14/09/2016 – 06:37
Today has been the hottest day of the year and the hottest day in September on record. In recent years the trend has seen “Indian Summers” occur more and more as the hot wind blow up from the Sahara region. This greatly affects our weather here in South East England. Temperatures soared to 34C on Tuesday in our part of Essex while the unseasonably warm weather could continue on until November.
It’s very odd to have the hottest day in autumn but based on what we have seen, it’s not surprising.For pretty much anywhere within 10 miles of the M25 it was the hottest day of the year as you have got the air circulating from London.
It seems strange though that when temperatures rise like this people seem to still stay fully clothed even at home or in the confines of their own home or garden.Taking your clothes off is a great way to cool off allowing the air to circulate all over your body and helps the heat in your body dissipate.
Many more people are taking the chance to be nude and enjoy non sexual social nudity these vary from Clubs,Beaches,World Naked Bike Rides,Naturist Swimming or even naked walks through the woods and countryside. This has also seen a slightly more relaxed attitude from authorities when it comes to public nudity.
At least it cools down a little at night !