I used to work at a car dealership and had to get in cars that were sitting in the sun all day. It sucked a lot. I remember one customer had a thermometer in the air vents, and when I got in it was reading close to 160°F (71°C). That's when you run the AC and stand outside for like a minute for the inside to cool down. I'm sure the air inside wasn't actually that hot as it was probably reading the dash temperature, but it was intense.
No doubt. That's the thing about climate change, it ain't about the record, it's about the entire game and how easier it'll be to break old records going forward. Plus 2016 if I remember was a fairly strong El Nino year, whereas this year our el nino is sounding meager. So there's also that, which should frighten everyone.
Thats the wrong choice. You can always put on more layers of clothes against the cold but with the opposite you hit a limit soon.
This is the weirdest defense of Fahrenheit by Americans ever
Yeah, It's 9C (48F) here in Bristol and pissing down with rain. Great British Summer!
Oh it gets better
This was Saturday, and sure enough, the temperature reached 51°C today, proof from my friend's car
I'm tired of assholes saying, "Kuwaiti are lazy and they never leave their house" I have a headache from walking for 10 minutes in the sun today, It's just not realistic to be out during this time of the year.
It is a local stereotype, because Gulf Arabs work in public sector jobs where they don't really do anything, while immigrants work the more difficult private sector jobs.