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    Pendle, East Lancashire, North West England
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  1. No storms here last night but I got a good nights sleep unlike the night before which is something I suppose.
  2. Yes that would be perfect. But sadly it probably won’t happen. Our summers seem to be all or nothing these days - a few days of excessive heat followed by weeks of dull, wet and cool weather.
  3. It’s because the wind has been coming off the North Sea since Saturday, that’s why. I know it’s frustrating to miss out on the warm weather when most other parts of the country are getting it, but on the other hand, you’ve stayed cool and cloudy whereas parts of the south east have been sweltering with temps up to 20 degrees hotter than you. The North Sea acts as like a giant air conditioner. Bit in bold, maybe consider that a good thing. I bet a lot of people from the south east would be willing to swap with you right now…
  4. Yeah much fresher here today in East Lancs too, and much cooler tonight, only 15°C now.
  5. Yep not long till spider season now. Always get a few massive ones in September and October. I've never found one on the bed though!
  6. This morning is a different story though. There is a lovely strong easterly breeze now. Heaven! Got all the windows open and it’s already down to 23°C in the bedroom. Shouldn’t have any problems sleeping tonight.
  7. Well last night was horrible. Didn’t get to sleep till 4 am because of the heat. Had the bedroom window open but didn’t do anything to decrease the temperature until very late in the night, but shared my room last night with millions of bugs as they are attracted to the indoor light. Not pleasant being attacked by moths when you’re trying to get to sleep! It was 25°C last night in my bedroom by the way, and it was way too hot for sleeping, I dread to think what it would be like down in the south east...
  8. Yes there were loads of them in my house last night as I had the windows open. I’ve noticed them for the last few nights actually. Guess autumn isn’t too far off in East Lancs then. Usually starts to feel autumnal around late August early September around here most years.
  9. There were loads of them in my house last night! Once they get in they get stuck and can’t seem to find a way out again, so I pick them up and put them out the window.
  10. This morning is a different story though. There is a lovely strong easterly breeze now. Heaven! Got all the windows open and it’s already down to 23°C in the bedroom. Shouldn’t have any problems sleeping tonight. Currently 19°C with 90% humidity.
  11. Well last night was horrible. Didn’t get to sleep till 4 am because of the heat. Had the bedroom window open but didn’t do anything to decrease the temperature until very late in the night, but shared my room last night with millions of bugs as they are attracted to the indoor light. Not pleasant being attacked by moths when you’re trying to get to sleep! It was 25°C last night in my bedroom by the way, and it was way too hot for sleeping, I dread to think what it would be like down in the south east.
  12. It’s the moths and daddy long legs that did me in last night. Loads of ‘em!
  13. Yes it’s been a bit like last summer really, short bursts of intense heat followed by much longer periods of dull, wet and cool weather (though July 2019 was much nicer than July 2020). Personally not a fan. Not much usable weather as you say, my favourite conditions for summer is low 20’s and sun but I don’t think there’s been a single day like that here this summer. It’s either been below 20°C and mostly cloudy and damp or in the high 20’s and humid. No in-between. I hope this isn’t the way further summers are going. I really enjoyed the spring. Mid/high teens/low twenties temps, lots of sunshine, low humidity, not much rain, couldn’t ask for better.
  14. Or like last summer, short bursts of intense heat followed by protracted periods of dull, wet and cool weather.
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