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    Default Crap Weather for December.

    Not much going on right now. Murky sky and damp outside. Not as bitter as last night.
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    Cold, dry and sunny here so far. Looks like it's going to be like it was yesterday, which was gorgeous for a winter's day, with blue skies throughout. I like crisp and fresh weather like this

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    It was only 2C when I got up, no frost though. There's patchy cloud at the moment. It's just a typical chilly December day.

    Only three weeks to the shortest day, then we can look ahead to the eventual arrival of Spring.
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    1 below currently here. at least the wind is away so feels warmer
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    I drove through blizzard conditions last night on the M11 between Harlow and Royston
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    Been out to the post office and to get some brekkie ( freshly made oatcakes with cheese and bacon om nom) and it is blisteringly cold. Painful, even. Sky is clear and blue to the horizon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    Been out to the post office and to get some brekkie ( freshly made oatcakes with cheese and bacon om nom) and it is blisteringly cold. Painful, even. Sky is clear and blue to the horizon.
    Lovely, fresh and healthy weather; the kind that makes you feel alive!

    Contrast that with the stifling humid shite we had to endure during the summer, on days when the sun was also shining and the sky was just as blue..... I know which I prefer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Lovely, fresh healthy weather; the kind that makes you feel alive!

    Contrast that with the stifling humid shite we had to endure during the summer, on days when the sun was also shining and the sky was just as blue..... I know which I prefer

    Marco.
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    Not me. Days like this are almost perfect, which is why I love holidaying during the winter months, in countries such as Austria and Switzerland. It can be -15c outside, but the sun is shining brightly and there are clear blue skies all around.

    As long as you're properly wrapped up, it's great... You can even get a nice tan, especially high up in the mountains!

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    Bright sunshine here this morning with temperature around 6c. Wind making it feel colder though. Ideal for a walk. I would prefer it to be a tad milder tbh.
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