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I see Heathrow has reached almost 26c today despite the apps and forecasts I’ve seen only predicting maxes of 23c today . Beautiful day here , On visiting my garden this morning I have discovered we have a badger that has dug up several holes 🕳 in my garden . 

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Hovering between 23/24c. Perfectly acceptable for early August. Good spells of sunshine too today.

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1 hour ago, Steve Murr said:

Ground turning the same shade of 2018 Brown here !

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That's lush!...I posted my front lawn yesterday on the Summer Ramps and Moans thread, decidedly browner. 

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12 minutes ago, Froze were the Days said:

That's lush!...I posted my front lawn yesterday on the Summer Ramps and Moans thread, decidedly browner. 

It did get a dose of Water 3 weeks ago when we let the 12ft swimming pool down!

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1 hour ago, Froze were the Days said:

That's lush!...I posted my front lawn yesterday on the Summer Ramps and Moans thread, decidedly browner. 

That is because we live in the Essex Rivera, with average annual rainfall totals less than that of Tel Aviv. With our annual rainfall are unofficial desert areas.

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Unexpected heavy downpour with some hail last night around 8pm, very localised as it hardly showed on the radar. Still the garden appreciated it and was nice to hear. 

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It's currently breezy with temperature at 19.1c  with a low of 14.6 overnight - pleasant to sleep in.

I'm dreading Thursday onwards...🥵

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It looks like the first decent August in ages is on the cards, there was talk of it hitting 40c here by the weekend, but that was in the MOD thread lol

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37 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

It looks like the first decent August in ages is on the cards, there was talk of it hitting 40c here by the weekend, but that was in the MOD thread lol

Only 40c lol.

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Lovely start here with a fresh breeze and a current temp of 13.0c, not looking forward to that heat friday/sat, it can BUGGER OFF.!!

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Same @thunderpants, don’t want it, I know many many peeps will enjoy it, but I personally hate that kind of heat. Especially as we’re unlikely to get a storm at the end of it! Kinda hoping here near the coast we get a nice NE or E wind 🤞

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Looking good from Thursday through to Monday (at the very least) for us down in the SE. Not sure why those on model output discussion always want such extremes in terms of temperature, high 20s is perfectly fine for most! Once it starts getting into the mid 30's it's not particularly pleasant if you haven't got AC (Probably the majority of those working from home etc). 

Wouldn't be surprised to see 38c somewhere, probably Heathrow/Northolt.  

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13 hours ago, Uxbridge90 said:

Looking good from Thursday through to Monday (at the very least) for us down in the SE. Not sure why those on model output discussion always want such extremes in terms of temperature, high 20s is perfectly fine for most! Once it starts getting into the mid 30's it's not particularly pleasant if you haven't got AC (Probably the majority of those working from home etc). 

Wouldn't be surprised to see 38c somewhere, probably Heathrow/Northolt.  

Agreed, working in the kitchen for 7+ hours (the kitchen table has been my desk for 5 months now!) with 35c heat outside is not fun. I like mid-20’s as it holds the heat into the evening but doesn’t stay ridiculously warm overnight.
Windy here again from mid-afternoon, a generally sunny day though with a high of 21.9c

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Just heading off to Camber with the Fam-

Cloud line out the window is over London - Crystal clear here over Brands & out over the Garden of England !

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^ Hopefully the wind is calmer than here. It’s very blowy but clear blue skies. Enjoy Camber

The next few days are looking nice. For My area in the north Kent region I’d say tomorrow high 20’s, Friday low to mid low 30’s (maybe higher in favoured locales) and for me the most uncomfortable day and then a cooler NE/E setting in Saturday. Back to high 20’s (maybe feeling cooler than that if the winds direction and speed are right)

Thats my take on it anyway - enjoy Friday if you like the heat. Enjoy Thursday and Saturday if you like it cooler but still warm/very warm. 

 

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Good spells of sunshine here now, Incan see clear skies to the south and east of here which would explain why temperatures are a lot higher (27c in Cambridge for instance). Still it has reached 25c at the moment.

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So a max of 25 today with a min of 16.1 - very pleasant albeit with a strong gusty wind.

Lots of medium level cloud throughout the day - about 6/8 right now

 

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Maxed out at 28c here, 3c higher than predicted, that doesn’t bring me hope for the next few days. Been breezy too, which is nice and some cloud starting to float this way, hopefully temps will drop for night time sleeping. Humidity as always feels yucky. 

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Posted (edited)

Pleasant day today topped 23 degrees, interesting to see temps in the next few days, the 2 heatwaves we seem so far have been weird here as live about half mile from the beach, first heatwave in June temp topped 29 degrees but fell no lower than 21 at night, 2nd heatwave last week topped 28 degrees again did not fall below 21 degrees at night. Due to my location I feel Saturday will be the hottest day of the year here I think it will go above 30, I think esp here as near the coast I am expecting some very warm nights

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For the record, July 2020 in the East:

  • Temperatures: Slightly cooler than average (-0.3°C) but with the hottest day reaching 36°C on the 31st
  • Rainfall: Near-normal (99%)
  • Sunshine: Slightly below-average (89%)

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With thanks to Weatherquest via Twitter @danholley_

 

 

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A bit on the blowy side here, otherwise a very nice day with temps topping out at 25.7c.

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Just had a nice little shower.

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Yet another day here temperature wise that has exceeded what the BBC website (rubbish I know) showed a couple of days ago for today (23c and then yesterday showed 25c for today)...and we get 26.8c max today!!. Lost count how many times this has happened over the last week or so in my location. 

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The bbc weather app showing lightening symbols for early Wednesday morning (from 2am - 9am), then again Wednesday afternoon and again early Thursday morning (5am) :oldrofl::oldrofl: bunch of jokers running that then 😅

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Some drizzle here this morning and humid with a low of 17.7c. It's going to be very hot and unpleasant for a number of us over the next few days, hopefully we'll get a couple of decent storms out of it and cool things down!!  

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