Who's nicked all the rain out of a showery forecast????


We had 5mm.

Forecasts keep changing though - last week they forecast a dry warm June, this week it all turned to a wet 10 days and now they are saying sunshine and showers and all the days keep changing.


Arable Farmer
south norfolk
Had a bit early evening yesterday and grand total of 1.5mm.then heard it pouring during the night.i sleep about 3ft from velux windows on roof and sounded like someone tipping shingle onto roof so expected a large amount in rain gauge.now up to 3mm with yesterday’s rain?

had e nuff

Nice rain last night and things are turning greener. Feels like October this morning though, was cold in the parlour. Other lad said it was only 4 degrees when he turned out.


They were discussing the new 5G roll out and the microwave frequency it will use is 24GHz? and the precipitation weather satellites (already in orbit!) are assigned 23.3GHz on the spectrum. They currently give 10 hours notice of actual rain fall by bouncing the radiation waves into the clouds to measure there water contents - once 5G is being transmitted in any given area then that reduces down to only 3 hours! due to spill over. 5G is like sitting beside a fat person on a bus or airplane, it pumps out the power overwhelming everything close.

It all comes back to money, who's lining who's pocket for the frequencies - and as normal at the cost of scientific use, humanity, for the few stinking rich who couldn't care less. Sounds Like C-19, Trump and the Conservative party.
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Early moves to target wild oats

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“The variability of crops and situations this season means decisions for appropriate Axial Pro rates and application techniques will need to be made on a field-by-field basis,” she advised.


Miss Wood urges...