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Default West Cornwall unusually hot

Here in the far south-west the temperature normally stops rising as it hits
25-26 degrees as the sea breeze sets in. As we are virtually surrounded by
the sea, temperatures = 28 degrees are very rare.

From 1992 to 2002 inclusive I only recorded 4 days =28 degrees. I have now
had 3 consecutive days 28 (28.1, 28.3 & 28.2 respectively). This is
largely due the almost complete lack of any sea breeze despite the heat. The
airr must have been exceptionally stable.



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