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    You live in one of the rainiest parts of Scotland, too... When I lived up there, almost every time I was around your way it rained!

    Anyway, looking at the forecast this morning, you should be fine for today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    You live in one of the rainiest parts of Scotland, too... When I lived up there, almost every time I was around your way it rained!

    Anyway, looking at the forecast this morning, you should be fine for today

    Marco.
    Well the wife is obviously confident as the washing lines are full.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Yup, same here now and yesterday, from 3pm onwards... Managed to get the grass cut before the heavens opened! Thank fuck, as it's due to rain here until Friday, so by then it would've been some length... The grass has never looked so lovely and green, though!

    Good to see that Scotland is getting their spell of (long overdue) dry weather. Enjoy folks

    Marco.
    Looking at the world weather map, it's really warm up in Finland and Sweden at the moment, gulf stream I guess.
    I'd love to be up in Harris and Lewis apart from the midges that is.
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    It's also crap weather for Janet, Charlotte and Jean.
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    Who be they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@panteg View Post
    Looking at the world weather map, it's really warm up in Finland and Sweden at the moment, gulf stream I guess.
    I'd love to be up in Harris and Lewis apart from the midges that is.
    Yeah, defo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Who be they?

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    June's friends...
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    No way did you just fall for that. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepperamip View Post
    Bright sunshine and warm Kent way. Can easily start this way and go south very quickly though

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