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Weather Warning.

Weather Warning.

No offence meant ;-)

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Hi

Having seeing the sites earlier, I think us northerners will have start to with long trousers first, may be the Big coat later.

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Son number 2 has just got home from his day job, and changed into shorts and tee shirt. That's what he wears every morning to open the newsagents at 4.00 am, lol. 😆

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As a southerner l laughed and was not offended at all. Xxx👍😀

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As a southerner, that's hilarious! 😊 In fact it's just a bit windy down here, nothing to write home about

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As a northerner with family down south I think we have had warmer weather this winter

,I have camberly on my weather chart and Hecky on another and check both every day but the wind has been bad today

Take care

Dorothy

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Hecky....as in Heckmondwike??? I'm in mirfield 😀

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Yes I'm in Heckmondwike

Take care

Dorothy

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Hi we are in Mirfield also. Mite be neighours nearly. Regards

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Here in Dorset it's been fairly sunny this afternoon, but very windy.

I am going out later though, in spite of your very thoughtful warning Don-1931version, we southerners are tougher than you think! Besides, I shall be in the car with the heater on and a big coat on the back seat, just in case. :-)

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They're just nesh down there.

Good Yorkshire word, that.

K x

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I'm from Yorkshire but never heard that word....what does it mean exactly ?? I'm guessing it means "soft"

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Yup. In particular soft about weather and going out.

K

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It's used a lot in Cheshire too.

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The storm is making itself felt in Norfolk. My side gate keeps being blown open. I tried to take George for a walk, he nearly got blown away. Trees have been blown over. Emergency sirens going off all day. I live within earshot of the fire station. Saw a lot of ambulances too, with blue lights.

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Dave picked a dry 30 minutes & took Ollie out, Ollie was well pleased to come home. X

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Love it! We had a fair bit of snow this morning and a bit of a kerfuffle on the M80. We're definitely getting softer up here because the winters are getting milder. They actually closed some schools locally and there was only about four inches of snow.

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What I want to know, Don, is - where exactly is the line between north and south? Manchester? Birmingham? Watford Junction? Do tell! :D

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I'm told that ladies travelling north

Feel a real compunction

To put their liberty bodice on

When reaching Watford Junction. ;-)

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You've got it Don. I used to live near Slough and always understood that anywhere north of Watford was foreign parts. Now I've grown up I know it's a little further up than that, but not much! :-)

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I am a northerner born and bred

But live down south now as I have said

Now I'm wimpy and have got very soft

In the rain and cold I always cough.

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Love it 😂😂😂😂...BTW I'm a northerner

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I get vertigo north of Watford Gap.

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very good thank you - of course here in Cornwall we're already into Spring ha ha xxx

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