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    Default 37°C 99°F in Slovenia, how hot is there

    Yesterday we had 37°C heat with no wind. Even inside with aircon it's hard to think. It's a bit on the high side (normal is 34 for this time of year). How hot is it in your place?
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    We've been below 30°C most all of this summer, maybe a few days above. Tops. The forecast is 26-27°C highs this week. Nighttime lows are 10-20°C.

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    Mid-to-high 20°C in Santiago De Compostela, luckily it is the coldest area of Spain as in the rest of the country they are suffering with temperatures over 40°C. It has been unusually dry in Santiago so that may cause issues later.
    Over 30°C in Warsaw, with temperature not really cooling down at night that is quite uncomfortable...
    Low 20s°C in Belgium.
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    We've had some highs, but had 26-28C today, but felt very cool in the shade.
    The Jet stream is a lot lower than usual over UK/France, so our weather is off a bit.
    Should have 30's this time of year.
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    I live in West Slovenia near Italy now, 50km from sea. It's California + Nevada of Slovenia with palm trees, vineyards, almost never snows, almost never below 0°C in winter, casinos and bawdy houses, people vote left, many speak romanic (Italian) language . There are 20% more sunny days and it's 3°C warmer than capital Ljubljana. I often go down to Italian side of town for a drink by bicycle or on foot and sometimes I go to beach after work.
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    In the center of North America for July, temps ranged from 'prox' 25c to nearly 40c. Then August rolled in and it was like someone turned on the ac.

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    Son in law popped his drone up and took some pics of the Lake Huron coast behind the up north house.

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    This has to be one of the coolest summers in recent history on the East Coast...we've gotten a decent amount of rain every 5-7 days its seems and we haven't had more than 3-4 days straight of 85F/30C+ temps.
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    Low 20s C ATM, great hiking wheather. It's a pretty nice summer I think. Spring was dry, bad for some of the farmers.
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    Typical south Florida Summer, Heat index 42-43c daily. Lastnight low temp was 28.9c

    We did not experience a true cold front this winter so bugs like mosquitos got a headstart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greebe View Post
    Typical south Florida Summer, Heat index 42-43c daily. Lastnight low temp was 28.9c

    We did not experience a true cold front this winter so bugs like mosquitos got a headstart.
    We havent had a cold Winter here for years, and are starting to have mosquito-virus problems that are usually confined to the tropics.
    Chikunguya has been detected in the VAR in the south, and it seems to have been caught from local mosquitos/fly's, rather than someone catching it abroad and bringing it here.
    Its still not very hot though, for August.
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