It’s too hot!

As I write this, it's currently 29 degrees Celsius outside which, according to the Weather site, feels like 35. And it's 10:00PM. Meanwhile, inside my house it's 31 degrees… does that mean it feels like it's 37 in here? It's hot… yuck.

And the weather forecast for the next few days gets even better:

I guess I shouldn't complain… I just checked today's actual results, and our high was 35 degrees which felt like 40. So this forecast actually means it's cooling down… wow.

At any rate, that's it for me for tonight. My laptop is oversweating, and so am I.

5 thoughts on “It’s too hot!

  1. I was in Cyprus last week, the temperature was round 40C all the time, touching 42 at one point. Thank god for AC.

    I just received an email from the people there saying that it should drop to 38C this week. Drop - sheesh!

  2. Bob -

    Despite the warm temperatures, I always found Cyprus to be rather pleasant, as long as I was near the shore. When you get into Nicosia, though, the humidity makes it stifling.

    Although I guess it's what you're used to. A few summers ago I was in London, and the temp was around 90F (ironically 32C). It didn't bother me, because at home we routinely hit the mid 90's (mid 30's), but all of the natives were miserable.

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  4. I was in NIcosia Jon, and the worst thing there is that it doesn't have the cooling breeze that they get on the coast.

    I must admit not to being a heat freak, mid-80s is fine for me.

  5. I don't mind the heat so much, but it's the humidity. We were in the interior of BC last year with temps of 35, and it was quite pleasant. Yesterday the high here actually got up to 35C, but the humidex topped out at "feels like 40".

    We don't have AC in the house, so at midnight last night it was still 32 inside. And it dropped to all of 29.5C by 6:30AM.

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