It’s hot. The only air moving is thrashed about by electric fans. You learn that oscillating fans are better because each cycle allows you dampen-up a little bit, then enjoy the benefit of evaporative cooling. A steady blast only leaves you hot and dry. Man, it couldn’t get any hotter, right?
Pow! The neighborhood blows a fuse! You can hear the thing pop — it looks like this out by the highway:
The fans slowly spin to a stop. It’ll take the Provincial Electrical Authority crew two hours to find us. It’ll be 115 degrees in here by then.