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NORTHOLT 😂😂😂😂😂 it will be NORTHOLT 

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Just now, Mark wheeler said:

NORTHOLT 😂😂😂😂😂 it will be NORTHOLT 

Oh no! Not the Spanish Inquisition!:shok:

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Doesn’t look like Gravesend will get the hottest temperatures given a SE’ forecast. Areas west of London and north of any high ground seem to be the favourites.

Edited by prolongedSnowLover

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35.4 Gravesend

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37 minutes ago, prolongedSnowLover said:

Doesn’t look like Gravesend will get the hottest temperatures given a SE’ forecast. Areas west of London and north of any high ground seem to be the favourites.

And especially given that Gravesend weather station closed last year!

 

My guess is for a 38.1C in East Anglia somewhere. Let's say Cambridgeshire actually. On Thursday 25th.

Edited by Rob K

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3 hours ago, Mr Bartlettazores said:

Is it still an official site? Never saw any other observations from it other than that 10 August 2003 record! 

Yes Brogdale (Faversham) is an official site but it isn't automated so doesn't tend to show up on the daily record list. It gets added in at the month's end, when all the data is sent in, I believe. 

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38.9 C in Sunny Faversham 

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Posted (edited)

I'm going for hot but not quite record breaking. 36.7, Thursday, London (let's say Kew).

Edited by Stargazer

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23 minutes ago, Rob K said:

Yes Brogdale (Faversham) is an official site but it isn't automated so doesn't tend to show up on the daily record list. It gets added in at the month's end, when all the data is sent in, I believe. 

Thanks Rob K yes I recall that the 38.5 degrees was officially confirmed some weeks later with a monthly data collection taking place. Are some weather stations still subject to the collection of data on a weekly or even monthly basis then? If so, that could mean we won’t know of the official top temperature of these until sometime after Thursday / Friday...

I also saw that the top temperature from the June heatwave in central / southern France was revised upward by 0.1 degrees a week or so ago so guess it’s possible? 

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I have me a new weather station so I am going for 40.2 °C IMBY (i.e. Hampshire 😁). For town itself, not quite IMBY but I'll opt for Farnborough. On Thursday. 

Edited by Mizzle
Duh! Forgot to include the day.

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I'd like to change mine to 37.1C over Heathrow 🙂, thanks to subtle wind direction changes.

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39.5°C, Heathrow, Thursday. 

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