Thursday, 1 February 2018

A Mild January?

After all the predicted snow, which never arrived for us, we finished up with a mild but wet January.
January 2010 - 2018 Average Temperature & Rainfall
The weather forecasting models have predicted that we'd get some snow several times through January but other than one very light covering which fell one evening and had disappeared the following morning we've escaped any serious snowfall.

Over the next week or so they are suggesting the possibility of some cold weather and more snow. Wouldn't you know it, as soon as our potatoes are placed in the greenhouse to chit, cold weather and snow is forecast.
UK Precipitation Type for Tuesday 06 February at 12:00 from
There's plenty of time for the weather models to change their minds. Just to make matters worse there's talk of the coldest spell of winter approaching. Better make an effort and get some fresh vegetables from the allotment before we get snowed in.


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