Virginia during the summer. It is said we have at least 20 degrees to go before we hit the temperature ceiling. What I find to be the strangest of feelings is the evening temperatures of 95 degrees which almost bring a chill. Who ever imagined that 95 degrees would be cold?
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