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Rain over the Hill

Rain coming in over the Hill (photos by David G):

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Parwich.org exclusive: our own David G has located three new paintings from Picasso’s ‘Blue Period’. They are thought to be the documented, but never previously seen series entitled “Sea or Sky“.

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

It’s too early for autumn! This unseasonal weather doesn’t look like changing in the coming week though, so expect more of the same – cool temperatures, breezy and showery conditions. Time for a break in the Med? ……

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Parwich pot of gold!

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Photos by David G

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The Sky Tonight

If there is a clear sky tonight, watch out for the combination of full moon (a so called ‘supermoon‘, as its position in the sky creates an optical illusion of being significantly larger than normal) and the Persied meteor shower.

(See http://www.itv.com/news/2014-08-08/dramatic-supermoon-to-light-up-skies-alongside-meteor-shower/ )

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

Just think….all that water falling today (Sunday) started its journey to us in the Caribbean Sea! Perhaps it would stay there in future?

Our lovely dry warm summer seems to have well and truly broken, and even my (still) broken rain gauge seems to have been shocked into life temporarily.

After today’s deluge, the weather for the coming weeks looks like being generally unsettled with blustery showers or longer periods of rain. Not a great week in prospect weather-wise……

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

The weather pattern has definitely changed to a more unsettled state, with showers looking likely in the coming week. The weather conditions for the Parwich Panoramic Five race on Tuesday evening look like being changeable with some showers forecast and average temperatures for the time of year which will suit the runners.

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

The wonderful 2014 summer continues, and rain gauge or not it’s pretty irrelevant.

Some high temperatures were recorded this past week, but the weather has changed into a cooler, fresher pattern, maybe with some showers in the coming week. In the longer term, things look a little more changeable, but not much prolonged rain is forecast.

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Photos by David G

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Stormy night

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Photo by Stephen J

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

Following on from a long relatively dry spell, Saturday night brought some much needed rain for the gardens. The week ahead looks like there isn’t much persistent rain on the horizon, but it will feel a little cooler and fresher. There is some showery weather forecast toward the end of the week.

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updated 10/7/14

Here is a summary of the Wakes 2014 reports and photographs posted here at parwich.org, do send us any further information or photographs to parwich@hotmail.co.uk (we would particularly welcome any photos of the Sunday and Friday evenings):

Saturday 28th – Odd Fellows Parade & Carnival

Sunday 29th St Peter’s Day – Camp Site Events & Treasure Hunt

Monday 30th – Children’s Sports

Tuesday 1st – Hill Races

Wednesday 2nd – Family Fun & Games

Thursday 3rd – Film Night

Friday 4th – Traditional Race Night

As always a big thank you to the organisers, all the volunteers and all the participants that make Wakes the highlight of our Community’s year. The Carnival & Recreation Committee always does us proud!

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The rain cloud on Tuesday evening certainly wasn’t welcomed by the runners, but it did result in some interesting photos. Firstly here are three by David G taken from the village:

and the others are by Peter T taken from the Hill:

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Photos by Sue C

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Photos by David G

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

High pressure continues to dominate, giving us a beautiful day for Open Gardens, and a fine start to the week. It looks like the weather could be breaking down toward the end of the week though – but at this stage it’s pretty much guesswork. Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a fine Wakes!

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

The week ahead looks like a good one for silaging as high pressure is forecast to dominate for some days ahead. There may be variable amounts of cloud, but little or no precipitation looks likely.

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

We’ve been lucky this weekend with a dry slot in between unsettled weather patterns. Sadly Monday will see a return of damp and cool conditions for the rest of the week ahead.

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

We don’t need a rain gauge to know it’s wet – just as well!

Sadly, it doesn’t look like getting much better with low pressure dominating this week. So, more of the same in prospect for the coming period, with no obvious let up in the showery conditions.

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Early Morning

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Photo by Esther T

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

More showery weather on the cards for the next few days (but we still can’t measure how much rain!). Looks like it might get a bit more settled towards the end of the week though. Fingers crossed.

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

Apologies for the lack of rain data – my rain gauge has given up, and awaits repair.

After a lovely Bank Holiday weekend, the weather looks a little more changeable for the coming working week with more sunshine and showers on the cards. Good growing weather!

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

April showers bring May flowers…… just about sums up the coming week.

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A misty start

Though the weekend has started in rain and mist, let’s hope the weather picks up for tomorrow’s St. George’s celebrations.

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Photo by David G.

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

Looks like we will avoid the worst of the rain locally during what’s left of the Easter weekend, but the coming week looks a bit wetter than recently with changeable conditions persisting through the working week ahead.

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

Still having problems with the rain gauge. It looks like it was working OK on Monday, but I know we had some rain yesterday which wasn’t recorded. I think it’s the reed switch in the gauge so it might be out of action for a while. Let’s see.

The week ahead looks pretty good until Thursday or so, but then I always feel that in the UK we have 4 days or so where predictions are reasonably accurate – beyond that is “educated” guesswork. With our country being close to the Atlantic, the Gulf Stream, and the solid land mass of Central Europe, there are just too many variables to make long range weather forecasting anything other than statistical observations.

Let’s keep our fingers crossed for the Easter weekend – I have left the garden furniture under wraps until this weekend. Last year a week after I got them out we had a foot of snow!

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

On inspecting the data for last week, it seems I might have a problem with the rainfall recording, so please treat rainfall data with suspicion. Hopefully I will get the opportunity to check it next weekend or over Easter.

The week ahead looks better after Monday which looks to be a bit wet (although you might not know how wet based on the above!!).

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Our Weatherman-in-the-Village says:

Last week was definitely on the cool side as predicted, but we were rewarded with a lovely weekend, with temperatures nudging 17c. The week ahead looks better once Tuesday is out of the way.

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Our Weatherman in the Village, says:

Just to remind us it’s still early in the year, the weather has turned a bit chillier this weekend (although not quite as extreme as this time last year!). The week in prospect looks likely to remain cooler, with some night frosts prospect.

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Our Weatherman in the Village, says:

Spring has definitely sprung, and this week has been glorious – very dry and good temperatures. The early part of the coming week looks dry, with the possibility of wetter weather toward the end of the week.

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If it feels like Spring …
It must be …

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Photo taken this morning by David G.

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Who is the f… …

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Where’s my ****** reflection gone!” Photo by John F-S.

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No smoke without fire?

Though in this case the fire is some 92 million miles away.

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Photos of this morning’s sun drying the garden fence taken by David G. (more…)

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Photos by David G
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Roots n’all (more…)

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Public meeting

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

There are definitely signs of early Spring in the air – curlews, noticeably lighter nights, lots of birdsong, and the temperatures are generally improving (see week averages). It was even a bit drier this week.

The unsettled weather pattern persists into the coming week, with rain or wintry showers never far away. Nothing too dramatic on the horizon though…….

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Our Weatherman in the Village says:

Even more rain recorded than last week, but hopefully this week will be a little less stormy. Still unsettled with low pressure systems running through, but it looks like the storms will be a little less intense. Some dry days possible during the coming week. Phew!

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Between Storms?

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Thank you to David G for these photos taken this afternoon.  (more…)

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Monsdale Lane Blocked

Thank you to David G. For letting us know that Monsdale Lane is blocked by a fallen tree (branches?), just beyond the Cuckoo Gate.

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