Monday, July 27, 2009

Malta experienced it's hottest July in 21 years!!




According to our online newspaper, a lethargic lull fell over Malta yesterday as the mercury hit a sizzling 41.6˚C, falling just 1.1 degrees short of the highest recorded July temperature 21 years ago.
The hottest day recorded in Malta was in August 1999 when temperatures soared to 43.8˚C.

5 comments:

Leif Hagen said...

Ouch! Hope you were all able to stay cool!

B SQUARED said...

That's too hot. You need to cool out by the sea.

MsGourmet said...

OMG that's hot!

Zen said...

I don't know why but on that day I did not feel that hot - could it be because it wasn't that humid? I stayed inside most of the day and closed all apertures - that could have helped keep our house cool. Most of the people tend to think that if they open all apertures during a heatwave they would feel better but it's all wrong reasoning.

Anonymous said...

I did a big poo that day