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Poppa Tommo

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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1960 on: May 17, 2017, 11:00:28 PM »

East for west, maybe, but the south-west continues its reputation for mild and wet. It's been pouring down all day long.  Now that should put some colour in the grass.


Good to see you back in the shed, Gee. Looking forward to seeing the pic's of your allotment rescuing 'holiday'
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1961 on: May 18, 2017, 10:07:05 AM »

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Good to see you back in the shed, Gee. Looking forward to seeing the pic's of your allotment rescuing 'holiday'

Thanks mate. A fabulous sunny day here again today. I'm sure you won't mind pressing your wellies into action, in that famously wet and mild chunk of England that you stole from us - see - you can tell it's part of the Land of Song by the character of your weather. Now that other southern & easterly bit of England has typically English weather!!!!

With all that greenery in Zunny Deb'n after all the rain you've been blessed with, you could be excused for sometimes mistaking which side of the border you're on!!!!
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1962 on: May 19, 2017, 06:15:57 AM »

Hi Ya, WOW, need rain, we did but it can calm down now, nearly 2" in last 24hrs, we said we wanted rain but it can slow down a bit now but more on the way today. Weeds on the plot have shot away pity about the plants, will be planting out this week end and getting busy. I hear there has been frost in places and this late in May. Happy Gardening
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1963 on: May 19, 2017, 11:29:58 PM »

Not quite frost down here but I've still tucked up the 'soft' stuff in the greenhouse for the night. Better temperatures are heading this way for the rest of May.
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1964 on: May 21, 2017, 08:18:42 AM »

Another glorious Sunday morning on the west coast! At this rate WE'LL be begging for some rain! Hard to believe isn't it?  Grin2:-)
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1965 on: May 24, 2017, 08:20:58 PM »

 CThUpD:-) Yesterday and today absolute scorcher 25 degs in the house now sun very strong today.
Will have to get to plot very early in the morning toooo hot in the afternoons now  usf:-(
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1966 on: May 25, 2017, 10:08:50 AM »

Sea mist here yesterday & the day before. We're basking in glorious sunshine today though. A need for rain is increasing as everywhere is becoming very dry. The mist helped, but it's not as good as rain. Possible thunderstorms forecast for the weekend though. If it comes it should really brighten things up!
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1967 on: May 25, 2017, 06:26:00 PM »

Spring has finally sprung here, it's been a long time coming,  The only thing is I actually have to drag the hose around now. There's still a good snow pack in the mountains so there won't be too harsh water restrictions imposed on us this summer,  Plants are actually starting to put on some real growth now. Time to fertilize the tomatoes and cucs  :).

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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1968 on: May 29, 2017, 03:13:22 PM »

Absolutely bucketing down here at the mo. Much needed in some places not needed on a bank holiday tho but NOT a lot we can do about that  RedFaced:-(
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Re: The WEATHER where you are TODAY
« Reply #1969 on: May 29, 2017, 03:27:33 PM »

Overcast & humid here, but DRY - suits me fine as I'm in bib 'n brace painting mode! Not my favourite job, that's why HI does the bulk of it - she's a peach when it comes to rollers, brushes & pressure washers!!

All the walls painted, the concrete cills done in matt black, the garage door done and the next task is the windows. Looking good, another couple of days should see it through - thank God! The big bonus is the 1,200 - 1,500 saved by not getting painters and decorators in.
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