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  1. Manchester Summer Indices 1954 143 1907 147 1956 155 1912 156 1924 158 2012 164 2008 168 1987 169 1946 170 1909 171 1931 173 1978 173 1980 173 1920 174 1923 174 2007 174 1927 175 1948 176 1938 177 1922 178 2011 179 1985 180 1958 184 1972 185 1916 188 1986 189 1965 189 2016 189 1910 190 1936 190 1988 191 2010 191 2019 191 (up to 19th August) 1966 192 1998 192 2017 192 1953 193 1963 194 1993 194 2009 194 1902 195 1915 196 1981 196 1928 197 1962 197 1964 197 2004 197 1952 198 2000 198 1930 199 1974 199 1979 199
  2. Becoming more and more noticeable the lengthening nights
  3. Bancroft's return has been less than impressive as well. 3 wickets down
  4. Warner looks mentally shot, his return is turning into a disaster.
  5. 17th July-16th August 2019: provisionally 201mm. This wet spell all started on the 17th July How does that compare to 31 day calendar months? Wettest January on record: 227.8mm in 1928 Wettest March on record: 178.3 mm in 1981 Wettest May on record: 141.2mm in 1924 Wettest July on record: 171.1mm in 1988 Wettest August on record: 238.4mm in 1956 Wettest October on record: 233.7 mm in 1967 Wettest December on record: 271.6mm in 2015 So that period is up there amongst the wettest spells ever recorded during summer.
  6. 1976 301 1995 298 1983 278 1955 277 1911 274 2018 272 1984 271 1959 269 1975 268 1949 267 1989 262 1947 255 1933 251
  7. That was a nasty blow to Smith. Question: will that have a psychological impact?
  8. Manchester Summer Indices 1954 143 1907 147 1956 155 1912 156 1924 158 2012 164 2008 168 1987 169 1946 170 1909 171 1931 173 1978 173 1980 173 1920 174 1923 174 2007 174 1927 175 1948 176 1938 177 1922 178 2011 179 1985 180 1958 184 1972 185 1916 188 1986 189 1965 189 2016 189 1910 190 1936 190 1988 191 2010 191 1966 192 1998 192 2017 192 2019 192 (up to 16th August) 1953 193 1963 194 1993 194 2009 194 1902 195 1915 196 1981 196 1928 197 1962 197 1964 197 2004 197 1952 198 2000 198 1930 199 1974 199 1979 199
  9. A struggle to dry out when you have 94% humidity and a dewpoint of 15C. It really is damp atmosphere despite the clear skies and wind.
  10. This summer reminds me at times in terms of rainfall of a combination of summer 2007 for intensity and 2012 for prolongedness. Provisional rainfall figures of 182mm for 17th July-14th August is just ridiculous! Already over 300mm of rainfall for this summer up to the 14th August and there was a 3 week period in the middle when only about 8mm fell!
  11. Manchester Summer Indices 1954 143 1907 147 1956 155 1912 156 1924 158 2012 164 2008 168 1987 169 1946 170 1909 171 1931 173 1978 173 1980 173 1920 174 1923 174 2007 174 1927 175 1948 176 1938 177 1922 178 2011 179 1985 180 1958 184 1972 185 1916 188 1986 189 1965 189 2016 189 1910 190 1936 190 1988 191 2010 191 1966 192 1998 192 2017 192 1953 193 2019 193 (up to 15th August) 1963 194 1993 194 2009 194 1902 195 1915 196 1981 196 1928 197 1962 197 1964 197 2004 197 1952 198 2000 198 1930 199 1974 199 1979 199
  12. © Kevin Bradshaw

  13. 70 days to surpass last year's spotless total and there are 138 days left of this year.
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