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Summer 2018 - Moans, Ramps, Chat etc

Paul

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Weather Guilt-Tripping - Please don't suggest people are selfish for enjoying or even looking forward to a certain weather type. Everyone has different weather preferences, but since none of us can control the weather, no-one should be made to feel guilty or foolish for liking it.

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30c now in London. Not a cloud in the sky. Should push 32c before the day is out.

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55 minutes ago, mushymanrob said:

you mean YOU dont want it to be right! lol.

Nope your blinking right there!! 

Showed that report to the staff in the office where i was,every one and i mean every one groaned and said it can B******er off now,we are sick of it! But as you say the weather will do what it wants,no amount of moaning and groaning will change that.

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Thinking about Septembers post warm summers (more specifically warm Augusts?) both 1969 and 1973 had some some lovely, warm and sunny weather during September...

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1 hour ago, markyo said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-45085034

Can only hope and pray this is wrong!! The last thing we need! Can you imagine the impact on farming?

Dear god, I hope not. Who wants a warm or mild October. Urgh.

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8 minutes ago, simshady said:

Dear god, I hope not. Who wants a warm or mild October. Urgh.

Nature certainly doesn't,that's for sure. Octobers are ruined by mild/warm weather,nothing settles down ready for winter,then when the colder weather does come things haven't adjusted properly. Seen it many times.

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Crap day here ,was hoping   on my return to  reports of 70 c and cooking  Londoners, but no such luck 

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31c in London and 32c at Gravesend currently. 

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5 minutes ago, danm said:

31c in London and 32c at Gravesend currently. 

31c in my back garden with 30% humidity.

Lovely in the pool.

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Just now, DAVID SNOW said:

31c in my back garden with 30% humidity.

Lovely in the pool.

pool?... see, youve discovered how to enjoy the heat! im in and out of mine all afternoon, and even in the evening. it cools you right down before sleep..

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10 minutes ago, mushymanrob said:

pool?... see, youve discovered how to enjoy the heat! im in and out of mine all afternoon, and even in the evening. it cools you right down before sleep..

The only pool i've been in this summer has been the pool of sweat around where i've been stood!☹️

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1 hour ago, markyo said:

Nature certainly doesn't,that's for sure. Octobers are ruined by mild/warm weather,nothing settles down ready for winter,then when the colder weather does come things haven't adjusted properly. Seen it many times.

That's true anything out of kilter. A sudden late Spring cold snap can cause damage, that's far more damaging.

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Have to say it's really nice here today, 26c or thereabouts, not humid, pretty much perfect. It's been so nice to be able to have BBQ's whenever and not really have to worry about weather ruining any outdoorsy stuff planned. Will definitely miss the nice weather while it's (temporarily?) away, the lawn will probably appreciate it though. 

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32c now with cloudless skies. Can we sneak a 33c?

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1 hour ago, mushymanrob said:

pool?... see, youve discovered how to enjoy the heat! im in and out of mine all afternoon, and even in the evening. it cools you right down before sleep..

lol, I think I've said many times if I'm not working(on site) or commuting, hot buses, furnace temps on some underground lines, and the nasty pollution+London heat, then i  am fine in garden with pool, shade too when required.

Nights are a problem though if the humidity is high, positive side to that is perhaps some Carol humdingers tomorrow.

Temp now 32c

Humidity 30% (that helps too)

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1 hour ago, DAVID SNOW said:

lol, I think I've said many times if I'm not working(on site) or commuting, hot buses, furnace temps on some underground lines, and the nasty pollution+London heat, then i  am fine in garden with pool, shade too when required.

Nights are a problem though if the humidity is high, positive side to that is perhaps some Carol humdingers tomorrow.

Temp now 32c

Humidity 30% (that helps too)

Get a fan... sleep no prob.. 

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as it cools down in the UK..it really heats up here...we could top 35c on Thurs/Friday...some parts of southern Alberta could hit 42c on Friday

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Up to a total of 831hrs of sunshine since 1st May here now - pretty much 8½hrs of sunshine a day over a 3 month period. Exceptional.

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2 hours ago, mushymanrob said:

Get a fan... sleep no prob.. 

Got a lovely tan, thanks.

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7 hours ago, simshady said:

Dear god, I hope not. Who wants a warm or mild October. Urgh.

I do, I’m getting married mid October and some warm autumn sunshine would be perfect 

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2 minutes ago, stainesbloke said:

I do, I’m getting married mid October and some warm autumn sunshine would be perfect 

I got married in october years ago , it was 30 c and sunny 

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7 minutes ago, Mokidugway said:

I got married in october years ago , it was 30 c and sunny 

17C and sunny would be lovely 😊 30C a bit hot for a suit! 

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8 hours ago, Ed Stone said:

Thinking about Septembers post warm summers (more specifically warm Augusts?) both 1969 and 1973 had some some lovely, warm and sunny weather during September...

The end of September 1969 saw a mini-heatwave  but then was a sharp descent into cold and cloudy conditions at the beginning of October.

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