Mainz Daily Photo

Singed #1965

Heat waves have differing intensities depending on where you live, it appears.

I was in the UK over the weekend and – in a land where anything warmer than 25°C is considered record-worthy – folk were concerned about spontaneously combusting.

30°C is fairly standard for a Central European summer, but the last few weeks have been somewhat…enervating?

3rd degree burns if you touch these stanchions, that’s for sure….

This entry was published on 5 August, 2013 at 13:00 and is filed under Altstadt, Mainz, Weather. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Singed #1965

  1. Oh please, for us in the southern U.S. of A., that’s wimp weather.

  2. LevenshulmeDailyPhoto can report that everything’s back to normal in Manchester John. We soak up the rain so that the rest of Europe doesn’t have to. It might also help us keep the Ashes today!

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