Thursday, 19 April 2018

Are you feeling the heat ...

In London, Meteorologists have recorded the hottest day in April since 1949, with temperatures reaching 29.1C (84.38F) in the capital.

Skiathos just made it to 22.2 degrees at 14:30hrs ...

The Met Office recorded the highest temperature in St James's Park in central London on Thursday afternoon. Which means it's officially time for the great British tradition of park sunbathing, BBQs and saying oh its too hot ...

Even Paddington Bear got in on the act - 'Mrs Bird says that for the first time this year, it's definitely a duffle coat off kind of day. Two weeks ago I was wondering if my duffle coat would ever be dry again, and today I’m wondering if I’ll ever need my duffle coat again.' #Heatwave

... and he is from Darkest Peru

The only food to be consumed today should be crisps, ice cream and of course ice lollies. Ladies that means its legs out day. Floral patterns are of course encouraged.

So if you need some practice, before your May adventure, down to the rock - Get some in ...


Temp anomaly map for Europe for the next 10 days: up to ~10 °C warmer than average for this period.  Feels more like June than mid-April! Temperatures will be above 25 °C for large parts of the region, locally up to and maybe over 30 °C ...

Which is probably why David C, from Scotland has sent me & Mr M this, his choice for todays sundowner ...


I have suggested, 'Good choice, suggest well chilled and view the sun through a frosted glass' ...

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