Temperatures are only a part of how hot it feels. Humidity and wind also make a big difference, and of course water temperature if there is any nearby to jump in. Plus, it depends on where you are visiting from. Florida is forever summer if you just arrived from the Yukon!
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We didn't so much "reinvent the water cycle" as we gave it a reboot for our modern times.
We cover them all: The Districts, the estuaries, the aquifers and the watersheds. Also the rain, and the dew. Plus the humidity. Did I mention evaporation? The list goes on.
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