Weather Thursday 25th July: Hotter than a chili pepper fart

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Another hot and sunny day with light winds. It’ll feel muggy and humid and there will be a risk of scattered thunderstorms across eastern and central areas. Maximum temperature 31°C. Weather’s looking to break down from Friday onwards.

Down on the farm, it’s so hot that we are beginning to melt. Farmer Honey went to Kwik Save to buy us all ice-lollies but they’d all melted the time he’d got back home. We are hoping for a repeat of the thunderstorms we saw the other night. Something to clear the air, as Mrs Honey would say.