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North West Regional Discussion 30 Jan 2019 onwards

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3 hours ago, chris78 said:

Yes!  was very pink here, about the pinkest morning Ive ever seen, I would imagine there are no historic pinkness charts to refer to.

I remember Christmas Eve sunrise of 2007

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Looks like today is going to be a gorgeous day 🙂

Edited by ManiaMuse

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 Not much sun today and maximum was 14.0°C. Yesterday it was 14.6°C. A little surprised we haven’t broken the 15°C mark yet; there are still a few days on which to do that though. 

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Strange afterglow considering cloud cover, must be be some light filter though and illuminating the underside of the clouds. Pinkish, reddish colour. Still see it now.

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It’s absolutely glorious this morning, reminds me of a June morning on a scorching hot day.

Its February you say 🤔🤓

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I see a tinge of brown on the grass. It has been a dry month pretty much.

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Sun breaking through the fog now,still very misty

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9 minutes ago, itsnowjoke said:

It’s not February is it

Joke ain't it!

Meanwhile in Las Vegas...

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Absolutely glorious weather indeed. Spring has truly sprung.  Signs of life emerging everywhere you look.

I don't care if the start of March turns out to be rubbish weather because this is better than many a grey UK summer day anyway.

 

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Hi Chaps, its been great travelling weather. 

Thursday it was Liverpool Albert Dock and on to Chester.

Yesterday the family had a trip to Derby University so myself and the two younger ones (9 &12) bagged a Derbyshire Wayfarer Train/Bus ticket (£13.00 Adult allows one child to go free) plus a child ticket (£5.50) and set off on our travels.

The route went as follows.

Derby to Sheffield (rail) and back. Derby Rail station to East Midlands airport (Skylink bus) and back. Derby to Burton on Trent (rail) and back. Derby to Matlock (rail) and back, Derby to Sheffield (rail). Sheffield to New Mills Central (rail). 61 bus back to Glossop. 393 bus back to Hadfield (home).

As you will agree, over 200 miles covered on public transport for less than £20.  All done with clear blue skies and excellent weather. 

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Well if we can't have the beast from the east... I'd settle for this luverly sutherly.  Warm sunny & very spring like... even better without the fly's & wasps that are still in slumber,  awaiting their call to arms come May/June.  Make the most of it though... Pattern change come March.... wouldn't be surprised to see some wet slush mixed in with the cold rain at times. 

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 Hopefully today we will finally break the 15°C Mark here. Been a little underwhelmed with the temperatures I have to say imby. I guess the cold sea is having an effect. 

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Frosty start here in South Cheshire had to scrape the ice of the Car windscreen on the Plus side Beautiful cloudless skies METO going for a high of 18c Today8)

C.S 

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This is kieran!!!!!

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18c at home already... on train home from London... was at Wembley yesterday... was pretty warm in the sun... felt more like May than February 

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 There seems to be more of a foehn effect today as the humidity is much lower. Currently just reached 15°C and 46% humidity. 

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17 Degrees Preston tomorrow.

Welsh February Temp record has gone.:oldmellow:

 

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A balmy 17.3*C here. Got a sweat on working outside in a t-shirt, more like April than Feb! Have a feeling we'll pay for this come March. 

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18c here according to the car, certainly doesn't feel like late Feb

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A High of 17.7c here not far of the 18c the METO predicicted just walked pass the park children out in T Shirts and shorts had to stop and think we are still in Feb stuning Day another one tomorrow and maybe Wednesday until usual Atlantic Dross returns

C.S

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16 minutes ago, cheshire snow said:

A High of 17.7c here not far of the 18c the METO predicicted just walked pass the park children out in T Shirts and shorts had to stop and think we are still in Feb stuning Day another one tomorrow and maybe Wednesday until usual Atlantic Dross returns

 C.S

Can't come soon enough.

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Maximum was 15.3°C today making it the warmest day of the week.

Whilst it will be nice to have some more unsettled and interesting weather, I can’t see much to get me excited. Too early in the year for any meaningful convection and not cold enough for snow. 

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