Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Yes you guessed ...

It's still very warm ...

Currently 31 degrees at 18:30hrs after an earlier high of 32.5 degrees at 15:00hrs. The cicadas are still going to town with their grasping chorus. The nearest one is moving higher up the tree on a daily basis.

The sparrows have been here early for their supper, insistent as usual. A slight cooling breeze detected running right to left or from west to east if you prefer a compass position.

Holiday fans who trust the BBC for their holiday weather, have been trumpeting about a high of 41 degrees tomorrow. Someone just preached to me about it, having just arrived today.

The BBC have just revised their forecast down to 37 degrees, and rain from 3pm. Their forecast is based on the nearest "appropriate location" which is over 60 miles away on the mainland. Rather than here in the Sporades islands themselves.

Perhaps the BBC and new arrivals, can forecast a phenomenon like rain, which no one else seems to be able to. Storm chasers, and new arrivals, brollies to the ready tomorrow afternoon.

Things are looking up - a young lady has just ridden by on a bike waving to me.

Must find where my glasses are ...

If anyone knows 'mury' then get hold of them quick. The tiebreaker for the competition is unanswered. Simon has posted, last chance to win ...

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