4 am this morning..
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    I woke up freezing with cold. Considering my house is well insulated I thought it strange. I got out of bed to see if an external door was open, negative, it was simply bloody cold.

    Now to start the argument.......4 am is traditionally the coldest part of the day.
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    It's now well on the way to 4p.m. in the afternoon and it's still b.cold. (In fact i've just put some heating on and it doesn't help that my sitting room faces north).

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    I woke up freezing with cold. Considering my house is well insulated I thought it strange. I got out of bed to see if an external door was open, negative, it was simply bloody cold.

    Now to start the argument.......4 am is traditionally the coldest part of the day.
    Nope.

    When I used to work nightshift during summer times as a student, with other students and the dregs of Dundee's labour market, in the backyard of a factory that now only employs Eastern Europeans......

    .......the coldest time of the day, was always just before dawn. If 'just before dawn' is 4am, then 4am is the coldest time of the day.

    I would be working fairly steady building up pallet boxes under the night sky, then as it started to become lighter, I would start freezing my bollocks off and would be in need of extra layers.

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    I woke up freezing with cold. Considering my house is well insulated I thought it strange. I got out of bed to see if an external door was open, negative, it was simply bloody cold.

    Now to start the argument.......4 am is traditionally the coldest part of the day.
    Yes that makes sense. It's the longest time since sunset and before sunrise (at this time of the year).

    It can also depend on your heating arrangements. I don't have central heating, I have storage heaters. They build up heat during the night, and let it off during the day. But that means that during the night (which is naturally colder anyway) I don't have any heating.

    I would add that things seem a bit cold for the time of year.
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    Yes that makes sense. It's the longest time since sunset and before sunrise (at this time of the year).

    It can also depend on your heating arrangements. I don't have central heating, I have storage heaters. They build up heat during the night, and let it off during the day. But that means that during the night (which is naturally colder anyway) I don't have any heating.

    I would add that things seem a bit cold for the time of year.
    No.

    4am right now, at this time of year, is just before sunrise.

    Dawn.

    The coldest time of the day!

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    I would add that things seem a bit cold for the time of year.
    Yes, I noticed it too. It must be due to climate change/global warming.
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    I thought Dordie was going to sing "....and it looks like it's going to be another sleepless night..."

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    No.

    4am right now, at this time of year, is just before sunrise.
    That's what I said.
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    Yes, I noticed it too. It must be due to climate change/global warming.
    Climate change has to be measured over time on a global scale. It doesn't mean that some years might not be colder than average in some locations.

    I imagine it must be distinctly chilly up in your part of the world. Back in September 1993 I think it was, I was on a course in London and one student was from Aberdeen. He said he hadn't had his heating off all summer.
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