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  1. #21
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    9C, grey and murky.
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    So much for sunny Brighton... 10° and very grey..!

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    Sunny here, blue skies, quite mild.

    Back to bitter cold tomorrow though and I have to go back to 'work' too.
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    'Work' - what's that?

    Pleasantly sunny right now in the early afternoon - and has been most morning, though with a few minutes of sleet - now passed.

    Might be worth taking a walk or short trip out.
    Dave

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    I've been outside to the bin and back. Does that count?
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    I've been round the block twice with mutt-chops. That's about as much of the grey gloom as I need.
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    I think I might go for a quick walk as it's fairly pleasant out. Might be the last chance for a couple of months. But Wheeler Dealers are doing a 1990 XJ6. You can see the bind I'm in.
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  8. #28
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    8C and gloomy. Rain due apparently.
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    There's rain now.............lots of it!
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    Icy out today. Car remote defrost and heat up worked a treat tho.
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