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Bloody hell it just hit 40C on my back verandah here in beautiful downtown Bli Bli, but the humidity is only 40%, a very strange day, it's certainly hot but I don't need the aircon on in the hoiuse.........

How's the rest of the country fairing?
 

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Hit 37.5 here a while ago.
Nice in the aircon at work though.
Don't feel to bad about working late this arvo. It's days like this I'm glad I moved into the office.
 

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Noosa.30C in my Gazebo a couple of hours ago. Now 27C. Humidity is high. Drink plenty.
Now ain't that strange, 40C and 40% here and high RH% and 30C where you are??????? and we are only separated by 30odd k.
 

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It was high 30's here only a few days ago.... this morning 10c and storms.. stupid weather gods WHERE IS SUMMER!
 

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We get the sea breezes here Gee. It does make a difference. Down on The Sound they will be sweltering. I lived there once and it is one of the reasons I moved up the hill.
 

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13 deg and windy. we got 34 the other day . damn wish weather would be one way or the other.
 

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Mind you, living on The Sound did have some advantages. When I retired (24 years ago) I used to enjoy a morning stroll down to Hastings Street. There was a very nice little Café, Café Kokomo, where I could buy a delightful selection of breakfast snacks. I used get the morning paper and read it after breakfast. Usually had a cappucino or two and sometimes orange juice.

I liked watching the day get started, shopkeepers opening up, delivery vans arriving and people heading off to Main Beach. Everything was waking up.

It was very civilised and a little French. Made a great start to the day for me.
 

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9 degrees, pissing rain and windy.
Pretty typical Summers day in Melbourne.
 

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Mind you, living on The Sound did have some advantages. When I retired (24 years ago) I used to enjoy a morning stroll down to Hastings Street. There was a very nice little Café, Café Kokomo, where I could buy a delightful selection of breakfast snacks. I used get the morning paper and read it after breakfast. Usually had a cappucino or two and sometimes orange juice.

I liked watching the day get started, shopkeepers opening up, delivery vans arriving and people heading off to Main Beach. Everything was waking up.

It was very civilised and a little French. Made a great start to the day for me.
Esty, Sounds very much like Bli Bli caravan park of a morning..... just a little bit french.
 

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Eating out for breakfast doesn't seem to be an Australian thing. Not that I've noticed anyhow. Might be different in Melbourne or parts of Sydney. It is a European thing though.
 

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Dunno what it was here at Birkdale, mid 30's I guess. Hot enough to sweat, but could have been the BBQ roasting two lamb legs, a Pork shoulder and a tray of baked potato's to feed 15 retired coppers and their wives at our Qld Retired Police Assn, Redlands Branch Xmas break-up luncheon at our place. Also got up at 6.30 this morning to make a 600mm x 400mm x 60mm tray of lasagne, plenty of left over Lasagne and pork shoulder for the weekend........

Had a refreshing shower of rain about 4pm to cool the afternoon off. Very pleasant here at the moment, hang on that's the Air con......... glad I don't live in Vic or SA , too cold and wet. Mate rings up two three times a week from rosebud West either whinging about the heat, cold or bloody rain....
 
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