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Sunday, 25 February

See You All at ExCel?

We have busted through the mercury, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees with wall to wall sunshine for most of us, writes Vicky Lopez.

I expect many of you are heading to the Facilities Show at London ExCel on Wednesday and Thursday. Arriving looking cucumber cool will be a tough ask.

Although the weak low front will bring a break in temperatures for some further north and in the Midlands I don’t expect that in the South we will see much respite.

As the weather front sinks down the UK there is a chance of thundery showers on the leading edge however it is unlikely to reach the South-East.

Wednesday and Thursday remain very warm with temperatures either side of 30 degrees and a very outside chance of a thundery shower as humidity builds.

 

Refreshments

If it all becomes a bit much and your exhibition visit is reaching melt down, then head for the De-ice VIP and Networking Café where you can cool down, have a cold drink, recharge your phone (and yourself) before heading off.

 

Post-Show

Come the end of the week though conditions will turn cooler across the board and the coming weekend will feel much different to last.

Picture: If you find yourself in need of a cool drink whilst visiting We have busted through the mercury, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees with wall to wall sunshine for most of us, writes Vicky Lopez.

I expect many of you are heading to the Facilities Show at London ExCel on Wednesday and Thursday. Arriving looking cucumber cool will be a tough ask.

Although the weak low front will bring a break in temperatures for some further north and in the Midlands I don’t expect that in the South we will see much respite.

As the weather front sinks down the UK there is a chance of thundery showers on the leading edge however it is unlikely to reach the South-East.

Wednesday and Thursday remain very warm with temperatures either side of 30 degrees and a very outside chance of a thundery shower as humidity builds.

 

Refreshments

If it all becomes a bit much and your exhibition visit is reaching melt down, then head for the De-ice VIP and Networking Café where you can cool down, have a cold drink, recharge your phone (and yourself) before heading off.

 

Post-Show

Come the end of the week though conditions will turn cooler across the board and the coming weekend will feel much different to last.

Picture: If you find yourself in need of a cool drink whilst visiting the shows at ExCel, De-Ice have refreshmentsthe shows at ExCel, De-Ice have refreshments

Article written by Victoria Lopez

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