It’s mighty hot out there, isn’t it? So much so that you might not want to leave work, if your job has air conditioning. Especially if it means heading down into the swampy morass that is the subway, where it’s real hot. How hot? A new single-serving website will tell you exactly how hot it in on all the L train platforms, but you may not want to know, if you hate bad news.
L-Degrees lets you know, station-by-station how hot it is underground. For example, it is 105 degrees at the Montrose Avenue station right now. Grosssss.
The site, similar to “Is The L Train Fucked?” except it’s about your life, is the brainchild of Julian Cole and Kristian Henschel, and predicts how hot it is on L train platforms by “using the above ground temperature and data collected from countless readings looking at the difference between above ground temperature and platform temperature.” And then you get itchy just looking at how hot it is. Great.