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Just checked in at Met Office hq Exeter !! Lovely sunny day here 

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What an amazing day today has been. The sea-breeze did not develop at least not this far inland and I reached a max of 19.2°C. If there wasn’t a sea-breeze at the local met station then we’ve got to be one of the warmest places in the country today. 

 Just checked and we’re not actually. Looks like the sea-breeze did make it as far as the station. God knows why they put a station next to the beach anyway. 

Edited by Chris.R

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 Another amazing day. Max 21.8°C very recently. A little cooler on the beach at the Met station at only 19.8°C. 

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Very nice day, spent the afternoon in the sun doing a Queen Daenerys (burning everything) on some weeds on my grans driveway

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Bank Holiday Monday anyone?

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....make the most of this week.

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 Again another brilliant day. Max today was 22.0°C so the warmest day so far this week. Once again the gradient wind kept a sea-breeze at bay. 

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Not as warm as yesterday, but still very pleasant in the sunshine....tomorrow a further notch down in temps with a nagging easterly breeze and possibility of showers into Saturday.

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There was no substance to the rain overnight and this morning here. Only the slightest dampness on the grass at home and a few wet patches on the roads on the way to work. According to the radar I rode under some rainfall on my way in but none of it was reaching the ground. Maybe another chance tomorrow but I'll be surprised if we get any at low levels.

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Pretty evident that this May is not going to be a patch on last May for the region. Rainfall wise it hasn't been too bad but sunshine levels are going be down by on last year's by a margin.

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Another bust on the rain again today. 20 minutes of spitting isn't going to so anything for soil moisture levels. Maybe a better fall overnight?

Edited by alr1970

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Some pretty bright echoes heading your way CreweCold...

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Warm front cleared through nicely and it’s been a lovely sunny afternoon. Warmer than forecast. All probably thanks to the foehn effect. Currently 21.3°C. 

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The classic NW-SE split is back in full splendour with the boundary line through the NW region all thanks to the dank humid tropical maritime airstream - a real doommonger for those who reside on the north side of the line i.e. Cumbria.

We've had two days of greyness, rain on and off, sometimes heavy, sometimes fine and drizzly. Tomorrow will bring the same, Saturday sees a front stalling right over us, then on Sunday a frontal system, then the trough is back with more rain or showers.. a very poor start to the summer for this neck of the woods. Synoptics that ruin the summer.

Moan over!

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Cloudy here...we’ve actually had rain this morning...

Is this going to be one of those maddening NW/SE split summers?

 

Edited by Carl46Wrexham

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Another dull start to the day, drizzle has set in, low cloud shrouding everything - fourth day in a row, tomorrow will bring the same and next week lots more rain, indeed we are now in a notably wet period. Its miserable and a far cry from this time last year. This is my favourite time of year, but the current weather is a real kick.. 

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I was looking forward to a nice warm day to get the grass cut before we jet off to Cape Verde tomorrow,  instead it's grey,muggy and been raining for the last hour , roll on tomorrow.

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Utter garbage here in Chester, has been for the past week. 15c cloudy murk. No summer here

 

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Not great to be honest, and as a follower the Isle of Man TT races, they're having a nightmare trying to get practice & qualifying sessions sorted. The first races should have been yesterday, but once the fog descends on the mountain....that's it = no action.

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A very poor day, maximum temperature of 14 degree, falling to 11 degrees late afternoon, heavy incessant rain as well - a day more akin to November.

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22 hours ago, Iceaxecrampon said:

Washing Machine

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This doesn't look very promising for my trip to the Lakes on Saturday. Still no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing! Might sack it off and go to the pub instead!

 

 

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2 hours ago, stripeyfox said:

This doesn't look very promising for my trip to the Lakes on Saturday. Still no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothing! Might sack it off and go to the pub instead!

 

 

The Lakes are great in any (well most) weather!

Just watch where your putting your feet......

Where were - are you heading if I may ask?

Iain

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3 minutes ago, Iceaxecrampon said:

The Lakes are great in any (well most) weather!

Just watch where your putting your feet......

Where were - are you heading if I may ask?

Iain

Was thinking about doing Great Gable from Seathwaite. Staying in Keswick for the night. The walk just a prelude to a few beers and a Cow Pie at the George!
 

 

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