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    13c wet and not very nice so far
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    Dull right now - though might rain a bit with some watery sun in the late afternoon. High of 19C expected.

    I just wish the sun would come out more - less bothered about the temperature, but dullness really gets to me. OK - it's not awful today - but it's not good either.
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    Been dull here too with a bit of light rain. Humidity is 85% and rising.
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    Enough rain this afternoon for spray on the motorway. That's not happened for a few weeks.
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Enough rain this afternoon for spray on the motorway. That's not happened for a few weeks.
    Ugh - I hate spray: it means having the wipers on fast sweep, whereas to cope with the rain, the wipers would be on a more gentle sweep. So I will overtake as soon as I can.

    However my car has 'intelligent' wipers which operate when it detects rain and chooses the speed for itself.
    Barry

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    Went out for a long walk this morning. Not too warm, but overcast and humid. Got about half way round the walk when dark dirty clouds loomed up, threatening rain. Decided to cut short the walk as there was some stuff we had left outside that we didn't really want to get wet.

    However on the way back decided to quickly pop into the farm shop to do a bit of shopping, and when we came out it was starting to rain - and rain it did, for about ten minutes; enough to get quite wet.
    Barry

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Ugh - I hate spray: it means having the wipers on fast sweep, whereas to cope with the rain, the wipers would be on a more gentle sweep. So I will overtake as soon as I can.

    However my car has 'intelligent' wipers which operate when it detects rain and chooses the speed for itself.
    Our car also has 'intelligent' wipers, but my van has 'stupid' wipers which fart their way across the screen when the rain suddenly stops.
    I just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in

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    we have that early autumnal feel to weather now. 13c and currently a little sun(which wont last) but it feels cooler. fair breeze too.
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    Another dull start to the day.
    Dave

  10. #210
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    sunny spells here, quite breezy. Weekend looks reasonably good.
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    Audiolab CDT6000 > Topping E30 > Avalon BT2 > Krell KSA50S > JM Labs Focal Electra 926.

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