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Thread started 07/26/19 9:07am

sexton

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European Heatwave


Were you guys able to stay cool during the past heatwave? I read the temperatue hit 40C in many places. Yikes.

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Reply #1 posted 07/26/19 9:16am

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The temperatures are brutal lately. I feel sorry for those who have to work outside.

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Reply #2 posted 07/26/19 9:19am

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I was in Budapest last month and the highs every day were around 35C and I thought that was already too hot.

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Reply #3 posted 07/26/19 12:21pm

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Thankfully it's not "heatwave" type temperatures here in Dublin. I'm just not able for that kind of heat. It got up to around 25°C the other day and I couldn't handle it. I'm naturally very pale so I only have to look at the sun and I get burnt to a crisp. My husband was out the front garden cutting the grass in a tank top and I couldn't even look at him without almost feeling that sun burn my skin. Fuck that. Even now, I'm uncomfortably warm. I'd gladly shave my head bald if I thought it would make me any cooler.
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Reply #4 posted 07/26/19 1:29pm

TheFman

hmmm i went to outdoor swimpark last two days, and twice i got cold in the shadow so sat in the sun the whole time, feeling 'comfortable' but surely not 'hot' or anything.

A few years ago during a heatwave, i went to the sauna at midday biggrin

Can't be hot enough for me; I do totally hate cold though. And cold for me is what is 'comfortable' for someone else...

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Reply #5 posted 07/27/19 1:23am

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sexton said:


Were you guys able to stay cool during the past heatwave? I read the temperatue hit 40C in many places. Yikes.

Not sure exactly what temperature it got to here in NE UK, but it was bloody hot. We don't live far from the beach, but we decided it would be heaving so we stayed at home with the (pretty big) paddling pool and hose. To be honest the dog is suffering more than the humans, he's not doing well at all. Thunderstorms yesterday and back to normal blighty weather today (rain) though.

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Reply #6 posted 07/27/19 10:50am

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Speaking as an office worker, one day last week (can't remember which one now - Wednesday or Thursday?) was diabolically bad for heat.

Conditions have returned to being hospitable since then though, and in Newcastle today it's been cool, raining and very slippery, so go figure...

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Reply #7 posted 07/29/19 11:14am

sexton

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EmmaMcG said:

Thankfully it's not "heatwave" type temperatures here in Dublin. I'm just not able for that kind of heat. It got up to around 25°C the other day and I couldn't handle it. I'm naturally very pale so I only have to look at the sun and I get burnt to a crisp. My husband was out the front garden cutting the grass in a tank top and I couldn't even look at him without almost feeling that sun burn my skin. Fuck that. Even now, I'm uncomfortably warm. I'd gladly shave my head bald if I thought it would make me any cooler.



TheFman said:

hmmm i went to outdoor swimpark last two days, and twice i got cold in the shadow so sat in the sun the whole time, feeling 'comfortable' but surely not 'hot' or anything.

A few years ago during a heatwave, i went to the sauna at midday biggrin

Can't be hot enough for me; I do totally hate cold though. And cold for me is what is 'comfortable' for someone else...



Be thankful you don't live in Dublin!

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Reply #8 posted 08/07/19 1:21pm

Galzas

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Reply #9 posted 08/07/19 4:11pm

sexton

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The heatwave moved on to Greenland:

Greenland Lost 12.5 Billion Tons of Ice in a Single Day

The amount of ice collectively lost last Wednesday and Thursday would be enough to cover Florida in almost five inches of water

https://www.smithsonianma...80972808/

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Reply #10 posted 08/07/19 6:29pm

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I absolutely love it and feel more alive, albeit a bit tired. But I feel happier and healthier when it´s so hot and warm outside, especially when it is a bit humid.

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Reply #11 posted 08/07/19 7:14pm

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If it's over 74° F I want to die.

I don't want to get eaten alive
'cause you're so dangerous
No more hearts I can trust, you see
I don't want to get eaten alive
To be eaten alive
Eaten alive
I don't ever want to be
Eaten alive
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