As seems to be the way of this city, as it was in winter there are two temperatures: the temperature, and then - in place of the windchill factor reducing the temperature - there is a humidity factor which raises the heat. So for example the forecast says it's 27, the 'feels like' humidity factor makes it 35 degrees.
All I know is that it was hot inside:
An almighty thunderstorm in the early evening cooled the place ever so slightly, but it also caused 35,000 residents to lose power. We were lucky and managed to escape the power-cut, thankfully!
The humidex is expected to reach 40 degrees tomorrow (Friday), but then thunderstorms should bring cooler relief for the weekend.