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    It's still 37 at 5:30!!

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    41 ugh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nirok View Post
    Its the first real HOT sunny day for a long time isn't it degrassi. We've had some muggy days and some hot windy days but today all the heat is just blaring from the sun.
    Yeah, that's true. I recall a fairly hot day recently but it overcast at the same time.

    Typical summer hot day today with little to no breeze!

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    Around 40 ish today, our ac is really struggling and its usually really good. I'm just lucky its not humid too otherwise it wouldn't be working at all (it's evaporative).

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    34 degs now at almost 6.20 - it was still 29 degs last night at 10.30 - hate when it doesn't get cooler at night.

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    6.55pm and 36 degrees in outer Newcastle. The sun needs to go to bed. This is why I hate daylight saving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    6.55pm and 36 degrees in outer Newcastle. The sun needs to go to bed. This is why I hate daylight saving.
    Still 35 degrees at 8:45pm... going to be a hot, restless night no doubt.

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    Luckily it's 23'C here on GC right now


    Single mummy to a wonderful DS (Born 11/12/2008)

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    Apparently it's 31 degrees.. Ick!


 

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