It is well and truly winter here, but I gather most of this community are experiencing more heat than is welcome!
Seriously, you do not want to risk getting heat stressed, so make sure you stay well hydrated and at a comfortable temperature. I'm used to living through hot summers - we get to over 40C here in summer and the only thing good about it is that the humidity is usually relatively low. This past autumn we had a hot spell that lasted a few weeks, with the worst aspect being that it never dropped below 30C overnight. I'm usually pretty tolerant of hot conditions, but I find that since being diagnosed with CLL, my temperature regulation is not what it used to be. I got really ill with heat stress for the first time ever. I didn't feel hot, I didn't feel thirsty and got overheated and dehydrated. I felt so ill I do not want to go through that again. It knocked me around too - took me a week or so to feel OK again.
PLEASE, don't let this happen to you!
PS Please send any excess heat down my way - I'm not looking forward to paying my next electricity bill. I'll send you some fresh cool breezes in exchange. We've had 100km winds today and worst is forecast tomorrow, so there is plenty of air to spare...