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swainclubber

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About swainclubber

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    Up The Dale

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Littleborough,Greater manchester 164m asl
  • Interests
    weather, engineering, watching The Dale, making early nineties style dance tracks
  • Weather Preferences
    Summer storms, hot summer days and Snow :)

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  1. swainclubber

    Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

    I switched to working weekend nights 3 weeks ago. Fri,sat and sun night. Been great having the weekdays off. Got a cracking tan ha
  2. swainclubber

    Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

    Thought Shaw would be higher than that mate. Pennines doing their job sadly. Let down
  3. swainclubber

    Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

    Pennines here giving a good hard bashing, to the precip.
  4. swainclubber

    Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

    Haha. A very spring like driving drizzle here. Beautiful
  5. swainclubber

    Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

    Evening all. Looking forward to yet another snow day. Cracking winter for my locale
  6. swainclubber

    North west regional discussion

    It' not likely to affect us now bud. Nothing to our east and not making northern movement our way
  7. swainclubber

    North west regional discussion

    Absolutely insane out there wow. A good six inches on the ground at 7am with decent drifts in exposed places. Now an absolute snizzle storm. Raging winds. Fantastic.
  8. swainclubber

    North west regional discussion

    Looking bleak now for my area big gaps between the showers. Fizzling out in the last few frames too. Good day though can't complain
  9. swainclubber

    North west regional discussion

    Good grief matey you must live in a sheltered spot. Must be bliss in spring etc missing all the rain ha
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