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Weather Gallery: May 2014

There was an unwelcome cold start to the month with London having enjoyed a somewhat balmy Spring thus far. An Arctic weather front meant frosts for most parts of the UK, followed with cooler, wet weather. Past the mid-month mark, the barometer rose up to average highs, with clear blue sky days dominating (in good time for an East Anglian break away). All this came to a crashing end, with plenty of heavy showers and thunderstorms being seen across the UK and petering out into unsettled and changeable days. Persistent rain on an easterly brought May to a cool, soggy end.

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8 thoughts on “Weather Gallery: May 2014

    1. Si, and you have also stolen our hot Mays from southern Spain and left behind your northern cloudbursts, hail, chill nights and wind-whipped showers.

      But you have left us the gift of myriad beautiful, tall and willowy, wild, spring flowers, present right up to June instead of withering away in the searing sun not long after April.

      So thanks for that.

      1. Well the flowers make it all worthwhile Bryan 🙂
        There’s a lovely traditional Celtic blessing from Scotland, one of the lines goes …..may the rain fall softly on your fields at night……rain is good, but best at night!!

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