Tuesday, October 06, 2015

Cool change

Time: 3.47 pm
Temp: 34.2 (93)

4.00
26.2 (79)

4.10
23.3 (73)

4.54
20.1 (68)

5.24
19.8 (66)


Note the second temperature, the inside one, rose as I turned the air con off and R started ironing.

Later edit: I did not notice the humidity reading next to the external temperature. What a remarkable rise, which you don't notice when it is cooler.

24 comments:

  1. Big change in temps. today. We're experiencing 30+ (F) degree changes on a daily basis now. Winter is coming....... *sigh*

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    1. Jac, they are quite large temp differences on a daily basis.

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  2. We didn't (thankfully) get as hot as you, but we are still on 29 at around 7.30. Cool change predicted, and I so hope we get it. Lifeline commitments will have me up until v late so I hope to be comfortable. At the moment I am not.

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    1. EC, well it should be nice and cool for you tomorrow. You can't do your volunteer work from home?

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    2. Tonight I am working from home. Which is still toooooo hot. Next week I will have to go into town.

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    3. EC, good that you can do that from home. So you are doing admin stuff, rather than answering.

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    4. Supervisory stuff. Sometimes scary supervisory stuff. It is finally cooling down though. A bit.

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    5. Ah, yeah, forgot you are a senior person who looks after the tackers.

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  3. Its been a cool week here, with rain and all. Greetings!

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    1. Blogoratti, rain in England! Who would have thunk that might happen.

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  4. I would celebrate the temp change!

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    1. I did briefly, until goose bumps appeared on my arms.

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  5. We had 80 degrees yesterday in Oregon. Allegedly winter is coming.

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    1. No rush to get to winter is there Strayer.

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  6. Andrew the last temperature is trhe best for me..

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    1. Gosia, yes, best for me too.

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  7. ....but Andrew, as well as food, coffee, street art.. isn't the changeable weather what Melbourne is renowned for?

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    1. Grace, quite true but it is exaggerated. Other places experience the same.

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    2. This is very true, in the case of Perth anyway!

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  8. That's a nice looking little gadget. I have a big plastic Cheap as Chips thermometer blu-tacked to the wall. Does the job and was only $3.
    It's cooler here now, thank goodness, still sunny, but the wind is no longer hot. My garden took a beating with Tuesday's hot wind.

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    1. River, yes, I am sure your garden did take a beating. The temp thing was only about $35 and it is our second one.

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  9. I wasn't ready for the heat just yet. I was glad when the change blew in, though we could do with some rain!

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    1. Yep Fen, we really need a good drop of rain.

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