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Monday, January 26, 2009

Melbourne weather forecast for this week

TUE Sunny. Very Hot. Dry. 38ºC
WED Sunny. Very Hot. Dry. 39ºC
THU Sunny. Very Hot. Dry. 40ºC
FRI Sunny. Very Hot. Dry. 40ºC
SAT Mostly Sunny. Hot. Dry.36ºC
So bloggers in Melbourne, how will you cope? Me, I am dragging everything I need in to the house tonight. Last week I made myself sick working in the shed and walking in the heat.



Lavender January 27, 2009 at 7:41 AM  

A little something for you over here, obligation free, just a small way to say Thank You!

Thats the forcast for THERE?

I might not survive the week LOL!!

Lucy Bowler January 27, 2009 at 9:55 AM  

I will make sure we have three meals a day and any other activities are a bonus! Oh, and have a walk at 6.30am before it gets too hot. I'm not worried about my creative work as I'm taking holidays until my son goes to school next Monday.
By the way, you can add a few degrees on to those temperatures for us - it will be hotter in the north east of the state!

Gwen Buchanan January 27, 2009 at 1:57 PM  

I wish I could send you some of this snow to cool you down.. now goto the fridge.. open the door and stick your head in the freezer and pretend you are in Canada!!! Brrr.. do you feel it... now put your toes in!!!!

Baino January 28, 2009 at 6:38 AM  

I feel for you down there. I'm betting it's heading our way and wending it's way up the east coast. I haven't got aircon so glad I'm at work this week . . .stay cool!

Melanie January 28, 2009 at 1:45 PM  

Lavender - Thanks Heaps. I will be showing them off for sure because I love showing off:)

Lucy - I wonder if the kids will mind if I just feed them icypoles all week, Its too hot to even feed them hehe.

Gwen - The frost on my chest freezer looks almost like snow. Maybe I should climb in there and sit. I think I could squeeze in. I just cant imagine it snowing anywhere today:)

Baino - I have air con too but cannot stand being trapped in front of it and falling so far behind. My work place( out in the shed) would have reached about 50 degrees by now

Lucy Bowler January 28, 2009 at 6:44 PM  

Icy poles are certainly the go! Dinner was a bit optional here tonight, one took up that offer and one surprisingly went back for seconds!!!
We have the fridge stocked with kool pops and they're really coming in handy.

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