Nope, just has the sun on it from 8am-8pm in the summertime
Yeah I have no idea lol. I do have a darker finish that could be a bit of a factor, but other than that not sure. We are surrounded by massive ash trees that cuts down the wind considerablyThat is so baffling to me! It's been 100 degrees here and my pool gets full sun from around 9am to 6pm and it still hasn't gotten over 83 degrees. At 95 degrees, the pool has been dropping back down to 81. I know it almost never gets even close to 100 degrees in NY so I don't understand how a pool there could get hotter than mine in 100 degree weather. Maybe I need a thermal dynamics class lol.
Hi Neighbor,Usually tops out about 90-92 if I don't run my cooling fountain/sprayer, which drops it a few degrees
and I feel less like a lobstah !
(and that’s in the shade). But “it’s a dry heat”
It’s summer in Tucson!
Without a cover or adding heat from the solar system, my pool never gets above 89. The evaporation seems to balance the sun‘s heat about there. My pool only sees any shade in late afternoon or very early mornings. Before 6 am and after 6pm.
Last yr here in gilbert mine got to 95-98 labor day weekendThe pool temp thread made me wonder what is the hottest pools get (naturally...no heaters or covers) in different regions. Here in the arizona desert, pools can get uncomfortably hot. So how about other regions? It's been 90 to 95 degrees here and the pool is still 77. I know that's hotter than many areas get so are there regions where pools won't get warm enough without a heater?