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jock1



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05/08/2010 03:21

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its the back o 3, my goodness what a heat here.....



SAFFI


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Go and have a cold shower Jock, I have heard the humidity is high over there at the moment esp at night,

Take care



Saffi



apc2010


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05/08/2010 04:27

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i am curious why this thread says the weather in trnc ,,, what would be wrong with "the weather in Cyprus"



SAFFI


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05/08/2010 04:42

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Re msg 3

Nothing wrong with the weather in Cyprus !

It is what is is ? Typical at this time of year yes ?



apc2010


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05/08/2010 04:47

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msg 4 , you missed my point , i was asking why people SAY Roc/ dark side or trnc / n/ cyprus rather to refer to the whole island , just an observation ....



SAFFI


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05/08/2010 04:54

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Cyprus is Cyprus !!!



Jefferson


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Message 3. Perhaps it is because the Forum asks us to put North Cyprus in the title where possible.



booitsme


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05/08/2010 08:08

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Suppose it's because we can only comment on the weather for whichever area we're in! It does vary greatly from one end of the island to the other (we had NO breeze the other night, yet our friends at the other end of the island had to close their windows to stop a searingly hot wind coming in) and is often totally different once you go the other side of the mountains. I can't remember it being so humid last summer but then maybe that's just my memory



greylag


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05/08/2010 08:26

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Hottest weather on record,as i understand,

Grey.



deputydawg


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05/08/2010 10:06

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SAFFI, where do you find a shower in Cyprus at this time which is delivering cool let alone cold water ? I am wondering whether or not Jock is dehydrated due to filling his cool drinks dispenser with the finest Scottish Whiskey ? To get into the swimming pool seems to be only the difference between poaching or frying !



Lilli



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05/08/2010 10:13

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hottest for 60 years,i think its frying all our brains. there have been deaths south side from heat exhaustion. that wind the other night was something else. i beleive it was from the sahara. the poor animals are really suffering x



wanderer


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05/08/2010 10:18

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A 67-YEAR-OLD man from Kokkines in Larnaca was found dead yesterday from suspected heatstroke.

Earlier in the day a 90-year-old woman was hospitalised suffering from heatstroke, doctors said, as the island went through the fourth day of a heatwave, unprecedented in terms of temperature.

The 67-year-old man was found by his wife behind the chicken coop on the familyís property yesterday afternoon. Aradippou police are investigating his death but reports from Larnaca said heatstroke was the likely culprit.

The 90-year-old woman who was admitted to hospital yesterday was one of many who visited the emergency room at Larnaca General Hospital with heat-related symptoms, according to the Director of the Hospitalís Accident and Emergency Department, Dr. Kyriakos Kyriakides.

He said numbers were 50 per cent higher than usual.

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http://www.cyprus-mail.com/cyprus/heat-starts-take-its-toll/20100804



jock1



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deputydawg, The pool won it this morning, and it worked.....



booitsme


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Lilli - you would love how one of our dogs has figured out a way to cool down................... every time we open the freezer door he runs over and licks it!!!!! Getting through lots of disinfectant cleaning it afterwards but he seems quite happy!



nurseawful



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05/08/2010 12:18

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It's the humidity here in Lapta that's worse than the heat. The cloud hasn't shifted from the mountain this morning. Anyone with asthma would be better staying indoors with a fan running.



Chris



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05/08/2010 12:55

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wanderer re: Message 12. I read this report yesterday and also today. Your version is today's. Yesterday the report actually said "The 67 year old man was found by his wife behind the chicken coop ...................... Police do not suspect foul play. Honestly!



