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#14506 fsharpminor

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Posted 20 February 2019 - 16:34

Was 9.5 deg C when I came downstairs this morning at 7.30, but it was raining. Has passed over now and is brighter, but few gaps in the cloud. Its currently 11.5 deg C. Pressure 1013.6mB steady. We are forecast 15 deg C max for tomorrow. smile.png  


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Posted 21 February 2019 - 20:16

Calm, somewhat overcast, and had rained overnight, but even milder. We actually got to 15.8 deg C mid afternoon, though I understand at Aboyne in Aberdeenshire, a record February temperature (for Scotland) of 18.3 was reached . Pressure has been rising since lunchtime , is now 1026 mB


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#14508 mel2

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Posted 21 February 2019 - 21:43

It's all wrong, I tell you -wrong!
One shouldn't be feeling overdressed in an overcoat in February.

It was my 40th wedding anniversary last weekend, and on that day in 1979 the bridegroom had to decamp to his parents' house to get ready, as the pipes in his house were solid ice and the water in his lavatory had frozen in the bowl. The shovelled snow was several feet deep by the sides of the roads as we made our careful way to Scarborough having abandoned our original honeymoon plans due to impossible weather conditions.
Happy days...
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Posted Yesterday, 14:07

Stormy. So no ferries = no papers + empty supermarket shelves.


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Posted Yesterday, 15:11

Stormy. So no ferries = no papers + empty supermarket shelves.

What happens during an extended period of poor weather?

 

In my part of the world its a little chilly but dry and sunny.


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Posted Yesterday, 15:20

Rather overcast, but continuing mild, temp currently 13.6 deg C . Felt cooler this morning as there was a light breeze, but the trees aren't moving at all now. Pressure is fairly steady at 1028.4mB


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Posted Yesterday, 15:27

Frosty this morning but blue sky and sunny all day. A chilly wind though, straight from Siberia I guess. According to Mr.G there is stilll snow about in the woods where the sun cannot get at it.

The hang-gliders like it though. They must be mad.


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Posted Yesterday, 23:40

Very very foggy when I left the house at 6.30am - but lovely to have it almost light in the mornings now.

 

By the time I left work at 4pm it was very mild and bright.

 

Something bothers me about spring having sprung in the middle of February...

 

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