Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Local Magazine Seyz Kansas City Summer Could Help Kill Coronavirus

Some interesting info in this article offers hope and just a bit of science that, sadly, won't help us enjoy the afternoon of Springtime that we get in KC until temperatures start to spike.

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You might soon be thankful for KC's hot and humid summer climate

The Overland Park farmers market during happy summer days (Courtesy photo)It's cold and drizzly out there right now, but as Kansas Citians know from looking at the calendar, that's not going to last. KC is the northern edge of our country's humid subtropical zone-the same general zone that includes places like the Gulf Coast, Florida, Lousiana and the Carolinas.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Idiotic write up.

Anonymous said...

It seems unlikely that many metro residents count on this "publication" for their health and medical information.
At least not many who hope to live very long.

Anonymous said...

^^ Stay home in your air conditioning and remain sick dolts.

Anonymous said...

Seeing that the always very hot phillipines has the same growth rate for Coronavirus as cold climates - it appears summer will not kill it. And the Phillipines gets much more direct sunlight and UV rays as its on the equator. Summer wont change anything. This virus has adapted well

Anonymous said...

Has continued to persist in hot climates currently, namely Thailand, Singapore... etc. Does not seem to affect.

Anonymous said...

Saudi Arabia has cases and its boiling there