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Dunstable got a good snow cover but melted in the afternoon. Hills around the area did ok. I drove to the highest point in the Chiltrens to have my snow fix. Some photos from Wendover Wood this mornin

Nice bit of snow here this morning, so that means it won’t go down as one of the worst winters I can remember but only by the skin of its teeth . Photos below ?

Shower cloud lit up nicely by the low sun earlier this evening north of Heathrow where I work.

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Hit the dizzy heights of 1mm of rain for this month after yesterday's deluge...amazing how it's gone from chucking it down most days for months to almost bone dry the last month, will be interesting to see if we get a repeat of 2018.

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Hi All, sorry for delay in posting. We had an epic Thunderstorm with a surprising amount of lightning and very loud close thunder on Friday night. Started around 10.45pm.

With a superb amount of rain, which was very welcome, filled the water butts right up.

The garden looks nice and green now. What a very early start to the thunderstorm season that was. Thought we would miss it all as a very keen East wind made it feel cold in the late evening.

Back to Super Sunny skies today and feeling warm . Good Health to you all. Stay Safe.

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Another stunner this April has been extraordinary. 

 

 

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Typical.....clear skies all day, now there’s high cloud obscuring the stars for the meteor shower 

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You couldn't make it up, wanted a north easterly all bloody winter, not a chance, spring arrives, some lovely sunshine, up pops a very chilly north easterly, go away, and come back in january, you naughty imp

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20 hours ago, tomp456 said:

Typical.....clear skies all day, now there’s high cloud obscuring the stars for the meteor shower 

Looks like tonight is going to be a repeat ? 

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Evening all ?

Three days without a cloud in the sky here in lowland East London but as others have mentioned a noticeably chilly ENE wind. 

To be fair, it's my favourite type of weather - fine with sunshine and low humidity.

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4 perfect days in a row and set to continue for rest of week the best April ever? 2011 was certainly warmer but sunshine is really quite something after today Heathrow will be on ~180 hours, the 200 milestone will be no problem this has been a better summer month than many August’s. Model output however looking less encouraging as we head into May. 

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'ning all. Just finished dog walk in a cool air but at least the wind has dropped. now i am feeling 100% better, i want to volunteer for work, but i dont know how if i need to be tested. even though i have suffered symptoms (very very bad) i dont know if two weeks after normal temperatures i will be clear or not. i want to help more than the eldery neighbours and family that i am already doing.

anyway, did anyone see the meteroite shower late night/early hours. i was awke at 2 but just cant get away from light pollution around here to get a decent view of the sky ?

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12 hours ago, Blessed Weather said:

Another lovely day. The local 'river walk' on the outskirts of Hadleigh was really enjoyable this morning.

Quite some April we're having, with the possibility of it turning into the driest April on record for some areas. Tomorrow (Thurs) looking the best day of this week, with the nagging wind off the North Sea easing off allowing temps to reach a very pleasant 21C for many parts of our Region. :oldsmile:

 

 

well if this news is anything to go by we may well see a decent summer. although its a double edged sword with decent weather.

no one to pick fruit and veg, and crops will be less in a hot summer, i think we may see an autumn of very low produce and sky high prices. the price of covid19 may well be more than we anticipate ?

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Feels much warmer without that easterly. What a stunning April we're having!  ☀️? I wouldn't be too bothered if it rained for all of May after this month's almost constant dry and sunny weather.

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Just a bit of rain from some showers/convection is all I ask as we know we're going to get diddly squat from the Atlantic until October'ish (in this part of the world), it's just amazing how quickly we've gone from constant cloud/rain to wall to wall sunshine and bone dry...all the hallmarks of GW.

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A Totally superb summers day in April, here in East Dene. The pesky east wind has gone and today its already 21C. Thats 70F. in old money. Good Health to you all.

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Some pics I have taken in this glorious spell. Spring perhaps might be my new favourite season? It has been just perfect very nice and comfortable, everything is bursting to life. Wonderful time of year.

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2 hours ago, Froze were the Days said:

Just a bit of rain from some showers/convection is all I ask as we know we're going to get diddly squat from the Atlantic until October'ish (in this part of the world), it's just amazing how quickly we've gone from constant cloud/rain to wall to wall sunshine and bone dry...all the hallmarks of GW.

Not necessarily this weather is not going to last, rain expected next week and one or two days may be very cool some evidence it may revert back to status quo of late near end of next week.

This April has been truly incredible after a sunny March as well... I don’t think May will top it.

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22.5c here in Cambridge, another glorious day.

Out of interest - does anyone know what’s up with the reporting station in Cambridge that displays on WeatherOnline/Netweather? No reports again today, just seems very sporadic at the moment.

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