Looking for Your Story of Commuting in the Heat

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Back in January, I asked you for stories of how the rain was changing the way you commute.  We got some great stories, but for the most part it seemed as though the weather didn’t cause many of you to change much of anything.

Of course, that was just a little water.  Now we’re facing record, and apparently thermometer breaking, heat.

So I pose the question again, what’s your commute been like this week?  Notice anything unusual?  Do anything unusual?

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