Even though officially it’s not been named as a storm (yet) we’ve got another chunk of really horrible weather coming across us today.
Yesterday was yet another epic run out for a gig. I’m getting tired of these two hour journeys now (*there’s light at the end of the tunnel as a local agent has now took us on). The A1 all the way up to Newcastle for a change – no A19 required. A few changes thoughContinue reading “The epic gig.”
The flood barriers were up all around Wakefield yesterday.
It’s about as good as my work gets. Waiting for an intermittent fault to reoccur. I made a coffee. Then it rained.
A stunning storm passed over us just now. We don’t often get really violent thunderstorms in the UK, but this one was very powerful and energetic. The wind really got up at one point – such that I actually thought there was a small tornado nearby. Excuse the state of the garden – we’re inContinue reading “Wrapping up the week with an amazing storm.”
I hope they do actually amount to something. I love thunderstorms!
Yesterday was a very wet day. Storm Ali and Storm Bronagh sweeping in off the Atlantic. First was Ali, on Wednesday; second Bronagh last night overnight (and indeed now whilst I type this). Both storms bringing with them wind and rain. Yesterday however, the calm between the storms was nothing like. A band of rainContinue reading “The end of the world again?”
Today is what is known as a “rainy day”. After 50 odd days with hardly any rainfall, coupled with temperatures in the high 20’s most days it feels amazing to get a change in the weather. Especially now as Lancashire is under a hosepipe ban, this is such a relief.