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Kev Spence wrote:
a swap now would be fine. :D


I'll drink to that!

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Cooler today with only 21-22C and sunshine, but tomorrow would be nice again with 25-27C and if we have to believe the forecast we gonna get some nice heat here again next week, couple 30C days are possible at the moment.

It's to far to know for sure, but I hope so.

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Exotic Life wrote:
Cooler today with only 21-22C and sunshine, but tomorrow would be nice again with 25-27C and if we have to believe the forecast we gonna get some nice heat here again next week, couple 30C days are possible at the moment.

It's to far to know for sure, but I hope so.

Robbin


You're only about 100 miles across the water from us so how can it be so nice there and pants here :cry:

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Odd weather for us, significantly cooler than normal. Highs should top 30 degrees daily, but we have been getting no higher than 27-29 C and dropping to the low 20's at night. This has been happening even on sunny days, making it even more unusual. If this keeps up the rice crop is going to be very poor this year. The last time this happened was 1993 during a strong El Nino. Except for all the rain, I'm not complaining though, it has been much more comfortable.

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My family and I drove through Glasgow yesterday just before midday at the back end of a shower and the car thermometer registered 11C :shock:

Talk about laughable, PMSL, what a biag of shite July has turned out to be :lol:


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Adam its time to go on holiday....... :lol:

8.7 C and 19.2 C was the high and low for the middle bit of the UK Friday


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Kev Spence wrote:
Adam its time to go on holiday....... :lol:


I'm off to Athens on Thursday :D 33C would be average for the time of year but this year has been warmer than average so far, so I expect to see a few days in the 38-40C range, and nights at 23-27C.

It sometimes rains in August. This year, I doubt it'll rain again before October.

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Kev Spence wrote:
Adam its time to go on holiday....... :lol:


The trouble with goin on holiday is one has to come back :)

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hilts wrote:
Kev Spence wrote:
Adam its time to go on holiday....... :lol:


The trouble with goin on holiday is one has to come back :)


Do you really? ... In most cases , yes.

Cooled down to a repectable 33°C (91°F) today. Felt nice in comparison to the upper 30's celcius this past week.

Cheers, Barrie.

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Kev Spence wrote:
Adam its time to go on holiday....... :lol:

8.7 C and 19.2 C was the high and low for the middle bit of the UK Friday


Kev,

I have been on holiday for the last 2 weeks and it is back to the office tomorrow :(

The weather has been poor. However, there have been lots of things going on that have kept me happy and I had a week in Majorca at the end of June.

Here's hoping for a good end to the summer :D

Although, I have been looking at my Acers today and they are starting to show their Autumn colours. It's not far away is it? :shudder:

Adam


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It's not far away is it?


Do'nt say the w-word Adam........20 C today in the middle bit of the UK and no rain either does not seem right really.

I hear Bristol has had its wettest July since 1880 ......... :shock:

Barrie 30 C is showing off I assume your lawn is brown now then.. :lol:

We went to Leicester carribean carnival Saturday and guess what the heavens opened and everyone got very wet.............again. :roll: ...........come on Barrie our turn next with the sun.


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I have read that some places in the UK have had up to 350% of their average rainfall in July :shock:

We have been wet up here, but thankfully not that wet.


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Adam D wrote:
I have read that some places in the UK have had up to 350% of their average rainfall in July :shock:


Must be the same weather systems hitting us all in the Atlantic sea border. Rainiest July in 15 years down here in the Northern coast. Which means half the country on fire, but not us this time (thankfully).

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Kev ... brown discribes my lawn two months ago, battered is a better adjective.

Cheers, Barrie.

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Yikes do you think it will come back they always say it will!!
Its not rained for two days here seems a bit strange. :lol:


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