Sunday, 30 November 2014

Temperature Flatlines

The dull miserable weather continued on Saturday as yet another day passed without any glimmer of brightness let alone sunshine. It was a remarkable day as the temperature remained constant over the whole day varying by less than 1°C.
The highest temperature was 9.9°C at 13:25 and the lowest 9.3°C at 16:25 giving an average for the day of 9.6°C a little bit on the mild side for the end of November.

On Sunday morning something strange had happened to the sky. It had somehow changed colour and became blue rather than a drab grey colour.
After days of dull, dreary and damp weather the sun has made an extremely welcome reappearance on Sunday morning and all seems much better with the world.
We've now finished sorting out our photos from our visit to RSPB Old Moor last week and the best can be viewed in our Zenfolio album here.

1 comment:

  1. We've had a weekend of sunshine and mist here, and it was fairly mild as well so I'm not complaining. 55 Bewick's swans at Slimbridge today, we had a good visit there. If temperatures drop more might appear soon.


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