Hot summer UK


It has been a very hot summer in the UK. The weather has been so hot that many people are struggling with the heat. That’s why I’m going to share some tips on how to stay cool during these hot days.

It has been very hot in the UK

  • It has been very hot in the UK.
  • On average, temperatures have been above 30 degrees Celsius for nine days in a row. That’s nearly double the number of days you’d expect under normal circumstances.
  • Average temperatures were highest on June 29th at 33 degrees Celsius, or 90 degrees Fahrenheit – one degree higher than average for this time of year!
  • And now because of this incredible heat rave temperatures can hit 43c

This is unusual for the UK

The UK is not used to this much heat. The weather is unusual and it is not natural or normal for this time of year in the UK.

People want to stay in the shade

The best way to cool down is to stay in the shade. If you’re looking for a good spot to cool off, there are plenty of options. The beach can be a great place to go if you want something wet and cold on your skin. It’s also important to remember that while swimming is fun when it’s hot outside, it’s also important that you don’t go too far out into the water because it will get even hotter!

Other nice places include parks and public spaces where people can enjoy some shade while they relax in their favourite chairs and talk with their friends or family members. If these aren’t available nearby, then at least try renting one from an office supply store like Staples so that you’ll have somewhere else besides home where everyone can hang out together without worrying about getting too much sun exposure during this time period!

It is hard to sleep at night

As the days grow hotter and hotter in the hot summer, people are finding it difficult to sleep at night. The heat can cause you to toss and turn, making it hard for you to get a good night’s rest.

To help combat this problem, many people have taken to using fans in their bedrooms or bathrooms. These fans push the hot air out of your room and keep the cool air in. It also helps if you keep your windows closed at night so that no outside air can come inside and make things even hotter than they already are!

Another popular option is drinking alcohol before bedtime—especially if you’re not usually a big drinker. While some might find this method uncomfortable or unpleasant (since alcohol tends to make people drowsy), others have found that consuming alcohol before bed makes it easier for them fall asleep faster than normal without feeling groggy afterwards due to dehydration issues caused by excessive sweating during those long summer nights spent under blankets trying not to wake up too early during those extra-hot months where we all just want something cold on hand right now!

Some people are not used to so much heat

Some people are not used to so much heat.

They’re not used to the heat in the UK.

The hot weather is causing problems for some people.

People are drinking more liquids

  • Drinking more water.
  • Drinking more soft drinks.
  • Drinking more alcohol.
  • Drinking more coffee.
  • Drinking more tea.
  • Drinking energy drinks and milkshakes in hot weather can be dangerous as they contain high amounts of caffeine, which can cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, nervousness or difficulty sleeping (referred to as “caffeine jitters”).

These include water, soft drinks and alcohol

The first thing to note is that alcohol is a diuretic, meaning that it makes you pee more. That’s a good thing if you have to go but bad news if you don’t have time for a bathroom break when you need one. The second thing is that alcohol is a depressant; which means it slows down and impairs parts of your body, including the heart. That makes it unsafe for people who take medication like beta blockers or ACE inhibitors—a type of blood pressure drug—because they can become dizzy or faint when they drink alcohol while taking them.

Thirdly, alcohol isn’t healthy: It increases the risk of certain cancers (mouth cancer and breast cancer), liver disease (cirrhosis), high blood pressure, stroke and diabetes mellitus type 2; plus it slows down brain development in teenagers so they’re more likely to develop mental health problems later in life such as depression or schizophrenia,” says Dr Emma Derbyshire from University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.”

Beer sales have gone up by 50%

This summer, beer sales have gone up by 50% in the UK. The reason? People are looking for drinks that will help them stay cool during this heat wave. Beer is a great thirst quencher and can be enjoyed on its own or with some food.

  • According to an article in The Telegraph, “The heatwave has seen a 65 per cent increase in sales of ice cream as well as other frozen treats such as slush puppies.”
  • In general, there has been an increase in drinking over the past few years because of all these hot summers we’ve had recently – not just drinks but also other things like coffee and tea!

Many people wear less clothes to feel cooler

Many people are wearing less clothes to feel cooler. This may be surprising to you, as it is quite a common misconception that more clothes make you feel cooler. To help explain why this is, let’s take a look at the process of heat transfer. Heat transfer occurs when one object absorbs energy from another object. When we sweat (which happens when our body temperature rises because it has become hotter than our surroundings), we lose some heat and cool down by evaporating water from our skin into the air around us. As we do so, there is less moisture in our clothing that can absorb this water vapor – therefore decreasing its ability to keep us cool! To combat this effect, many people have begun opting for lighter-weight fabrics like cotton or even silk which allow them maximum flexibility while still keeping them safe from UV rays without leaving too much exposed skin out in the sun.”

People are struggling with the hot summer

In the UK, it’s been pretty hot. And by hot, I mean that it was more than 20 degrees celcius outside every day for a month. That’s not particularly unusual for most of the summer. What is unusual is how unprepared people are to deal with it.

People are struggling to stay cool because they’re not used to having such hot weather all at once—it usually comes in waves, with cooler days in between them. This year, the temperatures stayed high for weeks on end and many people struggled to cope with their new reality.

To make matters worse, most houses don’t have air conditioning (AC) so there’s no escape from the heat inside either! Other countries might have AC but here we rely on fans or windows open just enough so we can feel some breeze as we cool down from our daily activities like walking around outside all day long until you get home at night exhausted but feeling good about yourself because at least you didn’t die today…


It’s been a very hot summer in the UK. People are struggling with the heat, and there are many ways to stay cool. You can drink lots of liquids like water or soft drinks, and eat foods that will make you feel better when they digest in your stomachs like ice cream or salads. What do you do when it gets really hot outside?

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