it is supposed to be July??
Liquid sunshine in London...was dry at home this morning with no rain forecast (Hampshire), but the other half informs me that the washing is most probably getting an extra rinse (he works just down the road).
Over any reservoir in the South of England, so still have hosepipe bans
I came back from Holiday on Tuesday been to Torquary, St Ives and Swanage and most of the time it was hot and sunny did rain on last day infact my 2nd day in Swange it was red hot and was out walking in Tshirt and shorts
Really Brooks? We finally had ours lifted a couple of weeks ago in the SE.
Warm and sunny now in Margate. I was in the pool so didn't really benefit
Heathrow - p***ing down! Going away tomorrow to an event where we should get a solo Spitfire acrobatic display - but I don't think they'll want to take it out in this weather. Bugger.
Still raining in Reading ... FFS ...
It stopped for long enough to let me get an hour's run in here. Though I went along about 50m of (what's usually!) dirt track and came out with my legs looking like I'djust done X/C...
It started raining here 7 minutes ago.
Now its stopped.
Maybe it will start again maybe the sun will come out.
Lets wait and see.
If you cant appriciate that as a metaphor for all mans hopes, dreams, desires and failures, you have no soul.
While some parts suffer from rain... there's sunshine in Folkestone
I have my bikini on
looks nice at wimbledon...
South Bucks in my eyes didn't seem anything out of the usual rain wise, but I've heard of at least 3 races within 30miles that have been called off this weekend through to tuesday.
shocking for July!
I don't mind running in the mild/warm rain. I will be wet from sweat so why bother with a rain jacket?
I have worn running vests since the warm spell back in March. Today's run was lovely.
Agree with Marten. One of most favourite memorable runs was in a storm. The sea was breaking over the path and I was only in short sleeved top and capris. I felt really exhilarated. (Passersby were staring at me like I'd just been released from a secure institution )
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