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Likelihood of it getting a bit breezy

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Re: Likelihood of it getting a bit breezy

Post by mcrossley » Sun 11 Jan 2015 9:16 am

THX wrote: What is your wet season?
This is Scotland we are talking about, so 'all year' :lol:

Old joke... Being Scottish I love summer, it's my favorite day of the year.

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Re: Likelihood of it getting a bit breezy

Post by steve » Sun 11 Jan 2015 10:41 am

islander wrote:the ground is absolutely sodden. We could really do with a dry spell to firm things up again.
Yes, same here. The ground around the house (I can't call it a 'garden') is very muddy and the dogs keep bringing it in.
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Re: Likelihood of it getting a bit breezy

Post by islander » Sun 11 Jan 2015 3:12 pm

THX wrote:
How much rain are you used to getting? What is your wet season?
I've only just started recording so I can't give you accurate figures for normal rainfall patterns but we've had a lot of rainy days without a break hence the ground is sodden. To give you an idea, our longest dry period in November was three days, in December it was one day and this month we haven't had a dry day yet. The ground simply hasn't had time to drain or dry out.

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Re: Likelihood of it getting a bit breezy

Post by bruce45 » Sun 11 Jan 2015 3:36 pm

a local saying in Oban is " if you can see Mull its been raining if you cant see Mull its going to rain" so far Mull has been out of site all this year and must of December.
on the plus side never have to use a hose pipe to water the garden even on summers day (not sure which day it could be this year)

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