UK “Extreme Heatwave” Forecast

UK meteorologists, water firms issue warnings as extreme heatwave looms

The forecast for London looks almost identical to the forecast for Cheyenne, Wyoming where we are having lovely summer weather.

London, United Kingdom 10-Day Weather Forecast | Weather Underground

After next Tuesday, Liz Cheney no longer has to pretend she represents the people of Wyoming.

Cheyenne, WY 10-Day Weather Forecast | Weather Underground

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9 Responses to UK “Extreme Heatwave” Forecast

  1. Eli the Pit Bulldog says:

    Question is, does Wyoming have a system in place to prevent late night ballot dumps?

  2. rah says:

    She will make the 4th to lose their primary bid. The other 4 that will be gone that voted to impeach Trump decided not to run even though none of them are even close to retirement age.

    In the meantime Trump endorsed candidates did well in the Primaries yesterday showing that the multiple claims in the press that Trump’s influence in the Republican party is waning to be lies. As if the raid did not prove that.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Progressives in yonder People’s Republic of Boulder say the FBI raid is a proof that Trump committed crimes.

  3. Michael Peinsipp says:

    90°F is a typical Summer day to us here in KY.
    AND our dew point levels are at 75 not that pipsqueak 38!

  4. Scissor says:

    Yes, but you don’t have to share public transportation with some third world “refugee” who has perhaps never taken a shower.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      True, but showering destroys the Earth and it must stop. When it does, smelly locals will fight back on a level playing field.

  5. Ulric Lyons says:

    My solar based UK forecast published in April predicted a strong warm burst from 27 July added to by a weaker warm burst from 3 August. The timing was good but the temperature intensities were the reverse, and also the reverse with the solar wind speed and with the North Atlantic Oscillation anomalies. 17 July to 26 July I had stronger negative NAO predicted, which turned out weakly negative, and was interrupted by that hot Saharan plume.

    NAO index:

  6. In previous years such warm temperatures would be greeted with delight, especially since we hardly saw the Sun from September to March. If there is a water problem, it is due to incompetence and poor management, probably inspired by ‘green’ policies. ‘Climate crisis’ is a fig leaf for all manner of malfeasance and corruption.

  7. They have already called the two days in July ‘a heatwave’ . Now they have run out of hyperbole. It happens the usual leftist litany; right wing, homophobic, white supremacist, when used nowadays merely indicates the absence of a connection between the individual’s brain and mouth.

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