Beating the Heat with Triton

From the “roving reporter”: how to beat the heat with Triton

FWIW, Melbourne is having its hottest week in 100 years.

26C 36C 41C 43C 40C 40C 30C
79F 97F 106F 109F 104F 104F 86F

Not shed weather for a non-insulated steel heat box.

(Update, temps now 26, 36, 41, 43, 44, 43, 37, 33 so have now had hottest ever on record for Melbourne)

Roving Reporter Solution

3 Responses

  1. Great Idea but being in Adelaide looks as though you are having a cold snap 🙂

  2. Mate, if you reckon it’s hot in Melbourne try visiting Adelaide at the moment. !!!

    • Yeah – don’t envy how you guys are traveling. Think I would have emigrated by now if I lived there. I grew up where the top summer temp struggled to crack 25C. 30C is hot. 40C is stupid.
      When I toured Egypt, days of 45C were normal, but they were also expected, and you lived, dressed, behaved, shopped and drank water accordingly. Don’t understand it – that was an easier heat to cope with than here – perhaps because everything is built knowing that it will be that hot.

      Funny how they don’t have hundreds of train cancellations, power outages etc just because it gets a bit hot.

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