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I was hoping to go walking but its going to be a very wet weekend in the Midlands, I don't mind getting caught out in the rain, cycling or walking, but I'm not keen to set out in heavy rain, I guess I'll console myself with housework.I hope it doesn't cause anymore flooding, many folk must just be getting straight from early in the year.
As for "global warming", here in North West England the term should perhaps be "global raining". As for 2017 , I cannot remember such persistent downpours. hardly a day passed without rain. My garden nowadays, on what once was a small lawn, is a "mud bath" at least it doesn't put my dogs off frolicking in it!
For some weeks now (October 29th 2015) the media have been saying a Berwicks Swan was seen in the UK and its a sign alongside the huge El Nino in the Pacific that we will have the worst winter for 50 years. I thought that did have some scientific backing regarding the El Nino phenomenon combined with laymen's details like the berries on our holly tree are incredible this year. What do you think?
Why is it that as soon as the schools break up the weather always turns wet and windy? Next year I think we will tell our family to go abroad as many times its cheaper to holiday abroad on the beach than go to places in the UK when its raining. There was a feature on Breakfast TV this morning about this
I cannot believe the weather this last weekend was like a deluge. Although the garden needed the rain as it was bone dry and the lawn was getting parched it has gone to the opposite with the lawn is now a mini lake