Sunday, 22 November 2015

Turned Out Frosty

As well forecast Saturday turned out to be the coldest day of autumn so far. It was a cold sunny day with a high temperature of 4.6°C (40.3°F) and low of -1.0C or 30.2°F. We had Met Office warnings in place for ice, gales and snow none of which turned out to be appropriate in our particular location.
Temperature Records 16 November to 22 November 2015
The temperature has been on a downward trend since Wednesday reaching its lowest point just after midnight on Saturday at -1.1°C or 30.0°F. By mid morning on Sunday ice on the bird bath was melting quickly.
The forecast seems to be for milder weather next week but with more normal November temperatures than we’ve perhaps become accustomed to. 
I wonder how long our rose can go on flowering. There’s another bud waiting to do its bit once this flower is finished.


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