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Offline roadrunnerajn  
#181 Posted : 18 July 2022 19:59:30(UTC)
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25c in our bedroom but thankfully the gusty east wind blows straight through the window making it very comfortable. 

Helston Cornwall 62m asl. Land of the eternal spring (13c and overcast mizzle)
Offline TimS  
#182 Posted : 18 July 2022 20:19:55(UTC)
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Hit 28C indoors which is our record. Despite everything being shut since morning.
Brockley, South East London 30m asl
Offline westv  
#183 Posted : 19 July 2022 14:11:33(UTC)
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A manageable 26 ground floor but an unpleasant 29 upstairs.
At least it will be mild!
Offline ARTzeman  
#184 Posted : 19 July 2022 14:44:18(UTC)
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28.0c Indoors. Cooling now some rain has arrived

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Offline Tom Rance  
#185 Posted : 19 July 2022 16:04:16(UTC)
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29.5 downstairs

30.5 upstairs

That's despite being kept closed from 9am.

Trouble was I could only get the temp down to 25.5c before it was on the up!

42.5c in the greenhouse.

Tom

Cambridgeshire, Ouse Valley, 40ft AMSL.

Offline Retron  
#186 Posted : 19 July 2022 17:13:35(UTC)
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37.4C upstairs, 27C downstairs. And 19C in this hotel room, which is far more pleasant!

Offline Jiries  
#187 Posted : 19 July 2022 17:23:31(UTC)
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Living room 35C, Hallway upstairs 36C, Bed 2 37C, Bed 1 35.1C and 37.7-8 Kitchen as I see it touched 100F as the furnace blast enter from outside via the door. All new records so far since I moved here. 35C the highest in my old house in Epsom when outside was 38C in August 2003.

Now cooling down nicely to 32-33C and expect to drop it more to mid 20's by morning so sleeping comfortable.

 

Offline Retron  
#188 Posted : 20 July 2022 03:22:18(UTC)
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That would have been an extremely uncomfortable night - it's now 32.9C upstairs and 26.5C downstairs.

(The brickwork acts like a storage heater at times like this, and upstairs is essentially just a shed, hence the heat!)

Offline westv  
#189 Posted : 20 July 2022 06:27:19(UTC)
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I remember staying in a hotel in the UK about 15 or so years ago. It had quite nice air con - which was switched off overnight!
At least it will be mild!
Offline TimS  
#190 Posted : 20 July 2022 07:08:42(UTC)
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Maxed at 30C upstairs yesterday. Now 26C, but still feels stuffy.

Hoping for gusty wind this morning before the temperature gets back to the mid 20s.

Brockley, South East London 30m asl
Offline Jason H  
#191 Posted : 20 July 2022 07:26:45(UTC)
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That was an uncomfortable night. Downstairs temperature is showing 26.3 and falling now every window in the house is open.

I feel great! so maybe I might just

Search for a 9 to 5, if I strive

Then maybe I'll stay alive

Bexleyheath, Kent.

Offline Tim A  
#192 Posted : 20 July 2022 18:15:44(UTC)
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Been out all day but back now and a furnace in the house. 27 downstairs and 29 upstairs. All windows open and the coolern airis flooding back in as it is 18.8c outside now.
Tim

NW Leeds

187m asl

Offline Heavy Weather 2013  
#193 Posted : 20 July 2022 18:21:44(UTC)
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Yesterday my flat got to 33.2. It was like a furnace. My mood was not good today. Even today there is so much residual heat and stuck at 28.8C. The doors have been open for 2hrs!!!!
Mark

Beckton, E London

Less than 500m from the end of London City Airport runway.

Offline Jiries  
#194 Posted : 20 July 2022 21:07:15(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Retron Go to Quoted Post

That would have been an extremely uncomfortable night - it's now 32.9C upstairs and 26.5C downstairs.

(The brickwork acts like a storage heater at times like this, and upstairs is essentially just a shed, hence the heat!)

That true as my father old house the bricks stay warm after the sun goes.  My current house cannot as it was insulated with new wall fitted outside so cannot warm up indoors unless open the windows then close shut to store warmth only last night was left open to cool down and closed them when I got up to go to work as was 26 to 30C this morning.

Offline Jiries  
#195 Posted : 21 July 2022 07:43:23(UTC)
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Ranging from 26C to 30C in bed 2 and 28.5C in bed 2.  Very pleasant now with windows shut since yesterday morning as outside is cold and cloudy.  Despite all this all the air vent slots on windows and 1 on the bed 2 wall are open for fresh air flowing.

Offline ARTzeman  
#196 Posted : 21 July 2022 08:56:45(UTC)
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24.0c. With doors shut but windows are ajar.

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Offline westv  
#197 Posted : 21 July 2022 08:59:48(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: ARTzeman Go to Quoted Post

24.0c. With doors shut but windows are ajar.

The same temp here.

At least it will be mild!
Offline Hungry Tiger  
#198 Posted : 21 July 2022 09:00:57(UTC)
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27C to 28C. Anyone with less than that in their house is lucky.

 

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South Cambridgeshire. 93 metres or 302.25 feet ASL.

Offline Northern Sky  
#199 Posted : 21 July 2022 11:00:22(UTC)
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My son has a coldwater fish tank in his bedroom and weirdly it was more difficult keeping the temp down in it yesterday than it was on Tuesday. I wonder if the house had stored the heat and was in the process of releasing it yesterday? Even with all the windows open and much cooler temps outside it hardly made a difference to the indoor temp.

Frozen bottles of water, water changes and a fan aimed at the tank kept the temp below 27C but it took some work. Thankfully downstairs remained cool throughout.

Offline Jiries  
#200 Posted : 22 July 2022 07:41:13(UTC)
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25-27C around the house surprising how it stay warm despite very cold weather outside for 2 days.   I had all the windows shutters installed last Friday and since it installed the house temps had no longer drop a lot at nights as the shutters keep out fully the cold glass feed in.  When I opened it you can feel the very cold air between the shutters and glass rush in but still not effect the current temps. 

Last month June 1 day hot spell the house temps went to to 28-30C, it quickly drop back to 20-21C in 2 days time.  The shutter man fitter told me that those shutters will keep your house very warm and in winter when heating cone on will warm up quickly and heating goes off. and stay off long time.

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