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How hot will it be? Temperature Competition

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38.3c Pershore Saturday 29th June. 

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14c, Tuesday, Birmingham.

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33.3 DegC Cambridge Thursday.

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Posted (edited)

34.4 Richmond, Greater London Saturdayplease.

Got an idea @Paul The problem is that there is so many entries there isn't hardly anything unique left so i have an idea, perhaps the place should also be the tie breaker rather than being entered into a draw, the one who is nearest as the crow flies with their location guess to the actual place. Maybe too late this time but possibly something to consider if these competitions are going to become a regular thing, you couldn't have order of entry for this like in the CET competition as it would render almost any sensible entry pointless for anyone entering at this stage.

Edited by feb1991blizzard

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36.9 Hampshire Friday 28th

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34.1'c - Heathrow - Saturday 29th June

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I'm going to guess for my own location as well, though it won't count in the competition.

34.4°C on saturday. Record for Sheffield (not far away) will go from August 1990.

Edited by Thundershine

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Feeling a bit more optimistic about heatwave prospects, I'll bump my guess up to 36.0C over Heathrow on Saturday.

Edited by Quicksilver1989

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About half the forecasts mention Heathrow, mostly Friday or Saturday. Other frequent choices are Gravesend (which may not exist as a location any more), Cheltenham, various London area stations not specifically Heathrow, and a scattering in the Thames valley, Wales, Cambs, and Scotland. 

The table of entries has migrated to end of the forecasts. 

Edited by Roger J Smith

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