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When is it going to be hot enough to go to Bournemouth beach? :) Watch

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    Just wondering, me and my friends want to go ASAP!
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    ^^
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    Step by step guide:

    1) Leave laptop/PC
    2) Go outside
    3) Look at weather
    4) Decide whether the weather is nice enough for your beach frolicking
    5) If the weather meets your standards then communicate with said friends and arrange rendezvous at Bournemouth
    6) Bring me back some rock
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    (Original post by iainthegreat)
    Step by step guide:

    1) Leave laptop/PC
    2) Go outside
    3) Look at weather
    4) Decide whether the weather is nice enough for your beach frolicking
    5) If the weather meets your standards then communicate with said friends and arrange rendezvous at Bournemouth
    6) Bring me back some rock

    I believe I have found a flaw in your guide! I live in London, temperatures are gonna be different here and we'd have to book train tickets in advance
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    (Original post by London Blue)
    I believe I have found a flaw in your guide! I live in London, temperatures are gonna be different here and we'd have to book train tickets in advance
    Darn


    Find a really long stick, one which will reach from London to Bournemouth. Point it towards Bournemouth and leave it there for around 5 minutes. Then reel the stick back in an feel the end of it. If it's warm then head to the beach. If it's cold and wet then it's raining...or you dipped the end of the stick in the sea.

    Easy
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    yay Bournemouth beach!
    i want to go there too
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    (Original post by iainthegreat)
    Darn


    Find a really long stick, one which will reach from London to Bournemouth. Point it towards Bournemouth and leave it there for around 5 minutes. Then reel the stick back in an feel the end of it. If it's warm then head to the beach. If it's cold and wet then it's raining...or you dipped the end of the stick in the sea.

    Easy
    new flaw if it is cold and raining at some point lets say in the mid section would the stick not get cold and wet as it passes through
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    I'd say hopefully the end of April onwards.

    Check BBC Weather (not the best source I know) to get rough predictions) and you can look for local weather too.
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    (Original post by geekay1)
    new flaw if it is cold and raining at some point lets say in the mid section would the stick not get cold and wet as it passes through
    Good point. If only there was some weather telling system already in place in this country?!
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    (Original post by iainthegreat)
    Good point. If only there was some weather telling system already in place in this country?!
    i think there is one and perhaps what you mean is if only there was some weather telling system that actually works in this country
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    Use BBC's 7 day forecast. srsly.
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    I love reading the Metro the day after it's a hot day. They always send a pervy photographer down to Bournemouth beach to snap the bikinis! :borat:
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    I went in January and it was awesome. Dirty weekends ftw.
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    this is why we NEED global warming

    .....im never walking anywhere again....
 
 
 
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