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Down to 10 degrees last night, but temperature climbing steadily now - 18 degrees at the moment.

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Perfect conditions out there

warm ~19c

100% Crystal clear skies

Zero wind...

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8 minutes ago, Steve Murr said:

Perfect conditions out there

warm ~19c

100% Crystal clear skies

Zero wind...

I saw your name and thought it must be winter!

I agree, beautiful conditions this morning. Love it when you have days like this knowing there are loads more to come!

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17C at midday, almost w-2-w sunshine and, at last the NNW breeze is starting to ease off.:good:

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55 minutes ago, Ed Stone said:

17C at midday, almost w-2-w sunshine and, at last the NNW breeze is starting to ease off.:good:

That’s good. Very little wind here and feeling hot, despite being only 20C. The sunshine is very strong, lovely.

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It just goes to show at this time of the year you don’t need 30 degree heat to feel good! 

Its only 21 degrees here, but thanks to the sunshine being so strong it could easily feel like 24! So with temps next week of 27 or 28, it’s gunna easily feel like 30! Bbq at the ready! 

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Went to the beach on this wonderful day and took some photos 😁

 

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1 hour ago, Atmogenic said:

Went to the beach on this wonderful day and took some photos 😁

 

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That looks wonderful mate. 

Could be anywhere in the world.

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Lovely fresh day with a gentle north to north west breeze and gin clear blue skies. A high of 21C which was very pleasant.

Next week is starting to look seriously warm, we could very well be heading towards heatwave conditions.

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3 hours ago, Atmogenic said:

Went to the beach on this wonderful day and took some photos 😁

 

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Which beach is that?

 

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1 hour ago, alexisj9 said:

Which beach is that?

 

Mermaid Beach

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3 hours ago, Bogman said:

That looks wonderful mate. 

Could be anywhere in the world.

Thank you very much 😊

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A seriously warm week in store next week, there looks to be at least 4-5 consecutive 30c+ days a heatwave in full sense of word. Wonder how high temperatures will soar, I feel 33-34c is doable despite not exceptionally warm uppers expected. Not looking forward to commute on jubilee line no AC, will be like fiery depths of hell..

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6 hours ago, alexisj9 said:

Which beach is that?

 

Folkestone seafront, down the zig zag path from the Leas. Hoping you know where I mean as you’re “just along the road” as such..

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45 minutes ago, lottiekent said:

Folkestone seafront, down the zig zag path from the Leas. Hoping you know where I mean as you’re “just along the road” as such..

Yep, that's why I asked, thought it looked familiar. I lived in Folkestone for a few months last year, the kids loved walking down that path to the play area, well I say walking, they found ways to climb down while I walked around.

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WARNING... enter the MAD thread with caution. Morning runs gone from “sun and heat, temps in low 30s” to “sun and heat, temps in high 20s” 🤣

 

Another beautiful sunny morning here. 

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9 minutes ago, Ben Lewis said:

WARNING... enter the MAD thread with caution. Morning runs gone from “sun and heat, temps in low 30s” to “sun and heat, temps in high 20s” 🤣

 

Another beautiful sunny morning here. 

Thanks Ben...So, after (what was made to sound like a day of successive 'upgrades') it's now going to snow next week? :cold:

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15.6C with hazy sunshine...not a bad start.

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6 hours ago, Ben Lewis said:

WARNING... enter the MAD thread with caution. Morning runs gone from “sun and heat, temps in low 30s” to “sun and heat, temps in high 20s” 🤣

 

Another beautiful sunny morning here. 

I prefer high 20s to low 30s anyway lol. In fact low twenties with no humidity is just perfect.

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Dry and mostly sunny, lightish WNW breeze and 21.2C. So already a few degrees up on what was forecast...Who's complaining!:yahoo:

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Hello! Current temp. 19.7C, humidity 73%, with a light SW breeze.

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Sun, sun and more sun and the outlook is for more sun, so sun is the main theme of the weather🌞

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3 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

Sun, sun and more sun and the outlook is for more sun, so sun is the main theme of the weather🌞

At this rate, come next weekend, we'll all be sweating goats!🐐

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4 minutes ago, lassie23 said:

Sun, sun and more sun and the outlook is for more sun, so sun is the main theme of the weather🌞

That sun emoji is frankly disturbing... let’s hope that appears less than the actual sun, huh?

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