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    I'm Martin.

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    Still a howling wind here, which has been going all night, plus a lot of rain although that has stopped now and it's brightened up a bit.

    Forecast here for the week ahead is mild with lots of rain. Gets colder and drier next weekend. February is the driest month in these parts.
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    I'm away.

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    Bright and breezy, free and easy

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    5c and cloudy. wind is getting up again too. rain forcast for evening and overnight. hopefully dry and calm tomorrow as ive got hospital.
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