I’m no expert, John, but I suspect that the answer is the same as for 60def F.
As I understand it the effect on your skin is the result of radiation, not
> On 30 Jun 2019, at 00:40, john hudson <om4t@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Which grade of sun screen lotion do you use for 114F out in the sun ?
> Back in June 1971 walking on the Corniche in Beirut I recall being told that
> the surface temperature was enough to fry an egg.
> On 06/28/19 10:32 PM, christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> It was 114F in the south of France today, the highest ever recorded for the
>> country. It is of concern that the hottest time of year there is usually
>> It was 112F here today.
>>> Speaking of which...
>>> We are in the midst of an extreme heatwave. Absolutely horrible
>>> temperatures. Sweltering.
>>> High 70's. Maybe 80.
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