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It'll make a change from beer and frogs.
fennel tea all round
just a suggestion Baz..tried newts?
aaah! fennel tea..hands over mug for a fill....
As is commonly the case at this time range there are large uncertainties in the forecast, although the most probable outcome is for changeable conditions to prevail. Rainfall amounts are most likely to be near or above average for the time of year generally across the UK, with southwestern regions, if anywhere, (like Charlton Park maybe?) perhaps best favoured for below average rainfall. There is a corresponding signal for less sunshine than we see on average in July. Similarly, whilst temperature levels are quite uncertain, the chances of very warm conditions prevailing over the period as a whole are considered very low.
Updated: 1157 on Wed 27 Jun 2012
so there's hope but go find your wellies
Come equipped for the worst and everything else is a bonus!
Hurrah for Summer!
IMHO its gonna be muddy ! it was the same kinda weather pattern floods and lots of rain country wide when we had Womud , To me the area is in some kinda rain wind tunnel with a high prospect of rain even in dry months and we have mostly had a little bit of rain at every charlton park womad ( good for keeping the dust down) what is needed is a full ney comprehensive assessment of the ground conditions regards getting all sorts of vehicles onto site . Im not that techno savy myself but does anybody have any ideas how we might take a collective responsibility and be able to inform each other of the actual conditions so we can all make informed decisions.
But the long range forecast looks a little more hopeful today - this is it for 15-29 July. Ignore the bit about Northern parts being warmest (unless you're Cal & Del), I haven't bought my wellies......yet!
"There are always uncertainties at this forecast range, but there are signs of more settled weather. Rainfall amounts are likely to be near or below average for July, with the best chance of dry weather probably later on. Temperatures will probably be near or above average across the UK, with northern parts possibly faring best compared to regional averages. Any warm or very warm days are more likely to come later in July rather than mid-month. Sunshine amounts are likely to be around average."
It will probably have changed back to wet and cold by monday though!
It will be so unbelevable hot,
just like my spelling
Maybe we should start a Womad CP sundance thread? Doing a little dance now Only a little on mind, still suffering bruises and strains inflicted during the mudfest at Beatherder
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