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Last updated on August 5th, 2017 at 01:58 pm
The Independent’s environment editor, back in April:
The possibility is growing that Britain in 2007 may experience a summer of unheard-of high temperatures, with the thermometer even reaching 40C, or 104F,a level never recorded in history …
This would be quite outside all historical experience, but entirely consistent with predictions of climate change.
Sunday: 73° F. / 23° C.
Monday: 69° F. / 21° C.
Tuesday: 73° F. / 23° C.
Wednesday: 71° F. / 22° C.
Thursday: 71° F. / 22° C.
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