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Warmest summer nights?

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For me:

June: 17.8.C (30th June 2015)

July: 18.1.C (17th July 2006)

August: 19.3.C (7th August 2004)

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I think the record is 23.9 deg on 3rd/4th August 1990 in Brighton

 

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3 hours ago, hillbilly said:

I think the record is 23.9 deg on 3rd/4th August 1990 in Brighton

 

That’s true, I was wondering about other people’s warmest recorded

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Surely it's been hotter than that some nights? You get at least one night a year when it feels like you're in a furnace.

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19 minutes ago, Lauren said:

Surely it's been hotter than that some nights? You get at least one night a year when it feels like you're in a furnace.

More noticeable up here cause exceptionally mild nights are very rare, I’d say a minimum over 15.C is uncomfortable but that’s usually a typical summer in London, so far this year for me the warmest night Ian 14.8.C, last year it was 17.4.C.

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On 09/07/2018 at 21:56, hillbilly said:

I think the record is 23.9 deg on 3rd/4th August 1990 in Brighton

 

That's just hideous.

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A low of 20.7C was supposedly recorded in Leeds on 20 August 1987, besides that no lows above 20C have ever been recorded. Been very close a number of times though. Even during the hottest spells, we cool down pretty quickly at night. 

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What I have noticed over the years is it's not the outdoor temp at night that makes it warm indoors but how much sun there has been, I think Weather-history (Kevin) has mentioned that it's been something like the sunniest May to July period on record in NW England and this has had a notable impact on indoor temps too. Without any air conditioning the spare bedroom is around 25-27C all the time. Unusual for here and shows how much solar heating there has been for weeks. 

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Upstairs is always much warmer than downstairs,hot air rises,this summer has been the best for warming downstairs in 2 decades.

Old stone houses take a lot of warming up otherwise.

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