Posted by sean on June 24, 2020 at 5:11 pm in Weather with No Comments

This weather is disgusting. No other word for it.

The only way in which the weatherman can make amends for this insufferable heat, is to follow up on his promise of thunderstorms.

Posted by sean on June 4, 2020 at 10:11 am in Weather with No Comments

The weather may have changed and become cooler. Yesterday morning, we even awoke to beautiful rain.

Despite all of these joyous conditions, the house had heated up so much over the past few weeks that it felt like a furnace.

Luckily, a day of humane temperatures outside has caused our home to finally cool down.

On Tuesday at 5pm, I blogged how it was a hideous 26C. Twenty four hours later, it was 16C! While lovely, I certainly won’t be complaining if it is 6C at five o’clock this evening.

Posted by sean on June 2, 2020 at 10:22 pm in Weather with No Comments

Nothing above 20C… and look! Rain! Gorgeous.

I hope the weatherman is right.

Posted by sean on June 2, 2020 at 5:06 pm in Weather with No Comments

This is getting beyond a joke now – stupidly hot!

Maybe I’ll take a trip to somewhere cooler. Delhi in India sounds nice, as does the Sahara desert.

Posted by sean on May 29, 2020 at 10:45 am in Weather with No Comments

It’s been rather warm lately – or as I prefer to describe it, “fucking boiling”.

At least Bath and North East Somerset Council have kindly put up a new sign on our street…

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