From drought to deluge!

eddleston123

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A couple of days ago, the rivers/streams in my area were on the bones of their ar@e.

Today, they are thundering down, hopefully washing away all the sludge and wakening the trout up.

It's amazing what a couple of days will do - Nothing subtle about the weather systems in this country,
every change seems to be 'extreme'

Have you had your share of the rain?


Douglas
 

ROVER

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We have on the Tees, its dumped an extra well needed 0.4m into the system which will hopefully wash away some of the slippy stuff that's gathered on the rocks making wading treacherous lately.
 

eddleston123

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Today, (Peebles, Scottish Borders) The temperature dropped to 3 degrees - yes 3 degrees - around 2pm whilst there was a downpour of sleet.

By 5pm the sun was out, and the temperature rose to 9 degrees.

These weather swings are unprecedented.

The world is doomed.


Douglas
 

easker1

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woke up to snow this morning, slight Hail showers on and off all day, still cold with a NE wind, easker1
 

codyarrow

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No rain as such. Just as well as currently have to go through a ford on a river to get to work. 50p size snowflakes falling as I write.
 

heathenwoods

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Snow's forecast for tomorrow morning (I'm generally fishing at 800ft) but this is too good resist after the river being on its bones for weeks


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