Heat is not the problem, it's the humidity
You can't breath.
Try Houston Texas.
Typical summer temperature 96 to 105 Fahreneheit and upt 96% relative humidity before the thunderstorms break.
Todays forecast is a mere 92 Fahrenehit because it's persisting down.
Our summer air conditioning bills are double our winter heating bills.
That sounds unbearable! Today has not been too bad.
But I'll be wearing shorts and a T-shirt in January
Can someone recommend a decent electric stand fan?
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As will the whole of Newcastle.
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Fond memories of "runs ashore" in South Shields where the girls seemed to have a contest to see who could get away with wearing the skimpiest / least without getting hypotheria (or arrested) :-)
But I don't have a mullet....
You think that sounds bad? I noticed on the news the other day that it was 52 degrees C (125.6 F) in Death Valley, scorchio indeed
He's not a diamond geezer, or called Joe!
Yeah but no humidity.
Luckily we tend to step from our air conditioned houses into our air conditioned cars to go to the air conditioned office / restaurant / mall / etc. and only really experience "outdoors" in between (or for a smoke in my case).
I tell you, it's often like being inside a hot tumble dryer with a load of wet towels....
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