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    Newbury, Berkshire. 107m ASL.
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    Not in any particular order, the following: Ornithology, Natural History, Amateur Meteorology, Phenology, Blogging, Varied Research, Reading Books and Music.
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    Summer:sunny, some Thunder,Winter:cold & snowy spells,Other:transitional

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  1. Last Christmas saw flooding across a vast swathe of the South, Southeast and Southwest and even further afield. A great many folk were unable to enjoy Christmas in their own homes. Thankfully, this Christmas appears to me at least to offer us all, a much drier picture, with potential for a Frost or two. Post-Christmas, I think we will witness something else entirely but and it is an important BUT, we are NOT enduring and are NOT expected to endure a pattern anything like the 2013/14 Winter.

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    2. Steve C

      Steve C

      Yes, unlikely to have a weather pattern like last winter, but winter could easily provide one off events more severe than was seen a year ago. Winter is always to be respected, in whatever guise.

    3. gottolovethisweather


      Indeed Steve, I actually believe the Winter as a whole might be rather mundane for some but I expect one or two proper quality snowstorms thrown into the mix.

    4. Steve C

      Steve C

      I'm hoping for a cold, but relatively benign (in terms of wind) type this year. I hope the post Boxing Day period doesn't throw up anything too nasty, in terms of gales. I like experiencing the power of very strong winds, but don't like the way they can really disrupt a person's life (not meaning a blocked road stopping a person getting to work etc. either :) )