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    Hot Temperatures in England

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.exp...nd-weather/amp AA

    Apparently the "Mother Country" is also experiencing a "heat wave". I detest this "summer" weather
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    95 degrees is average weather for Southern US. I advise people to find some pools, lakes, or a sea to swim in for relief. Some wealthier Texan subdivisions have a pool every 2nd-3rd house to cool off in throughout the long hot summers. The problem is most Europeans don't have air condition; we use it across the US as far as PA, NY, and other NE States. Continental US is warmer in many areas similar to the Middle East.

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    Right now it's Litha/ " Midsummer". In earlier years I personally lit, and jumped the bonfires of Litha
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