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Emily069
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WHY OH WHY!?!?!

I want to walk places and run around on the beach!!!

What do you think? Enjoy the rain? Going on holiday to escape it this year?
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That's because we are in England .
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It's hot, bright blue sunshine here in Brighton :cool:
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:laugh:
And i've just come back from a country that was at least 40C everyday!!! Most of the time it was 44C (100+ F).
At night it was at least 27C

England..............:erm:
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(Original post by SnowAngel)
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And i've just come back from a country that was at least 40C everyday!!! Most of the time it was 44C (100+ F).
At night it was at least 27C

England..............:erm:

Wow! Where did you go!?!
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It's sunny where I am
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(Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
It's sunny where I am
why aren't you running around in the sun!?!

Blargh.
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Read this article, MET Office are *******

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...cle2406414.ece

Experts said the “barbecue summer” will be so much warmer and drier than normal that the climate will resemble holiday hotspots like Spain’s Costa del Sol.


Sizzler ... summer to be great for grills
British tourism and farming should be boosted and Government departments have been put on alert for the possibility of a heatwave.

The alert came as the Met Office put the odds of above average temperatures and below average rainfall at two in three.

Chief meteorologist Ewen McCallum said: “In the last two summers we hit the pits of misery.

“We had near-record rainfall, a windy, cloudy summer and temperatures were down.

“The signs are much more promising this year. There will be several episodes where the temperature will go above 30°C.

“Last summer it hit 30°C once. That’s unusual as we’ve been heading into that region regularly in the last ten years due to global warming.


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“This trend will lead to better summers than we’ve had for some time.This year we’re likely to see a prolonged spell of warm weather with more chances of getting the barbecue out and going into the garden.”

Mr McCallum said the long-range forecast shows a “strong signal” of good weather.
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