Monday the weather station was reading 96.6 deg f. Today I'm really suffering with the tempreture, as the same weather station is reading 62.2 deg f. Has anyone ever experienced such a massive change in the space of 24 hours?. This is on the East Coast of Lincolnshire.
Last night was the hottest that I can ever remember for trying to sleep. With all the upstairs windows and two fans running, I ended up sleeping on a camping airbed on the kitchen laminate flooring with the back door open!
Off subject, but my wired-digital thermometer gives me 2 readings as there are 2 sensors. Inside my fridge about 0-4c and 20-24c ambient outside. I turn up the fridge temperature control knob up to max  when its really hot outside and make sure the kitchen windows are open.
Here in West Somerset need to wait until overnight Wednesday into Thursday for cooler weather and our room thermostat has been showing 28C for the last few hours. Will be out with the dog before 6:00 tomorrow morning, as I was today.
What would we do if we didn't have our weather to talk about? When I first started to travel to the Far East on business, I used to start morning meetings by saying what a lovely day it was today.
After a few days, my client took me aside, and told me that the locals couldn't understand why I did it when almost all the days were like that. Perhaps in time we'll get used to having June heat-waves, and stop going on about the heat - it is predicted that we're going to get more and more of this each year.
Nice coolish day here in Norwich yesterday after a stifling weekend and similar forecast for today. Weather forecast on BBC Breakfast this morning saying 23C in Norwich 34C in London. Glad I don't live in London any more.