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Is 80 degrees ok for going to a water park? Too cold too hot?

Asked by jdogg (871points) June 17th, 2008

I want to go this weekend but it says its supposed to be partly cloudy and rainy. and i cant go any other weekend so what should i do????

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dittonamed's avatar

85 degrees is my cut off for swimming

jdogg's avatar

oops its not supposed to be rainy

jdogg's avatar

but still it s the only chance i can go

Knotmyday's avatar

Take a chance, my friend. Either way, you’ll have an interesting story to tell later on.
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Notreallyhere's avatar

Go. Since those parks are usually full of people, maybe the water is warm(if you know what I mean).

marinelife's avatar

Perhaps the water at the park is heated. Why not check with them?

jstringham21's avatar

It’s definitely not too hot. Too cold…perhaps. Water tends to be the same temperature as the air. Unless it’s a heated waterpark. 80 degrees water…I’d take it.

bridold's avatar

80 degrees is fine. Go for it!

jdogg's avatar

i went again this year and it was COLD, it was about 70 when we got there and 79 before we left…It was rainy and windy to, but I found a plus to going when its not ideal conditions…THERE ARE NO LINES!!!! I much rather it be a little chlly than wait in line forever!

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