doctormog
Thursday, September 15, 2022 6:31:15 AM

Originally Posted by: Tim A 

Down to 18.0c this morning. Any other year I might have out the heating on for a quick blast now. Because of building work it still isn't actually connected up, plus the new normal is going to be about 18c anyway.

Mine came on briefly this morning when the temperature dipped to 16.7°C at around 6am so I have tweaked the settings so that won’t happen again. At least I know the system is working and it’s a strangely warm-feeling 18°C now with that central heating on for the first time in months feeling.

I hope it will be a little while yet before it comes on routinely although the next couple of days may test that if daytime maxima don’t reach the teens.


Gusty
Thursday, September 15, 2022 7:11:44 AM

21.4c this morning (down 0.7c from this time yesterday).

The inside temperature held steady between 22.0c and 22.1c all day yesterday. At 4pm the thick cloud cleared and the sun came out giving a valuable 90 minutes of warming through the west facing windows. By 6pm it climbed to 23.0c.

That period of sunshine has made a big difference. As a result working from home today in a T shirt is comfortable. 


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Friday, September 16, 2022 6:27:59 AM

16.5 C this morning - cool but not uncomfortable.


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doctormog
Friday, September 16, 2022 6:40:55 AM
The heat came on again this morning after the temperature fell to 15.3°C earlier this morning. Up to a much more warmer 18.4°C now.
ARTzeman
Friday, September 16, 2022 6:49:46 AM

20.0c.  Coolest for ages.




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Gusty
Friday, September 16, 2022 6:51:57 AM

20.5c this morning. (down 0.9 from yesterday at this time).

Hugely disappointing yesterday. Warm sunshine at noon promised good internal warming but by the time the sun reached the all important west facing windows at 2pm convective infill had occurred.

As a result it hovered around 21.4 to 21.6 all day. Had the sun shone it would have hit 23.5c and this morning we would sitting in the low 22's.

The curse of convective infill. Fortunately its something we generally only experience under W or NW'ly airmasses. 

We are going away today returning on Monday. It will be interesting to see where it sits after a cool weekend.


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Friday, September 16, 2022 8:23:40 AM
17.2c inside now, a cool night at 7.9c and just 9.5c now. Need some good sunshine and not too much cloud build up to help improve the inside temperature.
Tim

NW Leeds

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Jiries
Friday, September 16, 2022 10:43:35 AM

Originally Posted by: Gusty 

The curse of convective infill. Fortunately its something we generally only experience under W or NW'ly airmasses. 

We are going away today returning on Monday. It will be interesting to see where it sits after a cool weekend.

That what I hate this summer because of those infill and always attack on prime time.  Even with sun hours nearly 200 mainly from early morning and evening time all the time especially in June, only sunny days when it was under heatwave but not on average days.

20C in my brother house and with forecast of 1C over the Midlands tonight so likely to dive low in my house indoor temps since I am not at home there to close the shutters.  Warming up next week should recover it and shutters close nightly will keep warm again.

As my dad watched Last of the Summer wine last night on one of the channel for past programs was featured in 1995 was stunning blue skies, very yellowed country side and miles better than this summer.

ARTzeman
Friday, September 16, 2022 11:16:20 AM

Temperatures of 7 - 8c. Overnight for the next few days causes our bungalow to have the heating on at 21c. The water will not be all that hot in the radiators as I closed the gate abit.




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The Beast from the East
Friday, September 16, 2022 5:41:26 PM

How long can I put off putting the central heating on? Will it even work? Its been off since May!

 


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Roger Parsons
Friday, September 16, 2022 5:56:16 PM

Originally Posted by: The Beast from the East 

How long can I put off putting the central heating on? Will it even work? Its been off since May!

Wore my first sweater of the autumn today to mow the garden! Cool with a steady wind. Said to a neighbour "It's a bit nippy" and they replied "I'd put the heating on but I can't afford to!" A sign of things to come economically and weather-wise?


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Essan
Friday, September 16, 2022 6:11:07 PM

Not saying it's turning cold, but I have just shut the back door    

MInd, I am sitting here in shorts and t-shirt.


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scillydave
Friday, September 16, 2022 7:09:57 PM
Definitely still shorts and T-shirt weather here in the South but it did feel cool inbthe breeze especially when the sun was behind clouds.

Indoors is a very comfortable 20.1c at the moment.


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Retron
Saturday, September 17, 2022 4:11:27 AM

A definite change in the weather yesterday - a cool-feeling NW'ly breeze, a much lower dewpoint and a high of just 18C, briefly, by far the coldest day in months. A much cooler night, too, with 10C as the low so far (and the wind persists).

It's having an effect indoors, but a slow one: it's 19C upstairs and 18C downstairs.

 

ARTzeman
Saturday, September 17, 2022 5:48:16 AM

20.1c indoors. Condensation on TWO Windows. 6.1 outside.




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