UK Heatwave: Drought expected to be announced for some regions
In news that won't shock anyone reading in the UK: It's very hot.
A new heatwave has hit the UK which comes amid a water shortage around the country with some regions expected to announce that they are in a drought.
Water boards around the nation have announced a hosepipe ban after weeks and weeks of little to no rain. This comes just a few weeks after record temperatures scorched the country which have left many fields and grassy areas dry and coarse
It may be tempting to open your windows and let air rush in but in the day, you are letting warm air in. At night, cool air will help you home get into a better state.
11. Turn your tech off
Tech products generate heat. And if that isn't something you can tell your boss so they just let you turn off your laptop and have the rest of the day off, we don't know what is.
12. Buy house plants
“Planting trees and vegetation and the creation of green spaces to enhance evaporation and shading are other options, as temperatures in and around green spaces can be several degrees lower than their surroundings," the NHS says. Sounds good.
13. Avoid strenuous exercise outside
This isn't jogging weather, people.
14. Spend your whole day in the supermarket chilled aisle
This isn't that realistic, but we are tempted.
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