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I took the afternoon off today to visit Belsay Hall a local stately home and garden. It was a lovely visit, hot and sunny (well to me anyway). Coming home I saw some dramatic clouds and now we're having a heavy thundershower :)
Well Marsue, I lived in Maine for 10 years so hot and sunny would be in the 90s there, but here, 75F is considered hot. I prefer around 60F :) I love being back home, even though some of my friends, colleagues and family think 50F is cold!
Here's another shot from Wednesday, looking the other way from the photo in my first post.
Thanks for the kind comments everyone :)
That last one really looks threatening, Knip! Hot and sunny where I live would be in the 90's, also, and humid as well! 50's, if not cold, would at least be chilly! LOL
All depends on what you are accustomed to!
Yes I'm only a few miles from the Scotland border. We get a lot of windy weather off the North Sea. I'd say average summer temps are about 65-75F. Winter is about 40F. There is a lot more cloudy weather, not so many blue skies as in Maine, but I love it. Today's been in the mid 60'sF.