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ebandit said:
............mild 12c 54f.........here in blighty..........home windows open........been out and about in shorts too

and our boggy /clarty footpaths are even drying out after much rain........................

Mark L
No doubt that will all change within the next few hours :)
 
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Jspear said:
Sorry...
It's been sunny, upper 50's - low 60's here. Lovin it while it lasts...supposedly we're suppose to have a bad winter here...
It's cool, I'm trying to remain all "lady like" in my language. But I tell you what...

You **** on the east coast can have your freezing winter weather back! :p
 
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Tricycle Rider said:
Jspear said:
Sorry...
It's been sunny, upper 50's - low 60's here. Lovin it while it lasts...supposedly we're suppose to have a bad winter here...
It's cool, I'm trying to remain all "lady like" in my language. But I tell you what...

You **** on the east coast can have your freezing winter weather back! :p
Lol...I'll let you know when it hits us. To start things off we're suppose to have rain throughout next week....
 
Drizzling rain and more wind gusts in my area, high of 43F today - can't even clean/lube my bikes because I have to do that outside in the backyard. So, *** this *** weather! :mad:

Good for you, though, Jspear. At least somebody out there is happy with their weather conditions.
 
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Jspear said:
This has been our warmest Christmas since 1933. Yesterday was up in the 70's, today was several degree's cooler. Not great riding weather though cause it's been raining off and on all week.
Hon, just take the rain and the pain that comes with it.

You may have to install some horrific things called fenders, but at your current temps I'd be more than willing to take that kind of pain if I were you.
 
Just walked to my favorite oasis for my fave bottle of Aussie chardonnay - there's lots of black ice on the road in places where you would least expect it.

There's no way it'll melt by morning being it's already dark here, so I'm already dreading the drive to work tomorrow.
 
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RedheadDane said:
Hang on... that's a field? :eek:
I thought it was... well... a lake.

Here's it's snowing a bit.
It's what some parts of the UK look like at the moment:
http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/dec/25/christmas-day-flood-warnings-prompt-meeting-of-emergency-cobra-committee
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35235502
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-35193682

Bike racing even had to be cancelled (on new years day) due to the wet weather:
http://www.ripleycastlecx.org.uk/
 
No snow (so far) on the Fife riviera of North North Queensferry but it has been cold and rainy and just miserable for months.

Was at the horse racing in Musselburgh today with the old boy and it was FREEZING!

But, it was their annual FREE (usually £20) entry day and I backed a few winners so all good, apart from the frostbite;)
 

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