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Yuck! :problem:

I was going to the field today, but opened the curtains this morning and changed my mind. Tomorrow's forecast is pretty much the same too :thumbdown:
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So is most of the week :(

On the bright side I have decorating to do so I will get that done and go out guilt free whenever it does stop :Party:
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Tomorrow is looking dry in the South.
Went out today and was supposed to be light rain showers for the whole session, with 70 to 90% chance of rain. Delayed for an hour and the rain had blown through. Today though was bottle digging rather than detecting.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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With opportunities to get out limited, the weather's norsed me up big time - even down to my fave field having been deep ploughed when it was too wet for that, resulting in its being left until it dries out enough to get the machinery back on to flatten it. And, oh look, it's raining again... :pulling hair out:
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Flippin great isn’t it, just when I get a few days off I’m stuck in because of the rain, to round it off the mother in law is coming to stay a couple of days & she’s bringing her dog with her!
What with the noise, the mess & the smell that’s all I need,
But at least the dog will be no trouble!
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Dave The Slave wrote: Mon Dec 27, 2021 6:19 pm Tomorrow is looking dry in the South.
Are you using the same forecasts we use for sea fishing - a lump of seaweed would do a better job :lol: Today, this part of the South is decidedly WET!
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This is something more accurate :thumbsup:
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DaveP wrote: Tue Dec 28, 2021 11:12 am Are you using the same forecasts we use for sea fishing - a lump of seaweed would do a better job :lol: Today, this part of the South is decidedly WET!
Have to admit the Beeb have got it wrong again.
Definitely rained while i`ve been asleep.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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figgis wrote: Tue Dec 28, 2021 1:37 pm This is something more accurate :thumbsup:
:lol:
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I know it rained last night because this morning I realised that I had left my boots outside and they were soaked inside! :o
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Man up and get out there you ninnies,this is Britain,find a bit of pasture or detect on the headlands if your arable’s too sticky,I’ll post todays finds tomorrow when the light’s returned. :lol:
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:lol:

I spend all my working life out in the vagaries presented by the UK weather and I prefer my leisure time to be somewhat drier/warmer than weekdays allow. :D But you're right - you need to get out there in all sorts of weather because waiting for the prefect day at this time of year could make for a lo-o-ng wait :thumbsup:
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Someone once said” there’s no such thing as bad weather,just the wrong clothing “ :lol:
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Sod the weather i managed to grab a few hours when the rain had finished :thumbsup:
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Metalurgy wrote: Tue Dec 28, 2021 5:06 pm Man up and get out there you ninnies,this is Britain,find a bit of pasture or detect on the headlands if your arable’s too sticky,I’ll post todays finds tomorrow when the light’s returned. :lol:
Sticky arable I can deal with, driving rain not so much.

Forecast says it'll be dry(ish) tomorrow afternoon, so I'll probably have a little go. 14 degrees too, so almost t-shirt weather! :shock:
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