Today’s Pictures: 4 Nov 20

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4 thoughts on “Today’s Pictures: 4 Nov 20

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  2. Your landscape is starting to look very end-of-autumn-like. But we’re covered in snow – it’s been snowing non-stop for three days, although the sun is out now – so a very different vista. 🙂

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    1. You’re right, Lynette. We had our first frost yesterday, and mist and fog are forecast for the next few days, though it’s clear here this morning. But, we’re also forecast some milder weather over the weekend. One of the factors of living on an island is the variability of weather, and, of course, with the mess we’ve made of the atmosphere, that is now a little more extreme than it used to be. October was the 5th wettest since records began. Wonder how November will turn out.
      Stay warm and keep safe.

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