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    I just saw a break in the clouds revealing blue sky!

    Has anyone actually seen the sun lately?
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    27 degrees & sunny forecast for London, saturday.

    Summer at last.
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    The what now?
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    Autumn's here, wet & windy, Greece is nice at this time of the year.
    Spot the people who went to the Med - they have a monochrome tan.

    Good luck to them, if it prevents the onset of S.A.D.
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    it's warm and sunny here in Manc too :woo:
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    August 2008 "dullest in the UK since records began" - official.
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    (Original post by NJA)
    I just saw a break in the clouds revealing blue sky!
    Now, now, the hallucinations won't stop unless you take your medication. Now stop this crazy talk about the "sun" and fetch me an umbrella.
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    I fancy a few days in the sun.
    Still 30+ in Greece, 27 in South of France, more in Spain.

    Anyone suggest any nice locations?
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    Darfur is really nice this time of year.
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    I seriously considered Corfu, but the total cost of £400 seemed too much for pampering my body with sunshine for a couple of days.
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    It's really sunny where I am
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    (Original post by Girl.Scout)
    It's really sunny where I am
    This doesn't look too sunny, is theer a webcam nearer 2 u, I need sun.
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    (Original post by NJA)
    This doesn't look too sunny, is theer a webcam nearer 2 u, I need sun.
    Not at present, it's 9.30pm! But in the day it is...
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    (Original post by Girl.Scout)
    Not at present, it's 9.30pm! But in the day it is...
    Ah, so it was really sunny where you are.

    Here's Tokyo
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    Any Scottish people here?
    Have you read this?
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    I fancy some sun- I think it was nice a couple of days ago, which was extroadinary coz I live in North Wales when I'm at home and Lancaster! I've begun to believe they're the rainiest places in Britain. There's actually a covered walkway known as the spine on Lancaster campus because it rains so much. You can get kicked out if you're discovered walking along the top of it :p:
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    It's winter in my heart
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    As in "The Sun", yes i do like reading it now and again especially the 3rd page when im feeling lonley.... Oh my mistake your talking about the sun as in the weather. No i haven't seen him for some time now.
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    Last of the summer whine

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/5day.shtml?world=0008
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    It was nice and sunny in Malton today (ok technically yesterday). I was there at Flamingoland
 
 
 
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