The View from Up Here.

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Good five inches here in Burnley - we are quite high up - there is not as much down in the town.
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Nice pics Wendy. Ian is right, by 21:00 last night, thankfully, it had all gone. Light sleet this morning......
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After the rain and hail this morning....through the bathroom window. You can just see the ponies with their soaking coats by the wall.

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That hail shower we had with the thunder at about 15:00 was quite heavy and it surprised me how long the drifts of hail persisted. It must have been accompanied by a sharp drop in temperature.
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If you look at yesterday's results from our weather station you can see the drop in temperature HERE
We flatlined before midday yesterday as the wi-fi was out for a couple of hours.
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Another beautiful evening...

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Lovely Wendy, LBH at its very best!
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Thanks Wendy - that looks fantastic!
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Smashing picture Wendy and perfect representation of how hot I felt coming off Weets yesterday on my walk!
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Is it misty in Barlick this morning?

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It was, sunshine now though. Not sure how long that will last
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It wasn't as thick as it looks there when you were immersed in it....
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Something shiny and new has arrived in my view.....I really didn't need to know the exact position of Euravia in Kelbrook!

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You can see the new housing development growing at Salterforth too.
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Well at least you can keep your eye on a bit of the Northern Powerhouse, Wendy! :smile:
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The chimney must be an exhaust to lift the fumes from aircraft engine testing above the residents of Kelbrook....my nose will be on full alert! :grin:
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Itf's foggy this morning down here Wendy, get ready for another pic.....
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I keep meaning to ask Wendy does the cuckoo return to the cloughs in Spring still? I always listened for it when I lived in Kelbrook.
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Yes, we often hear cuckoos in spring Moh.
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I can't remember the last time I heard one in Barlick.....
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OK thanks Stanley - spending a lot of time at the caravan and I have no internet up there.
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That must be restful!
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No, quite frustrating.
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The combine is out cutting barley in the Sandbeds field across the valley, the ground is very wet though. The stalks must just be chopped up and spat out, there is never any straw left.

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I guess this is a view from down here!
Teasels flower heads against a background of unusual clouds at sunset in South Somerset on 7th September 2016.

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