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    35 !!

    Although I love the heat, I would not fancy sitting in my back yard [ it's a bit of a heat trap ] - My weather station is currently showing 35.....

    35 !!-35.jpg

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    wheres that?

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    In our office right now it's a balmy 20ºC....

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    Everytime I step out our lovely airconned office it's like getting off the plane on holiday - can't remember the last time it felt so humid in this country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonofsanta View Post
    Everytime I step out our lovely airconned office it's like getting off the plane on holiday - can't remember the last time it felt so humid in this country.
    Yeah, it's like being in India. Wall of heat. Mental.

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    ah ha, that's Cumulus you're running isn't it!? When my weather station was up and running I used it, great piece of software - and free!

    I never found an ideal location for the station when we moved house, it was always reading too high

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    According to the 14 day forecast for my area it's not going to be less than 28C until the 26th July. Hopefully the air-con in my server room will continue to keep my Diet Cokes nice and cold....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardtailstar View Post
    wheres that?
    West London, borough of Hillingdon

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    Loving it, loving it, loving it.

    Even if it does make me all sweaty when I put my leathers on.

    Ice, Cider, Ploughmans and also have my feet in the kids 800 litre paddling pool. Wouldnt trade this for all the sweets in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Although I love the heat, I would not fancy sitting in my back yard [ it's a bit of a heat trap ] - My weather station is currently showing 35.....

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    Hillingdon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe90bass View Post
    ah ha, that's Cumulus you're running isn't it!? When my weather station was up and running I used it, great piece of software - and free!

    I never found an ideal location for the station when we moved house, it was always reading too high
    You can adjust the settings if its too high / low etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    You can adjust the settings if its too high / low etc.

    Its bad enough with a TV remote in my house let alone a weather remote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    Although I love the heat, I would not fancy sitting in my back yard [ it's a bit of a heat trap ] - My weather station is currently showing 35.....

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    Referring to one of your earlier posts:

    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA - remember BBQ Summer and all that. What a load of rubbish. This lot get it wrong every year.

    BBC News - July temperatures due above average, forecasters say
    Looks like they got July right this year [so far]

    I saw a report yesterday that said this weather could last well into August [Can't seem to find it now]

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    We have glass/plastic (not really sure what it is) clear ceilings along our main corridors - it is like being in a greenhouse when it's like this. (fortunately our office is nice and 'normal' temperature!)

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    bloody aircon compressor on the car packed up lastnight grrrrr
    had 3 cars to get re-gassed 2 gassed fine mine chucked a fit and the compressor died. £300 for a new one grrrrr

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