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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    One of the hottest days i can ever remember, 44 degrees in Adelaide tomorrow. I think the record is 46 degrees here.

    Yuck! Thanks Perth for sending your weather our way!

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    Default Re: I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Im from Perth and yep i feel your pain. Although aftet having it for over a week im happy it has moved on! Haha

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    Default Re: I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    I just saw the weather forecast! Eeeep! Luckily DH is still on hols so he can look after DD in doors while I can get some me time.

    I can't ever remember 44!

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    Me neither i think i remember 42 or 43 a few years back when we had a 16 day heat wave with it being over 35 the whole time and a few days in the low 40's.

    When its that hot you walk outside and literally feel your skin burning instantly, its insane.

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    Yep, not looking forward to tomorrow. The fact I am 34 weeks pregnant makes it so much worse.

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    Oh you poor thing! Try and stay nice and cool and preferably dont move off the couch if u can

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    I have a 4 and 2 year old as well so it's a nightmare being trapped inside feeling sore, exhausted and sick from the pregnancy and heat combined whilst having to entertain two kids *grumble grumble*
    Stupid weather.

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    35 weeks here, living in a catastrophic fire danger area and according to DP it's not uncommon to have the power shut off in catastrophic conditions. So, possibly no air conditioning or fans tomorrow - looks like I'll be cooling down in the bath!

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    I will panic if the power outs I can't survive 44 with no air con.

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    Default I like summer but 44 degrees? Really?

    Quote Originally Posted by MothersMilk View Post
    I will panic if the power outs I can't survive 44 with no air con.
    I don't blame you, especially while being pregnant and having two kids to keep cool as well! Fingers crossed for you!!


 

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