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8 hours ago, Storme said:

I have an autoimmune thyroid disease. Regulating heat and cold are a problem for me, though I am far better with cold weather. Extreme heat is no good for anyone, but please forgive me for really not liking these spikes in heat. Beyond that we desperately need rain, not just for the flowers and trees but the wildlife too.

If they are talking about really high temperatures, I too just hope they are short lived and not the 6 more weeks some websites are forecasting.

Me too Storme, I have Hashi's and cannot abide cold weather any more, which is strange for me as I used to love the cold. Even in summer I often wear fingerless mittens as my hands are so cold.

The one huge downpour we had here some days ago is of course long drained away and we really need more rain again.

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Ok, I have to reply to this because it's misleading the entire thread, iv studied radars and the weather all my life, the low pressure that formed along the south side of the main low is pushing east,

Nathan "not a weatherman" Rao of the Express says "Army on Standby as heaviest SNOWFALL hits in next 24 hours" What a bellend!    

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Glad I am not the only Hashi's sufferer here. At least I don't feel bad not embracing the heat as much as others.

I used to be very cold all the time Barbmac, but I cope better with that than heat now. My joints swell and ache which is uncomfortable.

Anyhow, back to the weather, currently overcast with the threat of sun breaking through. Oregon clock says 20.8 degrees C and sun!

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Now throwing it down here in Bewdley! Okay, maybe that's a tad OTT, but it's steady light rain, moderate in bursts. Given 16 June was just one (heavy) cloudburst, it's a looong time since I've looked out of the window at this. Temperature falling sharply, too -- down into the upper teens now.

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5 minutes ago, Bishop Brennan said:

At last, it's actually RAINING here!!!!! Proper, actual rain than I can even hear falling on the roof!!!! 

Bish

Still going here. Over an hour now. Hope it carries on for a bit. The garden certainly needs it.

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Am up to 5.2mm rainfall for today (so far). Add the 14.2mm from Monday's thunderstorm and it's been a much improved week rain wise. I can almost hear the grass sigh it's relief as today's rain is just right, steady and persistent, soaking into the ground nicely.

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We had around an hour or so of light-to-moderate rain here, with more possibly on the way from the NW later this evening.

The local weather station says a whopping 0.50mm has fallen so far, not sure how accurate that reading is because there are a few small puddles dotted around.

Bish

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Rain just stopped. 11.7mm today. Add on the 14.2mm from Monday and that's 25.9mm in 5 days. Garden's had two half decent swig's of the good stuff this week.

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What A Waste.  Almost Bone Dry Again.

Amazing Stuff.  Love Brpwn Grass.  Reminds Me Of Hot Italian Summer Days.  Britain At Its Best.

 Mother Nature Will Soon Restore The Balance In Autumn.  

Remember 2006 Then Summer 2007.

Best Forgotten.

Enjoy.  You Know The Alternative.

 

 

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4 hours ago, I remember Atlantic 252 said:

horrible evening, hate this

Now’t to write home about....it’s been an amazing July so far....next weeks so called forecasted temperatures I am not looking forward to at all, especially with the humidity building.

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