This crap can end any time now. 109° with a heat index of 115° is just unacceptable, and of course, it was this evening that our state-of-the-art geothermal AC decided to stop blowing air. Oh, there was cool air, but I had to stick my fingers inside the vent to actually feel it. Now that the temp is down to a "cool" 90°, it's working again. Someone tell me again what an expensive 2-zone, 7-day, 4-period energy-monster is good for if it doesn't put out air on the hottest days and heat on the coldest. Besides, I did the math the other day and I figured out that, added together, I spend about 30 minutes a day readjusting the thermonstat. That's about 182 hours a year! The little 1-zone, no frills AC in the cottage works better and seems much more efficient. Here's our forecast:
Wow. Looks like we're getting a cold snap just in time for the weekend.