What's your current pool temp?

Lou.

Well-known member
Oct 5, 2015
63
Rowlett TX
Lol We opted for solar mats well actually baby pools that do the same thing n a pool heater. Temp this morn was 79 by afternoon was 82... I usually swim twice a day...
 

borjis

LifeTime Supporter
Aug 19, 2014
3,333
Pacific NW
10 degrees lower than it was a week ago.

argh 57 degrees last saturday....no solar cover on a fresh fill as of last week.

Funny thing is, that same day it was sunny 80 degrees outside. but it sure gets chilly at night!

Extended Indian summer here.
 

Swampwoman

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Apr 27, 2012
3,835
Grand Rapids, MI
64 and dropping here...its only 64 now because I waited until last week to turn the heater off so that it would drop enough before the evil MAPLE overhead...we'll see if I beat it or not this year!

Sad part is its warm enough during the day that I'd still be willing to swim in the ams with the heater on...but if I want to close cold, I have to let it drift down. So instead I stare at the open water from the vantage of the hot tub...;(
 

domct203

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Jun 3, 2015
3,959
CT
Mine has been 56F & 58F the past two afternoons. Leaves are starting to fall so looks like I'll be closing this weekend. :(

Dom
 

tim5055

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May 11, 2014
11,062
Franklin, NC
Down to 71, too cold to swim!! In the spring when it's slowly warming up we will jump in at 70 for a minute and then run for the hot tub, but in the fall it's just too darn cold!
 

n240sxguy

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May 17, 2014
1,802
Benton, KY
Mine has been holding at 69 for over a week. I assume it dropped a little lower, and then warmed back up a tad because it was really cold for a few days. I may get in soon. Depends on how brave/crazy I feel.


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tcat

Silver Supporter
May 30, 2012
893
Austin, TX
Just jumped out, still at 86 (heat pump). With cover, only drops 2 degrees overnight. Very happy! Never thought I'd be swimming in October without too much help from the heat pump.

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jmastron

LifeTime Supporter
Jul 21, 2014
258
Sacramento, CA
72 with the solar cover on; while we're having sunny and warm days (around 90 today), the sun and tree angle limits the warming this time of year. After a long day of mowing and cleaning patios and the pool deck, I was ready for a refreshing swim this evening; not too bad forsomeone who usually likes it much warmer.

But it's time -- nobody else says they'll go in now, so I left the solar cover off. Time to await the leaf invasion!
 

ThomasG

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Jul 13, 2015
83
Clearwater, FL
Pool was 78 this morning. Ran the heater for a couple hours to bring it to the mid 80s. Air temp high today was 79. At this time of year pool is shaded all day. After the next gas bill we'll decide if we can swim all winter.
 

tcat

Silver Supporter
May 30, 2012
893
Austin, TX
Turned heat pump off 4 days ago. Went from 86 to 79 in 4 days (rainy and 50's-60's). Solar covers really work!

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