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48 minutes ago, Paul1968 said:

Just 30 deg here but quite uncomfortable due to 61% humidity,no sign of any storms though today and that counts for tomorrow as well sadly

Just got back to Chelmo from Hullbridge, The temperature higher her but as it was so humid at Hullbridge it felt just as uncomfortable.

Had a very pleasant light lunch and drink at The anchor & sought a bit of shade in the nearby nature reserve.

Kind Regards

Dave

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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

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

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 ?

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24 minutes ago, nanu said:

Got cloud building between me and dartford roughly,, been clear all day till last 40mins or so.  maybe something, or not

Strong breeze now as well...

Knowing our luck, we are just the breeding ground for storms in the Midlands as usual 🙄🙄😭😭

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43 minutes ago, claret047 said:

Just got back to Chelmo from Hullbridge, The temperature higher her but as it was so humid at Hullbridge it felt just as uncomfortable.

Had a very pleasant light lunch and drink at The anchor & sought a bit of shade in the nearby nature reserve.

Kind Regards

Dave

Cant believe you had a nice lunch at the Anchor as was crap when me and the mrs went anyway back to the weather still warm at 28deg still no sign of storms 

 

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49 minutes ago, nanu said:

Got cloud building between me and dartford roughly,, been clear all day till last 40mins or so.  maybe something, or not

Strong breeze now as well...

Yup breeze picked up down this way...not so hot now.

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4 minutes ago, Paul1968 said:

Cant believe you had a nice lunch at the Anchor as was crap when me and the mrs went anyway back to the weather still warm at 28deg still no sign of storms 

 

I'm a fan of The Old Windmill in South Hanningfield, I have missed my lunches there so much! Can't wait to go back (I'm still staying home).

Watching those storms over North Wales is making me quite jealous. I sometimes go to a music festival in Portmeirion and what I would give to watch a storm over the bay there. It would be stunning. 

 

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5 minutes ago, moogyboobles said:

I'm a fan of The Old Windmill in South Hanningfield, I have missed my lunches there so much! Can't wait to go back (I'm still staying home).

Watching those storms over North Wales is making me quite jealous. I sometimes go to a music festival in Portmeirion and what I would give to watch a storm over the bay there. It would be stunning. 

 

Had some lovely lunches here myself,can't fault it apart from road closures due to power cuts recently.Anyway back on topic may have to wait until wed/thurs for storms here.

 

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My weather station hit 34.5 today here in Stansted but on a flat roof so probably slightly modified... Still it's super hot! I've just ordered an air conditioner, last night was hell, can't take it any more. I'm so desperate for a storm to clear the air, gutted the northerners are going to cash in again while we sit under hot humid air. 😞

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1 minute ago, Blazerblue said:

There is rain coming over from France, into Kent, don’t suppose there is any hope of it building up once it hits land? 

It's been trying to push this way all day but seems to disintegrate once it heads into channel. UK storm barrier holding up.

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Well the feel today was far more oppressive than the two hottest days of the year. 29c (might have hit 30c here being south of the city), but with 55% humidity at the lowest. The Cambridge storm has crossed here now and produced just a couple of spots of rain. Sun is back out now.

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Just driving ( well the wife is ) back From Devon , The outside temp of the car went from 27c 150miles from London to 34c and we are still 28 miles out from London . Weather also drastically different , mostly cloudy until 70 odd miles out but now mostly sunny skies .

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edit - 35c now 

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