DEW
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27 August 2022 16:19:47

Originally Posted by: Jiries 

Meanwhile what going on with this unexpected clouds like yesterday was overcast from early afternoon to sunset and again today. August shaping up to be a very bad month again and not compete with 1995 or 2003 because not seen a decent settled sunny day since the heatwave. not sure why we cannot get sunny days on average temperatures?  Doesn't need to be 33C and sunny but 23-25C sunny would be nice but no longer exist.  January remain the best month than this summer months due to many sunny days recorded.  

Go south, young man!

8.7 hours of sun at Heathrow, 25.8C at Charlwood, Surrey, or Thorney Island recording less than 10% of cloud over daylight hours yesterday


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doctormog
27 August 2022 16:38:49
Not just the south either. Most parts of England look like ending up drier, warmer and sunnier than average for August.
Jiries
27 August 2022 17:30:02

Originally Posted by: DEW 

 

Go south, young man!

8.7 hours of sun at Heathrow, 25.8C at Charlwood, Surrey, or Thorney Island recording less than 10% of cloud over daylight hours yesterday

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It noting to do with location as I go to SE every week and it really the same as here, SE this month is really worse than the Midlands in term of rain amount last Thursday that thankfully did not reach here, this will be weeds galore for the garden I don't want to pull as I did cleared out last late July.  

DEW
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27 August 2022 19:43:00

Originally Posted by: Jiries 

It noting to do with location as I go to SE every week and it really the same as here, SE this month is really worse than the Midlands in term of rain amount last Thursday that thankfully did not reach here, this will be weeds galore for the garden I don't want to pull as I did cleared out last late July.  

But I live in the SE 24/7 and it's quite different from what your occasional(?) visits suggest. Think on this: I have solar water heating and I haven't turned on the gas boiler since the end of April - and I've had hot water on tap all that time.

Try not wearing sunglasses perhaps, it'll look brighter

And we needed that rain to undo some of the effects of inordinate quantities of sunshine.


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Jiries
28 August 2022 06:05:37

Originally Posted by: DEW 

 

But I live in the SE 24/7 and it's quite different from what your occasional(?) visits suggest. Think on this: I have solar water heating and I haven't turned on the gas boiler since the end of April - and I've had hot water on tap all that time.

Try not wearing sunglasses perhaps, it'll look brighter

And we needed that rain to undo some of the effects of inordinate quantities of sunshine.

Don't know why you bother with my posts as I stand my decision about August so no changing my mind about it so if you don't like it there nothing you can do.  

DEW
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28 August 2022 06:48:39

Originally Posted by: Jiries 

 

Don't know why you bother with my posts as I stand my decision about August so no changing my mind about it so if you don't like it there nothing you can do.  

"A beautiful theory slain by an ugly fact" - Thomas Huxley


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Jiries
28 August 2022 08:31:37

Originally Posted by: DEW 

 

"A beautiful theory slain by an ugly fact" - Thomas Huxley

Don't' know what your problem with me posting in a correct thread. 

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