Menoteorology [me-not-e-or-alllodgy]; the condition of watching the weather, part 4

Am short on time and inspiration... hence a re-post. This, as you note from the title, was the followup to some others; Part 1, Part 2, Part 3... just in case you are in need of some entertainment. It was the move into The Hutch after the great inter-continental shift. This was originally posted March two years ago. Today being May, I can tell you, it's much the same...

Picking up from the matter of arrival and the hectic journey through inclement weather, I thought now I would share with you some of the "now you see me now you don't" photos taken thus far... 

Most days one can see the whole gamut within the 24 hours.  The last two days though have been wwaaaayyyy nasty. Dad and Mac2 came for a flying visit yesterday - and it nearly was, (flying, that is), the wind was that high.  Visibility was disappointing, as I wanted to show off to them how it could be. More on their visit later.  Here's the weather report.


South by South-East and we have a white out.  Shipping are advised to use fog warning systems and all yachts and water sportsters are advised to desist from entering the estuary.










To the West we have similar and worsening conditions.  All roadsters and walk-hounds are advised... don't.












Back to the SSE we find that visibility has improved.

For frogs.













...hold on though, a wind burst has cleared the obscuration and land has been sighted on yonder shore...












Meanwhile, back in the West the sky has withdrawn it's frills; trees are again seen marching the hills.












Sunset now and it has cleared at last














The next day dawns - blue sky! What a blast...

2 comments:

  1. Hello, we have the same dreary weather here minus the blue skies. I am hoping for a sunny day soon. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!

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