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Offline westv  
#121 Posted : 01 July 2022 07:57:56(UTC)
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20.7 here at the moment.

At least it will be mild!
Offline ARTzeman  
#122 Posted : 01 July 2022 13:54:52(UTC)
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22.1c. In the lounge

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Offline Tim A  
#123 Posted : 10 July 2022 07:57:45(UTC)
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This thread might have some high temps in the next week .
22c downstairs and 23c upstairs at the moment, this as a result of 22-24c max outside over the last few days.

Could have made it cooler by having the windows open more, as evenings have been relatively cool. 

Edited by user 10 July 2022 07:59:17(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Tim

NW Leeds

187m asl

Offline Retron  
#124 Posted : 10 July 2022 08:02:12(UTC)
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21.5C downstairs (21.3C outside) and 24C upstairs. It's going to be a hot one today!

Offline TimS  
#125 Posted : 10 July 2022 08:15:37(UTC)
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Similar to the above currently, but hopefully our Victorian terrace with no south facing windows will stay coolish today.

The science of when to close windows and open them again will be tested to the hilt the next week.

Brockley, South East London 30m asl
Offline westv  
#126 Posted : 10 July 2022 12:13:38(UTC)
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23.5c ground floor

23c upstairs.

At least it will be mild!
Offline Super Cell  
#127 Posted : 10 July 2022 13:01:57(UTC)
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22.7C in the lounge, 22.8 in the hall.

 

Gentle breeze flowing through the house. Really pleasant.

Offline Retron  
#128 Posted : 10 July 2022 15:29:05(UTC)
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28C outside and 28.7C upstairs - there's a breeze. Downstairs, with the windows firmly shut and west-facing curtains drawn it's 23.5C.

 

Offline Jiries  
#129 Posted : 10 July 2022 20:15:13(UTC)
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25-26C so comfortable and very pleasant warm indoor temps.  

Offline Heavy Weather 2013  
#130 Posted : 11 July 2022 07:03:45(UTC)
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When I went to bed last night it was 29.8C in my living room/bedroom. As you’d imagine sleeping was very difficult.
Mark

Beckton, E London

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

Offline picturesareme  
#131 Posted : 11 July 2022 12:50:17(UTC)
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With 4 nights this week with overnight lows of just 19C the indoor temperatures are going to be high here, and that's going to be coupled with the humidity.
Offline Surrey John  
#132 Posted : 11 July 2022 14:26:05(UTC)
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20c in lounge, 22c in bedrooms, 28c outside

Thank goodness we installed air conditioning last year, so much better than trying to sleep in a bedroom that feels like a sauna.

Edited by user 11 July 2022 14:27:33(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

35m ASL

Offline Retron  
#133 Posted : 11 July 2022 17:08:31(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Surrey John Go to Quoted Post


Thank goodness we installed air conditioning last year, so much better than trying to sleep in a bedroom that feels like a sauna.

One perk of getting the electrics sorted for a car charger is that I'll be able to get a proper a/c unit installed in due course - hopefully in time for next summer. That said, a 14K BTU portable one did an admirable job last night, the downside is that it won't turn on if it's more than 35C!

Talking of which, it was 33C upstairs when I got in, 24.5 downstairs and 28C outside.

A couple of hours later, it's still 24.5C downstairs (those new windows are doing a super job of keeping the heat out), while upstairs it's 30.2 in the back bedroom (with the windows open) and 24.0C in my bedroom (with the a/c running for the past 2 hours).

Offline Charmhills  
#134 Posted : 11 July 2022 17:11:45(UTC)
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I ordered a portable ac and should be here by Wednesday.

Mostly for use in the bedroom for sleep mainly.

Duane.

Offline Heavy Weather 2013  
#135 Posted : 11 July 2022 18:47:55(UTC)
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Indoor Tenp currently 29.5C.

Another issue with modern flats are they open plan nature, I had to

Use the oven and pushed the temp up a degree!

Mark

Beckton, E London

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

Offline bledur  
#136 Posted : 11 July 2022 19:11:27(UTC)
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Reached 21c in the hall today which is quite warm for this house as it is normally around 16c. The benefits of old farmhouses

Offline Tim A  
#137 Posted : 11 July 2022 19:17:45(UTC)
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25c downstairs and 26c upstairs.

25.7c outside too.

Tim

NW Leeds

187m asl

Offline Retron  
#138 Posted : 12 July 2022 03:41:45(UTC)
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So, as luck would have it I'm off work today. The mission is to keep the house cooler indoors than it was yesterday, but it's not going to be easy!

Currently 15.7C outside, but no wind whatsoever.

Indoors it's 23.5C downstairs, the windows have been open all night (so starting from a relatively high level).

Upstairs, again with the windows open, it's 25C... aside from my bedroom, where it's 21C (as I had the a/c on all night).

The plan is to keep the windows open all the time it's more than 1C cooler outside, then I'll close them. I'll keep the a/c on today once I close the windows, even though it'll cost a small fortune, in the hope it'll help moderate temperatures indoors somewhat.

TBH I've no idea how to keep things cool IF it gets to 40C, or even close to it. There's usually a few hours' grace before the inside warms up to the outside temperature, but these muggy, warm nights aren't helping much!

EDIT: Patio doors wide open, fan on the patio blowing into the living room. It's gone from 23.5 to 22 in the space of 10 minutes in there.

Edited by user 12 July 2022 04:23:04(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline CreweCold  
#139 Posted : 12 July 2022 04:53:44(UTC)
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Touched 30c in my bedroom tonight, been around 28-29C for the majority of the time.

It's a small room and the computer being on doesn't help matters

Crewe, Cheshire

55 metres above sea level

Offline ARTzeman  
#140 Posted : 12 July 2022 11:05:08(UTC)
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24.5c all around the bungalow. Windows and doors open.

Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

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