were there. Though travelling on the Underground in that weather would be a once in a life time experience, and not in a good way.
The Tube is hotter and more humid than Hong Kong and Miami, an Evening Standard investigation has found. The combination of soaring temperatures and moist air means London commuters are enduring worse conditions than residents in sub-tropical zones.
Look here too
? Wasted energy may be key to cool-down
? Journey is a breeze for 500,000 on the river
Heatwave conditions - and trains that are already packed - mean the " apparent temperature" has soared above 40C on many routes.
The apparent temperature is an index produced by scientists to show how hot it feels, taking into effect air temperature and humidity.
maybe the IRC should look into this ourage:D