I must admit I didn’t know there was such a thing but by all accounts today is the equilux. It means the hours of darkness and daylight are equal on that day.
The last couple of days haven’t been too bad. Nice in the sunshine, if it’s out, and sheltered from the breeze but rather cool otherwise. With high pressure dominating the weather continues to be rain free.
This is my chart of March temperatures over the last few years. Whilst this year is a bit on the cool side it’s nothing like that ridiculously cold March of 2013 when we had snow and bitterly cold days.
This blog records the local weather details near to my allotment plot in Wakefield. The details are gathered from a weather station which I set up in my garden during October 2009. Click here to read about set up.
Records of temperature, rainfall and wind speeds will be posted as recorded. A summary is posted each month on our website click here to view.
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