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Northwest England regional thread 3 /3 onwards

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1 minute ago, WillinGlossop said:

29c today... humid as though... fog/low cloud/drizzle yesterday 20c... certainly felt it today... re-grouting patio was sweaty today... luckily cooler tomorrow when digging trenches for some large tree trunk to level up a cleared soil bank

Id use a mini digger 

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2 minutes ago, WillinGlossop said:

29c today... humid as though... fog/low cloud/drizzle yesterday 20c... certainly felt it today... re-grouting patio was sweaty today... luckily cooler tomorrow when digging trenches for some large tree trunk to level up a cleared soil bank

Id use a mini digger 

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1 minute ago, Mokidugway said:

Id use a mini digger 

Weird that ,lol

Edited by Mokidugway

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I wish this wet and gloomy weather just move on! It is been like this for 4 days now.  I want the nice sun back!!

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Stratocumulus perlucidus said:

It coukd get to 33c on thursday this week for merseyside/cheshire

NICE! Beer garden crawl planned 😎🍻

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Any reports from Manchester, radar is showing a direct hit from red radar echos. 

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Just now, summer blizzard said:

Any reports from Manchester, radar is showing a direct hit from red radar echos. 

Heavy drizzle in the city centre. The strongest echoes are south of the M60 atm.

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A short sharp shower has passed through here in last 30 minutes, no thunder though.  Should green the ground a little, still not nearly enough to make a difference to reservoir levels.

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I've just noticed the leaves are falling from the trees around here. Maybe its alright for the grass to turn green but the trees are the different story.

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What is it that causes this type of cloud effect, as far as I could see it was like this shelf end to end across the sky

 

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24 minutes ago, Supreme Leader Snowkes said:

What is it that causes this type of cloud effect, as far as I could see it was like this shelf end to end across the sky

 

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Looks like a slab of stratus ,cool pic though

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Looks like a very hot and humid day to come tomorrow with temps up to 31c according to metoffice. It will be absolutely stifling. Looks like a decent chance of storms overnight Thursday into Friday, but I just wonder if we will be just too far West here? Hoping for some Westward shift in the models.

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Hopefully 25-27c today.... tomorrow looking like maybe 30-33c possible

edit met office updated warning moved eastwards... not that that probably means much...storms could pop up anywhere

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Edited by WillinGlossop

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Yep, warning zone shifted East so we are now outside the zone. I agree, as with any warning, not necessarily definitive and we will have to see what happens on Friday. 

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19 hours ago, Mokidugway said:

Looks like a slab of stratus ,cool pic though

Surprised you could not see it from Cumbria it certainly stretched from as far Blackpool to the Welsh coast

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19 minutes ago, Supreme Leader Snowkes said:

Surprised you could not see it from Cumbria it certainly stretched from as far Blackpool to the Welsh coast

My view is obscured by trees if I went up to top of my field could probably  see it 

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Jinkies, each time I look at the ensembles, next week gets hotter and hotter.

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And dry as a bone, there's no way the hosepipe ban is getting cancelled.

Edited by alr1970

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Another fire on hills near Glossop near the quarry... blue lights gone past on woodhead...

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Edited by WillinGlossop

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