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This is from a podcast conversation.

Aubrey and Lindsay seem to talk about the weather:

Aubrey: It might start cooling off eventually and I cannot wait.

Lindsay: "Cooling off" said by Aubrey, which means going down to 99.

Aubrey: 90's exactly. I will take 99. Once you have days that are 118, 99 feels amazing.

I can't understand what Aubrey said in the part in bold.

Can anyone explain this to me?

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    These are Fahrenheit (American) temperatures. 99 degrees F may seem hot most times but if you have had days at 118 degrees F then 99 feels cool. 99 degrees F is 37 normal degrees, and 118 F is 47 normal folks degrees. Jun 18, 2022 at 23:26

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These are Fahrenheit (American) temperatures. 99 degrees F may seem hot most times but if you have had days at 118 degrees F then 99 feels cool. 99 degrees F is 37 normal degrees, and 118 F is 47 normal folks degrees. - @MichaelHarvey

To add on, this "amazing" reveals how cool 99 degrees F would seem to a person after experiencing such a hot weather beforehand. This explains the "cooling off" mentioned by Aubrey.

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