DEW
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10 November 2022 07:38:41

Is anyone going to be in a position to claim that temps are higher outside than in, given the ultra-mild forecast this weekend? I once lived in a student house where there was minimal heating, and on one memorable occasion, there was condensation on the outside of the windows.


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doctormog
10 November 2022 07:42:34

Originally Posted by: DEW 


Is anyone going to be in a position to claim that temps are higher outside than in, given the ultra-mild forecast this weekend? I once lived in a student house where there was minimal heating, and on one memorable occasion, there was condensation on the outside of the windows.



I think it may be possible here today or tomorrow given the hours of insolation etc.


ARTzeman
10 November 2022 09:45:45

23.0c in the lounge. The thermostat just shut off allowing it to drop.






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Rob K
10 November 2022 10:46:58

Originally Posted by: DEW 


Is anyone going to be in a position to claim that temps are higher outside than in, given the ultra-mild forecast this weekend? I once lived in a student house where there was minimal heating, and on one memorable occasion, there was condensation on the outside of the windows.



We have had condensation on the outside of our windows several days since we moved back in to our house with no heating at the start of October.


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Gusty
10 November 2022 15:07:30

Originally Posted by: DEW 


Is anyone going to be in a position to claim that temps are higher outside than in, given the ultra-mild forecast this weekend? I once lived in a student house where there was minimal heating, and on one memorable occasion, there was condensation on the outside of the windows.



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10 November 2022 15:57:12

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ARTzeman
10 November 2022 22:26:27
21.8c.Inside with no heating on.




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Retron
11 November 2022 04:07:56

Originally Posted by: DEW 


here was condensation on the outside of the windows.



That's common if you have new windows. I've seen it over a dozen times already this autumn.


Here it's 16.5C downstairs, 18C upstairs and 13.7C outside.


 


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Tim A
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11 November 2022 07:14:08
17.1c this morning with no heating so will leave off.
Excepionally mild 14.3c outside.
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doctormog
11 November 2022 07:44:31
No heating on here this morning either as the temperature inside did not drop low enough for it to come on. A bit of a novelty at this time of the year.
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11 November 2022 08:07:03

Originally Posted by: Retron 


 


That's common if you have new windows. I've seen it over a dozen times already this autumn.


Here it's 16.5C downstairs, 18C upstairs and 13.7C outside.


 



[referring to condensation on the outside of the window]


The incident I referred to was in 1964, single glazed windows and probably not altered since the house in question was built in the 1930s


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Jiries
11 November 2022 09:34:11

18C inside so no heating needed but regarding to forecast of 16C for next 3 days, it need full sun to warm up in the Midlands area otherwise 12-13C at best under overcast conditions.  they predicting lot of sunshine from today to Sunday but not yet arrive.  If there sun inside will be 20-22C by now.

ARTzeman
11 November 2022 10:49:34

Grey Day Outside. 


22.5c In Lounge.


Sweatshirt is being worn.






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Retron
12 November 2022 06:25:25

Originally Posted by: DEW 


[referring to condensation on the outside of the window]


The incident I referred to was in 1964, single glazed windows and probably not altered since the house in question was built in the 1930s



Ah, that's much more impressive then! Can't say I ever saw condensation on the outside of the single-glazed kitchen windows here (from ~1983 to last year, when they were replaced).


To the here and now, the windows this morning are covered in condensation outside, I think because temperatures fell to 9C, but have now gone up to 11C (with humidity near 100%).


Inside it's 16.5C (same as ever, the heating clicked on a couple of hours back, briefly) and as the last post mentioned clothing, no need for a sweatshirt here, just a polo shirt (well, and trousers).


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BJBlake
12 November 2022 08:07:52

Like Gavin - have solid walls from 1830, so its cold. However, Ive not put the heating on yet, and still have the .stat at 15 degrees. Just wearing fleeces in the evening, and single glazed sash windows have shutters - open during the day for solar gain and close at night for minimising heat loss, keeps the house bearable. If it gets very chilly, I have an open wood fire, and I light that, which is surprisingly good at warming the room. The aga Keeps the kitchen warm, and occasionally if sitting still/ working - I’ll go for a warm up - tea, aga, wife and a doodle hug from Tess of the doodlevilles sorts the chills..


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12 November 2022 08:47:45
No heating yesterday and maybe not today either. Temp 17c now was 19c yesterday afternoon.
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Jiries
12 November 2022 09:14:19

Originally Posted by: BJBlake 


Like Gavin - have solid walls from 1830, so its cold. However, Ive not put the heating on yet, and still have the .stat at 15 degrees. Just wearing fleeces in the evening, and single glazed sash windows have shutters - open during the day for solar gain and close at night for minimising heat loss, keeps the house bearable. If it gets very chilly, I have an open wood fire, and I light that, which is surprisingly good at warming the room. The aga Keeps the kitchen warm, and occasionally if sitting still/ working - I’ll go for a warm up - tea, aga, wife and a doodle hug from Tess of the doodlevilles sorts the chills..



Those shutters really help a lot as it stop the temps from going below 18C here since we had not seen the sun for long time. Was supposed to be sunny here yesterday and this morning but failed so far so temps still steady at 18C bot ruse to 19.5c yesterday evening from our 2 computers and us in the living room warm up a bit with shutters closed early. Would had been 14-15C inside if no shutters was fitted.

ARTzeman
12 November 2022 12:03:00

Sunny outside. Sunshine through the lounge window.


No heating on. 21.7c.






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doctormog
12 November 2022 12:22:23
A pleasantly warm 18°C given the fact there’s been no heating on and it’s November.
ARTzeman
13 November 2022 10:38:07

21. c. heating on low.






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