Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Recording The Heat

During the house move something happened to our thermometer sensor, it stopped talking to the thermometer and any attempt to make them speak to each other over the weekend just resulted in a lot of beeping, both from the thermometer and from me.

I can't live without knowing how hot it is outside, or more to the point, how cold it is in winter, so yesterday I went out and bought a new one which looks a little bit more reliable than the old one. I had it on in the office yesterday and we reached 30.9c by home time, too warm by far.

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It was horrible overnight, 22c in the house when we went to bed but was dropping outside, this morning, it was down to 14c outside and managed to fall a whole half a degree inside to 21.5c, no wonder we got little sleep! Today looks like it's going to be hotter, I can't wait to start recording temperatures of -2c again :-)

Paul

8 comments:

Jennyta said...

It is Yorkshire you're living in - not the south of France???

Barb said...

Funny. I also need to know what temperature it is outside even when I have no intention of going out in the heat!

Joss said...

That's a funky looking gadget you have there. may I ask where you got it from ?
While I am here thank you for the anniversary message you posted on my blog :)

Snowbabies said...

We got this from Argos, they must be getting quite popular as they have a whole page of them now.

M@ said...

I've been wanting one of those for a long time now. It seems everytime I go to buy one something comes up.

Mandy said...

All my digitals seem to break.. and all my clocks stop too. I'm just weird.. I have powers rofl ;)

gemmak said...

Arghhhh.....the thought of living a day without knowing the external temp. is unthinkable. My OS gadget is thus far still fine but at 7 years old I'm just waiting for it to give up! lol

George said...

Do you always seem to have just too much to do and too little time to do it? Then you need Quick .Quick