Monday, 4 June 2018

Flaming June.



Monday: Light rain

Tuesday: Light rain

Wednesday: Light rain

Thursday: Light rain

Friday: Light rain

Saturday: Light rain

Sunday: Light rain

Monday: Light rain

Tuesday: Light rain

One can but wonder what is in store for Wednesday 13th June, and beyond..... Don't tell me; more light rain!


38 comments:

  1. No rain for us, wildfire north of us is growing but it was only 107 today. I hope we get some rain soon. Send us some. Thank You !

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. I wish I could. Unbelievable; rain for over a week, IN JUNE.

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  2. At least it's not heavy rain. Try flash flooding. I am still in recovery.

    Is it intermittent (good for plants) or is it a constant drizzle (bad for mood)?

    U

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    1. It's already started, and it's drizzle. Horrible.

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  3. Looks like our forecast although our temps are 5 degrees lower

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    1. I had a swim yesterday afternoon... I probably won't have another until mid-month.

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  4. The positive side: plenty rain; plenty mushrooms.
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. Yesterday I gathered about three kilos of Girolles (Chanterelles)... today I must process them all. We SHALL have winter omelets.

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    2. Do try not to be a complete arsehole Chloe; the mushrooms are on my own land!

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  5. A bit depressing isn't it, but at least it's warm.

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    1. I'm just back from my early dog walk; not too wet, but humid. Looks like I shall be painting a lot.

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    1. Unless they're wrong; which they usually are.

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  7. If it is like here, the light rain does not eventuate. They are covering themselves, just in case.

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    1. I've just had a look at today's forecast; they suggest storms, sunshine, and rain. Yup, that covers just about everything.

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  8. I wish we have some rain here, i like it.

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    1. I like heavy rain that comes down for an hour maybe; this 'Light Rain' is simply a nuisance.

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  9. Mushrooms and a well watered garden, you can relax now, but not around the pool!

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    1. I can hear the weeds growing as I write; that'll be the next big job.

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    2. That has just brought back a school memory. I once had to write an essay as a punishement for talking and not paying attention in class: "describe the noise the grass makes when it grows"
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    3. I once had to cut cricket pitch grass with nail scissors.

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    1. Just when those in the know are changing their minds!

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  11. We are used to this... hailing from Leeds... the Pentens stop the brunt [sorry Mancunians].... but the drizzle gets over those moorland hills....

    But this is why it is called Flaming June.... "flaming" as in politely swearing.... it is always either cold and mizzley.... or you can't work or water enough.... because it is too damned hot!!
    It never is gentle until July!!

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    1. If it isn't warm in July I might as well throw in the towel, and move to Barnsley.

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    2. The beers better and there is good white wine to be had from the local vineyard in Leeds

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  12. I seem to remember flamin' June...followed by flamin'July last year....

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  13. Just the same here so far Cro - it is always the same - the weather breaks just when we need rain and we are overjoyed. Then it takes a long time to settle down again.

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    1. It's actually sunny and warm here now... How can you trust these forecasters?

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    2. The "forecasters" are a couple of huge "Kray" computers in the States.... AI is better left to cattle breeders.... not computers!

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  14. We have had three weeks of rain and more in the forecast. We seem to all be in the same boat, and it is leaking.

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    1. Oh dear.... We'll have to all start singing.

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  15. It has been unseasonably dry here until yesterday evening, now the June weather we know has started. If we all are going to sing, let’s at least make it cheerful.

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    1. 'Singing in the Sun' would be preferable to 'Singing in the Rain'!

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  16. Come to Somerset my dear. ‘‘Tis blazing sun here, hot on both bank holidays, which some believe is a mystical portent. What’s more the local supermarket is dumping Peroni for £9 a case as opposed to the more normal £23. I have only bought 6 today but my stepson wants some so I had better get some more.

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    1. You'd do well to buy every case they have, and sell at your local market for £15 per case, in a week's time.

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