Great journalism.



deputydawg


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05/08/2010 13:03

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Thought you would be back in bed by now Jock ! Message 15 reminds me of 2 horrible years in Gibraltar in the 1960s when the "levant" weather often brought a cloud of humidity stuck to the top of the rock making life sweaty and headaches the norm for most people. Some soldiers even suffered a phobia whereby they could not stop looking at the levant (there was little else to see). It was dubbed "Rock Crazy" and extreme cases were returned to UK via a visit to a "Shrink". All a bit worrying as I now find that I keep looking at the cloud which is all too often stuck above Alsancak and Lapta. I can't afford a shrink but my self diagnoses is that so far I am still capable of rational and lucid thought so it must be true that "A bird may sing with a broken wing but, one can't pluck feathers off a frog" ! How profound is that ? They will soon come to take me away ahaa, ahee, ahaa. Off to the pool, again



TopTen


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05/08/2010 13:05

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Raining in Sheffield



wynyardman



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05/08/2010 13:14

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Jock1,



They say that the sun shines on the righteous! (nothing about cooking you half to death though)



Bright sunshine and crisp here in the UK. I was out at 7.30 am mowing the lawns.



Take care the both of you.



wynyardman



RachB



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05/08/2010 14:33

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I think I would rather be too hot than the weather we have forecast for the next few days here in London - I can't believe it's August!



newlad



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05/08/2010 17:14

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"I was out at 7.30 mowing the lawns" still using that three legged donkey then Wyn,

Paul.



stellasstar1



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05/08/2010 17:15

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You wouldn't want this heat and humidity, I can assure you.



Tootie


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Overcast with a nice breeze, Thermometer outside reading 29...

Edremit



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05/08/2010 17:19

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17.20 in Ozankoy and it looks as though there could be a storm brewing.



Tootie


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05/08/2010 17:21

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Accuweather are saying 95% probability of a thunderstorm?



Tootie


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05/08/2010 17:23

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What temp is anyone else recording outside and where?



sunshine22



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05/08/2010 17:26

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6.30pm in Dubai and it's 49 deg and 98% humidity



newlad



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05/08/2010 17:29

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Breezy,overcast,dull,cool,long johns weather in Hull,

Paul.



Tootie


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05/08/2010 17:34

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Is the sea warm Paul ?



timefore


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05/08/2010 17:37

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31c here in catalkoy - humidity rising - oh no (17.35)



jock1



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05/08/2010 17:51

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I need a Hot woman !!!!!



wynyardman



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05/08/2010 18:53

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Msg 21,



Just stick with the body lotion sun. Its more your style!



wyn



wynyardman



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05/08/2010 18:55

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Msg 31.



I can pop your lass in the oven, if that will help.



wyn



nurseawful



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05/08/2010 18:58

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30.7C here on the Lapta seaside and clouds still hovering.



Chris



jock1



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05/08/2010 19:00

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wyn, nope..................



wynyardman



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05/08/2010 19:03

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Jock,



I would bring back the birch for naughty boys.



wyn



newlad



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05/08/2010 19:28

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Toots,

The only time the North sea feels warm is when you pee in it,

Paul.



wynyardman



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Paul.



I bet you use a dictaphone as well!



wyn



swannee7


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05/08/2010 19:42

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Storm clouds could be brewing for you all out there. Something has to give after so many days of extreme tempws & humidity. Nicosia apparently had storms over the past 36 hours.... Keep going and stick it out! lol



newlad



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Wyn,

Mess 38,you been talking to Slimblos,

Paul.



Tootie


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05/08/2010 20:21

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Paul is Mr Chu still open? Top Chinky.

Was always worth the Bridge ticket to there from my side,

Saw 2 Jags pissed a few times @ Chu's



Thepeasant


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Message Posted:
05/08/2010 20:27

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Bloody warm. My first post.



Hello all.



kenny



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Message Posted:
05/08/2010 20:59

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welcome peasant.



scoobydoo


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Message Posted:
05/08/2010 21:10

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I wish it would just rain and clear the clouds and freshen up the air, we need it



newlad



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05/08/2010 21:14

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Welcome peasant its dull in ull.Yes Toots Chu is still there,

Paul.



timefore


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06/08/2010 13:17

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1315 - 37c (shade temperature) on our patio but pool does not help as that is 34c - maybe i'll try the frozen peas!



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