Is this the question no-one dares to ask - How much longer will this blasted heat go on for???

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And please don't fill the thread up with messages stating how much you all love this warm weather, I just don't give a fig!

I am hot, sticky and uncomfortable. The kids are hot, sticky and uncomfortable, the dog is lethargic and grumpy...
I work in a school, everyone is hot, sticky and.... well, you get the idea.

I am all for summer, love it in fact. But this is not summer, this is torture and I gather it is meant to get even hotter next week.....

Sob.

<melts>

ShatnersBassoon Tue 16-Jul-13 15:59:21

Just another 10 days <UK seaside holiday fast approaching>

SorrelForbes Tue 16-Jul-13 16:01:10

We live on the coast and have guests coming on Sunday for a week so my guess is that the weather will change on Sunday morning!

RobotBananas Tue 16-Jul-13 16:01:53

Accuweather reckons it'll stay like this for the next 3 weeks.. argh!

Dackyduddles Tue 16-Jul-13 16:03:17

It's marvellous. Wonderful. I will cry stamp and generally be eeyore once it returns to that fecking miserable grey spittle.

I don't know what area you're in but for us in London/South East, according to the BBC weather website it looks like it's going to start cooling down from Saturday and into next week.

RoooneyMara Tue 16-Jul-13 16:06:53

hotter? shock

noooooo

Re that BBC link I posted - if you click "further ahead" you'll notice they're hedging their bets for next Wednesday with the temp predicted to be somewhere between 16°C and 32°C hmm

oldbag (not, you, your bag, obviously!), if you click on the NEXT 5 DAYS on your link it shows me that after Saturday the temp creeps up to 31deg for most days that week....

That is what has sent me into a bit of a wibble, am barely coping now.

(Am South East, temp here today 30deg, am really really struggeling to function in this sad)

I don't want grey spittle, far from it. I want sunshine, a light breeze and temps of around 22-24 degrees.

Not this blazing sun, hot air torture I am currently being subjected to.

Ah, see, I read the temp for Weds as 16deg coolest (at night) and 32deg during the day....

Ah no, the night temps are underneath.

RobotBananas Tue 16-Jul-13 16:15:06

Yes, 16 is probably the lowest it'll get to in the middle oftthe night. Waaa!

I want a great big massive thunderstorm to clear the air, then nice breezy warm weather. That's all!

Ah, ok, will live in hope then, thank you smile

RobotBananas Tue 16-Jul-13 16:15:34

Ahhh x posts I hope you're right!

yamsareyammy Tue 16-Jul-13 16:20:30

See, where I live, the weather is just right. Not too hot, not too cold, just right! <gloats> smile

Oh, well we'll all come and stay with you then Yams!

What's the address and what's for dinner?

<melting here>

chickabilla Tue 16-Jul-13 16:30:14

22-24 sounds perfect! I think my baby is melting (real baby not scary doll).

Takver Tue 16-Jul-13 16:37:06

My betting is that it will turn wet and rainy in approximately 3 - 4 weeks time when dd's broken arm is healed enough for her to get back in the sea.

On my way Yams grin

PipkinsPal Tue 16-Jul-13 16:48:11

It will last until the day the kids break up from school and then it will pour down for 6 weeks grin

yamsareyammy Tue 16-Jul-13 17:13:23

The address is......
Dinner is chicken salad. That ok?
Or else I will do you some lamb chops.

loads of people have been asking grin

Theres no real sign of any change at the moment, though a little cooler perhaps this weekend. Currently next week looks super hot for most (apart from some coastal areas). There are some hints of changes happening towards the end of the month from the NW, perhaps spreading down further south but that is a long long way off in forecasting time.

Next week looks superhot shock sad

I was afraid of that....

Never mind, will just slowly dissolve in a puddle of unhappy goo....

Sob...

Yams, chicken salad is perfect grin

Shinyshoes1 Thu 25-Jul-13 18:01:08

I cannot tolerate this anymore I really can't my clothes are wet through ALL the time .

Any sign of cooler weather PLEASE

Am in Essex

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