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Warning heatwave in Pontypandy

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'Emma' Report 4 Feb 2013 13:01

You go gal, long may you be pain free :-)

What doesn't kill us makes us stronger :-D

Emma :-)


supercrutch Report 4 Feb 2013 12:59

No our Rose, just someone in Pontypandy's universe ;-)


JackBunion Report 4 Feb 2013 12:59

You can wander into my sauna any day, Rose and Sue.

Anyway, I am out now and temps are similar to Aberdeen. Not sure how to work out minuses in both F and C - but it's flippin' cold, isn't it, Emma? :-D :-D


supercrutch Report 4 Feb 2013 12:57

Thanks Emma :-D I feel better today and my grumpyness has been restored ;-)

Rambling Rose

Rambling Rose Report 4 Feb 2013 12:56

Sometimes I wonder if I've wandered into a parallel universe ;-)


'Emma' Report 4 Feb 2013 12:55

Back on form than Sue lol

Emma :-)


JackBunion Report 4 Feb 2013 12:51

You read the Daily Mail, I take it, Sue.

I have just checked temp here in Pontypandy and it is 45C or 147F

Not unusually high round these parts. I've got two jumpers on :-D


supercrutch Report 4 Feb 2013 12:48

Reports are coming in of an unseasonal rise in temperature in the Welsh Valleys.

Residents are being warned to take all precautions to avoid dehydration and sunstroke as the thermometer reaches 95F. A local resident said:

Yes it is 45F here, which is 35C. Unless some of you are much cleverer that me and know any different.

The last time this area reached 35C was errr.......before records began.