1 EAGLETON NOTES: There's a Front Coming Through

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Thursday, 3 July 2014

There's a Front Coming Through

Yesterday was a day off from concreting.  Involuntarily.  A weather front with gales and torrential rain came through.  We are hoping for better today although the forecast is far from good.


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  1. It was a bit windy yesterday. It looks as if today may be the best day for a while.

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    1. We've have a good but windy Thursday Adrian. The rain arrived bang on 4pm exactly when the Met Office predicted.

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    2. Yes after years of guessing I've noticed that in the past eighteen months there are getting very accurate up to twelve hours ahead.
      MetOffice

      I use this site.

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  2. Keeping my fingers and toes crossed for you that the weather improves.

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    1. Thanks Virginia the weather stayed dry until the moment we finished.

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  3. Brrr, looks menacing. I just bought two (for the price of one) hot water bottles today, as it's become a bit chilly here too.

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    1. One of the things about Big Skies Kate is the fact that you can see the approaching weather.

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  4. Good photo of a cold front coming in.

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    1. Thanks Red. It was rather more defined than usual.

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  5. At least when it looks like that you get some warning! :)

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    1. We usually do Monica: big skies.

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  6. You really can see that front moving in, can't you? It's a cold front that has moved in here.

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    1. By our standards, Pauline, it wasn't too cold by our standards in midsummer at about 13℃ but by your standards I guess it would be quite cool even for winter.

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