• The high 90s (F) at least.
• It would have to be above 90 for a heat wave, here.. above 80 is hot, but I wouldn't consider it a heat wave.
• Definitely the 90's anyone out there having one now its in the 60's here
• For me anything over 80... I don't like hot.
• Over 90 for several days. And I'm looking forward to it!
• 90's - doesn't happen here often.
• Anything over 75 degrees
• 95+ for more than three days
• 80 +
• &quot;For the area I live in, 90 degress would be a heat wave." I can hear the people in Arizona laughing now ... lol.
• There is no single definition. It means a prolonged period of unusually hot weather. What constitutes that varies considerable from Anchorage, Alaska to Baghdad, Iraq. Here in Boston, three or more days where it reaches 90° F in the shade.
• More than 10 consecutive days with daytime highs over 100.
• 90 and above. It would be like having a sauna. +3
• Depends where I'm at. Here in New York, it has more to do with the humidity level so it can be a heat wave at 90 degrees. Back in the part of California where we lived, it was super dry heat so it had to be over 108-110 before I'd say it was a heatwave.
• 100 degrees and above is intolerable for me,and most definitely a heat wave! How about you, NUNYA? :-))
• 40+ degrees celcius. I think that is about 110 fahrenheit.
• considering where i live <don't laugh> 25C would be a heatwave for me. I can't cope with it too hot! I end up with heat stroke probably because not used to it!!
• over 90 to 100+ for 5 days and up
• above 36 degree Centigrade... sorry I forgot the formula to convert it into F
• Any temp that is so high all I want to do is take all my clothes off, but if I do, I still cant get cool...
• 90. That's when I turn on my air conditioner. :)
• Once it hits 80 it's to hot for me.....So I guess 80.
• Anything over 65 in the UK for 3 or more days would be considered a heatwave. LOL
• over 80
• It all depends on how high the humidity is.
• Anything with a dew-point of 70 or more.
• 101 degrees on up!
• what a bunch of wimps! 100f is a little uncomfortable but manageable.
• 114 F is wat i think is a heat wave
• In the 90s for more than a few days.
• ANYWHER BUT NEVADA 110 DEGREES, IN NEVADA 140 = DRY CLIMATE
• 95 degrees Fahrenheit and above.