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When is the Warmest Period of the Day?

What time of day is the hottest?

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The warmest part of the day starts from 3 o’clock to 6 o’clock in the afternoon and the hottest temperature is often found within the 5:30 – 6:00 pm time range. The temperature in these ranges varies from one country to another. So, now you know that noon isn’t really the warmest period of the day.

Nevertheless, why is that so? It’s because the surface of the Earth doesn’t’ heat up immediately. The heating up process known as thermal response lasts for a maximum of 4 hours. Thus, the warmest temperature is recorded in the latter part of the afternoon and not during its early hours.

If you’re someone who can’t stay under the heat of the sun for a long time, then this is definitely good news for you. It’s because you know now that it’s safe for you to go fishing or do other outdoor activities late in the afternoon for your skin would never get burned during that time period.

However, just keep the stress level of your activity to a minimal level for you not to be dehydrated and for you to keep away from developing a heat stroke.

Drink lots of water during this time of the day. Prevent from consuming coffee or alcohol late in the afternoon simply because these beverages can never hydrate your system. If you really want to go jogging during this time period, just make sure that you are aware of your sweat rate and don’t forget to bring a bottle of water with you.

Now, how do you know your sweat rate? Well, just have your weight measured before and after an exercise routine. Make sure that you don’t have any clothes on when you stand on the weighing scale. Also, wipe your sweat away after you exercise. Take note of the difference in your weight and consume an equivalent amount of water to replenish what you have lost.

Simply do activities that you are capable of enduring for you not to faint during this time of the day.

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