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The Weather Thread #9

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The dews are very heavy nowadays - probably for the last month.  Now we know why there is never a second mowing of hay round here - because it doesn't dry.  The wind is still quite blustery but the sun is out and feels quite comfy now.

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A Winnie the Pooh day here - a tad blustery and I'm surprised they haven't named this as a storm!  So saying the new names are out - I do hope we never go through enough to get to the stupid ones - for instance, Storm Willow.  That doesn't sound stormy in the least, a little wavy but hey ho - they all want to get into the act and name windy and rough weather fronts now - even if they are already named burnt out storms from previous hurricanes!:roll:  Long gone are the little rainy clouds, suns and the puffy windy stick on a map things on the weather news.  

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It has been blustery here today and noticeably cooler. Wet at first today, but lovely this afternoon, when I walked the dogs.

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Yes quite windy but we've had rain and drizzle on and off until later this afternoon when the sun finally came out - we were supposed to have just cloud and dryness.  Pfffft!

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Oooh hope it stays dry - I think it's supposed to be dry but cloudy here - humid but chilly.  At least the wind should be minimal!

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It's just 8C here this morning, which comes as a bit of a shock, but the sun is shining and with no rain forecast until Tuesday it will be a pleasant afternoon at around 24C.

I was reminded of September holidays in France. Just outside Clermont-Ferrand (beautiful city in the middle of France) in an area known as the Volcans (volcanoes) woke up to a very hard frost and decided we should have camped under the trees. However the sun came out and just an hour later it was 26C and we were in T shirts. There were only three campers on the immaculate site, which surrounded a lake in a volcano crater. Well worth a visit.

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No frost, just heavy dew, so we are going back to wellies as our usual (old walking) boots are soaked.

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