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So far so good!

 

     

Shrinking Violet

Weatherman says 22 C here.  But it's already showing 25 C on my thermometer (in the shade).  Lovely day.  Hardly a cloud in the sky. 

Bookertoo

Glorious day - blue skies, birds twittering (bet you didn't know they were computer literate?), bees buzzing - lovey stuff - long may it last. 

Weejenny, you should have called it a "should be summer house" this year.
We have had lovely sunshine all morning but as I hung out the last lot of towels the clouds arrived, keeping an eye on them just in case.
Teesside is still very hot even with some cloud although looking over the Valley to "Rains" hills it looks doubtful.
The garden got a good power wash yesterday I do have some decorative stepping stones and some brick work, the grand children love playing on the stones and when clean they do brighten things up, pulled a few weeds that just seem to pop up no matter how well I use the hoe. Still it is a pleasure to be outside without getting wet.

Frank.

Gary Hobson

Did not wish to point camera at strange yellow object in sky, but otherwise...

http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab51/falcosubbuteo/blue-sky.jpg

 

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Gary Hobson

But clouds definitely add a lot of character to the atmosphere. That's a far better photo than my bland and insipid image, just above it.

jo4eyes

Been pretty good most of the day here in Manchester too. Lots of sun, plus cloud at times & about 24+C late afternoon. In fact it's still just below 23C out the back at the mo. Darent risk going out to continue doing things though as am caviar to local midges, even with repellant! J.

weejenny

Yes Frank should be Summer house thats about right..

Midges are in clouds tonight. I thought I would have a tidy up tonight but Ive been forced to come in

Jean, it's been just the same this side of Lancs 

Pennine Petal
Lovely day in East Lancs, first day of my holidays, went to NT Dunham Massey, hydrangeas looking lovely in the sun. 26C according to car thermometer.
weejenny

Your boasting again Geoff.. Well the sun is out here too but sadly the local radio station said not for long

figrat
Been away for the weekend in scorching Kent, now back in scorching Devon. Have just cut 30 sweet peas. Hurrah! Off to take PennyDog to the doggy hairdressers, then time for the garden. One happy bunny here!

Well, the forecast for Middlesbrough which includes us in Stockton, yet we have a larger population than Middlesbrough and usually different weather this side of the Styx is white cloud and 25c "Hm"?
At 05:30 hours this morning we had brilliant rising sunshine, looking out of the widows now we have some blue sky, a distinct weather front curving off the coast to the Hills in the South and patches of very dark cloud to the North and West.
The sun keeps popping in and out but 25c? I doubt it today, we must have the micro climate to beat them all round here.

Frank.

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As I do not keep a bevy of widows here that should read WINDOWS,

Frank.

Gary Hobson

Sorry to those who are still not happy.

In the Midlands, another 360 degrees of blue...

http://i849.photobucket.com/albums/ab51/falcosubbuteo/blue-sky2.jpg

 Note for gardeners - trees are - (clockwise) birch, acer, bamboo, and apple.

sotongeoff

aah Jean-I feel you pain- our fine spell is due break at the weekend-but in the meantime

 

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