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Old January 14th 19, 03:15 PM posted to uk.sci.weather
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Default Penzance Weather - Nothing exciting really

I may have been a bit quiet lately as so little has happened on the weather front. We did manage an air frost (-0.1C) on 10th, the 1st of the winter, but that's about as exciting as it's been.

As for maximum temperatures, despite forecasts of 'it'll be colder tomorrow' or 'it'll be milder tomorrow', in practice.
Max Temp
6th 10.7
7th 11.3
8th 10.8
9th 10.3
10th 10.1
11th 10.7
12th 11.2
.. . you get the idea. It's been very hard to distinguish 1 day from another.

Even the surfs a mess now we have NW winds.

On the plus side there are loads of flowers out, not just the usually daffodils & camelias, but daiseys dandelions, and my euryops are in full flower. A euryops https://www.gardensonline.com.au/Upl...natisWs700.jpg )

Still even having so little of anything (wind, sun, rain, cold, fog, hail etc. you name it - we've very little) is in itself become notable.

Changes imminent (alledgedly!)

Graham
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Old January 14th 19, 03:28 PM posted to uk.sci.weather
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Default Penzance Weather - Nothing exciting really

On Monday, 14 January 2019 16:15:34 UTC, Graham Easterling wrote:

As for maximum temperatures, despite forecasts of 'it'll be colder tomorrow' or 'it'll be milder tomorrow'

Yes, the southwest quadrant of the UK has been least affected by the limited mobility - there has been very little activity here either, although there has been more of a temperature contrast between the air masses due to being away from the tempering effects of all that ocean aroud you :-)

Changes imminent (alledgedly!)

Oh yes!

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