Hang onto your winter warmers

(stella wood) #1

Looks like I was a trifle premature, when I unpacked some T-shirts the other day…

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(stella wood) #2

This evening…we’ve had thunder (no visible lightning) and lots of hail battering down… grrrr

What’s happening elsewhere… ??

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(Nellie Moss ) #3

The weather has changed because I am coming to France next week

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(stella wood) #4

My daughter is known as “the bringer of rain” and much sought after in drought-stricken areas… :thinking::upside_down_face:

Perhaps your talent… is to bring refreshing coolness to overheated areas… :sweat_smile::grin::thinking::upside_down_face:

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(Dave Sheriton) #5

Drizzle down here in the Aude although it did get up to 16 degrees today. More of the same for the next fortnight although for a proportion of that we will be in the UK. I don’t expect it to be any better there.

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(stella wood) #6

It was wonderful earlier… got into the 30’s… then… wham

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(Mark Robbins) #7

I’ve been in shorts and t shirts the past week. Just packing for going back, maybe some black jeans…:sunglasses:

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(stella wood) #8

Keep your spirits up (and your hip-flask full…)… :upside_down_face::relaxed::hugs:

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(Mark Robbins) #9

Definitely :tumbler_glass::tumbler_glass:, thanks xx

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(Jane Williamson) #10

Stella, I always wear a tee shirt under my sweaters.
Prepared for all eventualities.

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(stella wood) #11

I think you might be needing to double-up this week… talking about snow… possibly…

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(Nellie Moss ) #12

It’s not me it’s the cousin I am coming with. She is notorious for bringing bad weather. I was supposed to be visiting with her ,her OH and the dog. However because of the Brexit uncertainty the dog can’t come. so her OH is staying at home with him and we are making the trip

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(stella wood) #13

Two ladies loose in France… wow, shall we be seeing startling headlines, do you think… :laughing::thinking::upside_down_face:

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(Nellie Moss ) #14

In deepest Auvergne we will be home well before it hits the press !

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(Jane Williamson) #15

The snow has disappeared from our forecast.
We had lunch on the terrace yesterday and as soon as we had finished, the wi d started.
We have a wonderful show of blackthorn this year and the cherry and peach blossom is coming out.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that it does not affect the fruit trees.

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(Nellie Moss ) #16

There was a massive freak snow fall in Lancashire last night causing a big accident on the motorway between Preston and Kirkham

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(Jane Williamson) #17

That’s terrible.
I lived in Heysham until I was sixteen and we hardly ever had snow.

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(stella wood) #18

Weather cycles seem to be almost as disorganized and governments… :zipper_mouth_face:

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(Jane Jones) #19

It’s snowing heavily here…and many of the fruit trees are in blossom. Another tough year for the fruit.

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(carl tunnicliffe) #20

Where is ‘here’ Jane?

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