Author: Janet Carr

Fashion, beauty and animal loving language consultant from South Africa living in Stockholm, Sweden.

2 thoughts

  1. Haha. Yes I live in Dubai. Have a similar picture of the car temp. Surprisingly, evenings are worse because when the sun goes down and the humidity increases it feels like a closed kitchen. We have air conditioning but I feel for the outdoor workers. Tough life.

  2. A minimum of 43 degrees Celsius?? I would be like the Wicked Witch of the West – “I’m mellttttiiinnngg”.

    But the upside to this is, any freshly washed laundry put outside on the clothesline would be done in two shakes of a lamb’s tail!! And when it reaches 52 degrees Celsius, you can ditch the skillet and instead fry your eggs on the sidewalk!

    Many moons ago I did experience this kind of oppressive heat (it was around 120 degrees Fahrenheit) in the SouthWest part of the United States, but thank goodness it was a dry heat. I can’t imagine how people would be able to function at that temperature with high humidity instead – *horrors*!!

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