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Discussion in 'Weather' started by aggravated farmer, Jan 5, 2015.
I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes
The rain is all around me
And the growing goes
Nice morning, 8mm total for the week. looks to be warming up at last
Fine this morning, slight frost overnight. Total rain for the past week 22 mm.. Crops are motoring now.
Lovely here just mowed off 12 acres. Quick coffee then get ploughing 15 acres for wild bird seed mix for neighbour .
Nice but caught a sharp rain for an hour or so mid afternoon.
Dry today , just! Needs a day or two to dry out before mowing though , driving through puddled gateways to mow isnt a great start
Glorious sunshine this morning...beautiful.
Bloody lovely, 4 months of this please
Same again, this till Oct would be nice
One wet night a week would be ok ... Fri or Sat night would suit me.
I could live with one wet night a week in October
Hot dry ,wind strong and drying out.
You lads are seriously depressing me.
Best we have had for weeks is 1.2mm here in East Aberdeenshire.
We are better than you in E Berwickshire at 25mm April and 14mm so far this month but when you take into account !st April to 1st April was 412mm 16.5" in old money its still the driest in the 35 years (average 25" 625mm) I have been here.
Right across the country rivers are very dry, as previous post stated not getting down very deep just going down the cracks into the drains.
Grass all baled and wrapped up, Nitrogen on ...ready for some more rain now .
It's a lovely morning .
Bright again this morning, East wind of the sea holding the temperatures down for the next couple of days. Wouldn't say no to a bit more rain .
Had arranged to shear this week, set it all up about 3 months ago, bunch of small flocks on the list and the shearer coming from hours away (we have so few around here). Now about 2 inches of rain in the past 36 hours, tons of wind, super cold (almost freezing) supposed to go on for about 10 days. No shearing. Last week it was HOT. 80-90F. At least the grass will grow. And we won't run out of water this summer.