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Posted By: fostertomThat's terrible Paul - not even the equinox, 'going in'.
Posted By: evanon all summer ... usually around 16 or 17 degrees in the evening, even after a hot day. Massive stone walls are great at keeping cool!
Posted By: fostertomDon't just say 'Scotland'!
Posted By: crusoeYes, it can be a wee bit chilly in the passages and stairwell, but we all need to start thinking about zoning big time, insulation big time and where that heat will come from, cos 'the heating' we are talking about, ie central heating, is not sustainable. No amount of green energy will heat existing housing stock to the levels of comfort the cornucopia of cheap, fossil-fuelled energy has seduced us to believe is normal. It isn't, never was, and soon won't be once more.
Posted By: DamonHDThe suggestion from the Met Office is that after Saturday temperatures should go up again a little for many of us in the UK if I've understood the monthly forecast correctly:
Posted By: DamonHDActually the Met Office says as much and now refuses to do public season-ahead forecasts, but I think that the general temperature trends a couple of weeks away are just about believable IMHO...
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