Winter? What Winter?

  morddwyd 20:19 15 Feb 2012
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16 degrees on my outside air temp thermometer today.

I know it's hardly a scientific instrument certified for Met Office use, but 16 deg in mid Feb in East Scotland?

  Condom 20:32 15 Feb 2012

Donald Trump live anywhere near your house? :-))

  Quickbeam 21:18 15 Feb 2012

Make the bes of it, you won't get many summer days that warm north of the wall.

  john bunyan 21:27 15 Feb 2012

Maybe you have fohn wind at present.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/es/print.html

  Quickbeam 08:03 16 Feb 2012

john bunyan that's just too much information!

It can be much simplified to, it's colder in the north...

  Quickbeam 08:04 16 Feb 2012

most of the time anyway.

  birdface 09:37 16 Feb 2012

Had a walk up the town and back again yesterday.First time since before Xmas.

Just nice to get out and about again.That was in sunny Northamptonshire.

Had my gloves on mind you till I realised that I did not need them.

  rdave13 10:37 16 Feb 2012

I think this thread is tempting fate......

  Clapton is God 11:01 16 Feb 2012

Is that 16 Centigrade or 16 Fahrenheit?

I assuming, being Scotland, that you're talking Fahrenheit. ;-))

  Quickbeam 11:24 16 Feb 2012

They use the Kelvin scale up there don't they?

  Quickbeam 11:25 16 Feb 2012

rdave13 Absolute fate...

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