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What's your weather like today?....4

 
Ron Brind
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Posted at 19:39 on 12th June 2011

Here in Wheatley, Oxford Ruth it's tipping it down and has been all day! A bit like in Canada right now I reckon, where the racing has been badly affected.

Got to feel for you guys in the States though, unbelievable weather as you say.

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cathyml
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Posted at 19:59 on 12th June 2011
We have now had two beautiful days this weekend, but the nights are very cold and we have had some frost which has taken out my bouganvillea and moonflowers!
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editPosted at 20:00 on 12th June 2011
Raining all day. Watching TV, man in Canada is sweeping water up hill !  At least tin tops have wipers !
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Dave John
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Posted at 20:02 on 12th June 2011
Reasonable morning got a bit done in the garden, but rained since 2pm and still raining.
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Roses
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Posted at 00:48 on 13th June 2011
Hot and a bit himid in central Florida.  It is 7:45pm and temperature is reading 90.  Very slight breeze.
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Ron Brind
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Posted at 08:27 on 13th June 2011

Nice to see you back in the forums Roses.

Weather here in Oxford? More rain overnight, but no complaints because the gardens were really dry and most of England is now in a drought situation.

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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 19:29 on 18th June 2011

Sunny and hot, calling for a high of 103°F.  But that's not really as bad as it sounds, as our humidity is so low this time of year.  If you're in the shade and there's even a hint of a breeze, it's bearable.

They're calling for higher wind speeds today which doesn't bode well for these stupid wildfires that are STILL burning after 2-3 weeks.  Our summer rains, which don't usually start until about the 2nd week of July can't come soon enough this year.

 

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Ron Brind
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Posted at 19:13 on 21st June 2011
Been raining on and off here in Oxford today. Sun shining, temperature about 16/18c and the strawberries continue to ripen, along with the cherries and goosegogs!
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Ruth Gregory
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Posted at 03:22 on 24th June 2011

Goosegogs, Ron?  That's a new one on me.

Our weather in 3 words - HOT VERY HOT.

The 7-day forecast calls for 110°+ every day for the next week.

 

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Sue H
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Posted at 03:38 on 24th June 2011
On 24th June 2011 03:22, Ruth Gregory wrote:

Goosegogs, Ron?  That's a new one on me. 


Goosberries, Ruth. Goosegogs is a cute nickname for them. 

Up in the high 90's here. You'd not believe that we still had snow two weeks ago.  

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