Thursday, 4 July 2013

Jam spread Thinly

Wednesday wasn't too bad with some sunny intervals, a bit of a blustery wind and mostly dry.

The first part of my jam tomorrow post was the rain forecast for Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning. It did rain but only enough to wet the surface of the ground and it definitely wasn't enough to do any serious watering of the garden or allotment with a total of just 3.4mm. 
Chart starting at midnight Tuesday 02 July

The second part of my jam tomorrow referred to the build up of high pressure over the UK giving us some fine sunny weather. That forecast still holds good for the next few days.
It looks likely that this spell is more than likely to produce our warmest day of the year so far. That record stands at 23.3°C on 19 June.

With the rainfall not really materialising and some good summer weather on the way it looks like more of this will be required. 

Original post from A Gardener's Weather Diary author M Garrett


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