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PhilipInCoventry
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1 of 5  Sun 18th Aug 2019 8:36am  
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Morning all Wave Thank you for the weather blether that has been posted. Off the cuff comments can be made without too much fear, because being weather related, which by definition is out of date in a couple of days, so we maintain this topic with only the latest info & chat. It saves disc space & makes the weather topic relevant for today. Brill!
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PhilipInCoventry
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2 of 5  Tue 15th Oct 2019 10:42am  
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Morning all Wave If we remain afloat till Sunday, there is just a hint of something a bit drier next week. Only a hint! Wave Big grin Big grin In the mean time, surviving until Monday may be quite a task. Rain, rain & possibly thorms on Friday.
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PhilipInCoventry
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3 of 5  Wed 16th Oct 2019 3:19pm  
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Afternoon all Wave
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Helen F
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4 of 5  Wed 16th Oct 2019 6:36pm  
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I don't know what happened in Coventry but here Tuesday was a lot wetter than predicted and today was dry... well it was by the time I rolled out but it was supposed to be very soggy. Not that I'm blaming you. It's the weather that isn't following the script. Edited by member, 16th Oct 2019 7:50 pm
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PhilipInCoventry
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5 of 5  Wed 16th Oct 2019 9:17pm  
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Hi Helen Wave Monday, it started raining here around lunchtime, when the forecast was for later afternoon. In this period of volatile mixing air masses, the rain radar links are all that we have for reliable indicators. Until we pass next Monday, it will be very brave of any forecaster to stick their neck out to predict timing or volumes of rain. An umbrella will be of little use either.
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