Weather is typically British
BALMY nights and sunny mornings, July had arrived and we had high expectations of a sizzling summer.But in true British fashion these hopes of endless visits to the beach and the ubiquitous barbecue were dashed when we woke to dull skies and down pours.
BALMY nights and sunny mornings, July had arrived and we had high expectations of a sizzling summer.
But in true British fashion these hopes of endless visits to the beach and the ubiquitous barbecue were dashed when we woke to dull skies and down pours.
After a promising June, July has reminded us never to trust the British weather. So if you were holding out for that week in Cornwall perhaps now is the time to snap up a last minute deal abroad.
The forecast does not look any better over the next few days with plenty of cloud and rain just in time for the weekend.
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Temperatures are struggling to reach a rather pathetic 16 C and it looks like the great British summer will continue to remain an enigma.
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