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  1. Richard Brown

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    Isn't our weather changeable. Well it certainly is here in Britain, which is why we Brits are renowned for discussing it.

    I thought this topic would give us an opportunity to post weather related photos and to discuss aspects, such as cloud types, what they mean and forecasting - good or worse than useless?

    Without any more ado, I am posting some cloud photos here. A picture is better than 1,000 words.

    The first three are of cirrus clouds which had formed over W Kent while the Icelandic volcano was erupting during May 2011.

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    We had some crazy weather yesterday! Tornado watches and hail!
     
  3. Richard Brown

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    We are seeing a film of a tornado forming over water on today's news. I feel for You folks in the USA suffering the extremes of weather.

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    Well - it's 24C here today - about 75F - as close as we get here to a heat wave...

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    Yay! Tims got sun!!!. Great, I don't feel so bad now. Don't forget the old suncream mind! I have clouds but it's nice and toasty in SW Somerset.
     
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    I live in Puerto Rico and the tropical rainy season has begun. No matter how much we P.R.'s try to "terraform" our little island, Nature has her way. I live out in the country, so a rainstorm is actually a pleasant and cathartic experience, but it has been raining so much these past few days that I am just waiting to hear David Attenburough pop out of a bush and say, "And here we have the native Puerto Rican in his natural environment. Every morning, just after the sun rises...." in his oh-so-cultured voice. :)
     
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    . He's a god in UK! One of our best exports.
     
  8. Richard Brown

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    it's getting sunnier here. Just enjoyed dessert on the decking. Bliss and sun!!!

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    22°C for me ! Sunny and cloudy. Perfect for me, not too hot, not too cold.
     
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    Nice and hot now. I guess 20C . Just completed some repairs to our old garden wall.

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