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Nice little walk with the hound.

Beautiful looking up towards Peek Tor on Dartmoor this morning ❄❄❄

Guys good luck today -As they say one mans loss is another mans gain - well for once in the UK the south & SW are going to gobble up the Norths snow ? Someone in North Devon / Somerset / Wilt

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6 minutes ago, Leon1 said:

We still got snow at least unlike some. I would still happily take some snow in March though

We did indeed and it lasted the full duration of the weekend, so could make the most of it!  I should have said March is our final hope for another cold spell! Just all this mildness feels wrong in February and next week could be even warmer!  

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11 minutes ago, Leon1 said:

We still got snow at least unlike some. I would still happily take some snow in March though

I’m just happy that it’s not raining. We made up for last month’s dryness with our wet spell before this weather.

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Ian’s just said on Points West there are signs that this largely dry weather will continue in March and April. 

Whether that is cool dry or warm dry wasn’t mentioned.

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Well it was not as foggy as yesterday morning here this morning with only some mist patches around, and it soon cleared to leave another glorious day with wall to wall sunshine, temp reached 14.1°C 1.9°C warmer than yesterday!

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Second morning of thick fog. However, the warnings were put out at 6am and 5am, respectively. The thick fog started after midnight on both occasions.

Temp got down to -1.3°C this morning and it maxed out at 14.5°C.

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1 hour ago, Leon1 said:

This is all annoying me a bit in the fact that if we're getting all these warm charts, it's such a shame it's not late April and September otherwise it could be properly hot.

And when we get into a similar southerly flow in the summer it only lasts 2 or 3 days before a breakdown from what I’ve seen!

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After that lovely sunny day yesterday, this morning is very grey and cloudy.
Got down to 4.3c at 2am, but on the increase since then was 8.5c at is now 10c.
Very light southerly wind, 1023.9 hPa.

Looking at the forecasts, the mild and dry conditions continue into the first weeks of March. Maybe a little showery blip on Monday. Perhaps that is the wintery weather for this year over.
 

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A nice clear night here thought I'd get a snap of the moon haven't looked at it for a while, just taken with an old bridge camera

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A good bright sunny start to this Sunday.
Was up early and saw an orange moon.

 A high of 11c in the cloudy day yesterday, a low of 7.7c at 3am.
Had a little rain of 0.2mm around 3am.
Now 8.8c, 1014.9 hPa. The SE wind has picked up since the early hours and is 8-12mph with some 18mph gusts.

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14 minutes ago, CheesepuffScott said:

How’s the cloud playing for you back home? Here in London it’s hazy sunshine at the moment ?

Hazy sun here too but darker clouds to the west.

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I need to get a life ? my weekly stats pop up every Sunday morning and it’s quite shocking when you see the totals. In my defence all the YouTube is when I’m listening to music at my gym, the Netweather is self explanatory and the livesnow is an awsome site for me anyhow as it’s live streaming of the weather channel in the USA. I always watch it when I’m over there ?? ?

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