Perhaps not surprising considering that the hottest July day ever was 36 degrees in 1911. link
It kinda reminds me of when I was couriering in Calgary and the weather hit 30 degrees even and all the Calgarians were suffering a lot.
Here’s the latest reading in Oxford from the BBC weather website….
|Current Nearest Observations:
South Easterly Wind (15 mph)
Relative Humidity (%): 24,
Pressure (mB): 1014, Falling,
Visibility: Very good
Observed: Wed 19/07/2006 at