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    as the weather is expected to reach about 28/29 degree in some parts of the UK other will have 19/20/21 degrees

    who thinks its wrong to have this sort of weather, right now, that is why we have summer to have this temperatures, around this time we should have about 15/14 degrees

    over the past few week i haven't notice the temperture dropping at all only around 12/15 degree
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    Gotta love British weather.
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    I don't think it is odd that we have this kind of weather now. I can remember in 1988 in September-October time walking home from high school in the scorching heat; much more hotter than it is today.
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    I don't, I like warm weather.
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    Chill. The weather's just throwing a tantrum. It'll be cold and miserable again in no time.
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    Stupid bi-polar weather.
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    i just hope we have another severe winter storm with heavy sleet and snow and have temperatures dropping to -4/-6 degrees
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    Why would it be wrong?? Most people are enjoying the sunshine like myself :cool:


    Weather is always such a random thing in this country anyway
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    I read somewhere that we are meant to be getting snow and lots of it from next month/November time.I think the weather is strange!!
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    I'm actually getting a sweat on right now typing this. It's crazy weather for this time of year, and there's meant to be snow next month too.

    Inb4 Global Warming.
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    It's chilly/windy early morning, by midday it's really hot and stuffy. Never know what to wear
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    There are some odd things happening to our planet, including the poleshift, which I believe, and according to what I have read, has already started. But weather like this was not uncommon in the 1980s. Perhaps we are seeing more of this kind of weather than usual, perhaps as a result of the changes that our taking place in our solar system.
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    September's always unpredictable. I'm quite liking the sun personally.

    :shades:
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    It's taking the piss.
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    Although heat input is maximum at the summer solstice and decreases gradually afterwards, the rate of heat input continues to be greater then the rate of heat dissipation. Hence, the average temperature keeps increasing even after solstice, and it is only later during the year that the average temperature starts decreasing as dissipation>input. So it is not 'wrong' to experience heatwaves in September.
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    I want the frost and heavy snow!
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    :woo:
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    Weather like this isn't that unusual. Londons highest recorded temperature in October was 85F (29c).
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    Only in Britain do people moan when its sunny and moan when it snows! What do you people want?!
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    (Original post by Martyn*)
    I don't think it is odd that we have this kind of weather now. I can remember in 1988 in September-October time walking home from high school in the scorching heat; much more hotter than it is today.
    you were in high school in 1988? how old are you now if you don't mind me asking?
 
 
 
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