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    Anything except blazing hot summers!

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  1. A much more pleasant 24C in Leeds at the moment (14:56), and not particularly humid. It really doesn't need to be any hotter - we can all enjoy this.
  2. That is a fair point, but the question didn't seem to be worded like that.
  3. You asked the same question about the GFS 06z. Is there any reason why you can't look yourself?
  4. For those of us who don't like the heat, not long to go now before a bit of a cool down - bring it on! Quite happy for dry and sunny weather, but 22C would be perfect!
  5. It’s just a touch too warm for me. I think if you knocked off 3-4 degrees it would be perfect. Looking forward to the cool down!
  6. Must admit I’m quite looking forward to a short mobile spell of weather.
  7. It's wasn't the intention of my post to wind anyone up.
  8. Not everyone likes hot weather. Plenty might be quite pleased about the output. Impartiality
  9. I haven't minded the weather so far this summer (for Wakefield). Appreciate it's been a bit grim in the south. We've had a warm spell for a couple of weeks in early June, but I've not particularly minded the slightly cooler weather, but then again we haven't had the rain that has been had in the south. As I've said before, I don't mind anything that supresses the grass pollen levels, but I'm on holiday later in July and August, and grass pollen is over by then, so would be quite happy for a bit of a warm up, but preferably nothing over 25C, as that is more than adequate, 22C/23C would be perfect
  10. Those type of charts aren’t to be trusted at the 10-14 day range surely?
  11. Absolutely perfect day here in Wakefield. A few days ago Sunday was forecast to rain all day. As it happens it’s partially sunny, dry, warm not hot, ideal temperature. I’ve got jobs done in the garden and it’s much better than when it’s hot and humid. For me, we can have these conditions for the rest of the summer.
  12. Yes it’s strange that. I’m forever hearing people in the street sneezing and sniffling in high summer, and know quite a few people who get it badly like me.
  13. Yes it is an urban myth unfortunately. I've looked at everything, and this one has been officially written off as not having any effect at all.
  14. Really? I know a lot of people who have it. A quick search reveals that 16 million people in the UK have hayfever. I wouldn’t wish it on anyone.
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