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7 hours ago, Woodworks said:

Yep 13" of rain in the last month according to our weather station. Mind you only half that amount near Tiverton 

I think we must be in a wet spot near Cullompton. We've not got a rain gauge here (yet) but judging by how the buckets and pots fill up in the garden it's been at least 12 inches. 

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3 minutes ago, Big J said:

I think we must be in a wet spot near Cullompton. We've not got a rain gauge here (yet) but judging by how the buckets and pots fill up in the garden it's been at least 12 inches. 

Reminds me of some posts by TDC ...

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1 minute ago, Stubby said:

Reminds me of some posts by TDC ...

TCD rather than TDC? 

 

I'm not complaining really. The rain is a pain, but we knew it could be wet down here before we moved. Better that than continuous drizzle and biting easterlies, which are characteristic of the East of Scotland.

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Don't worry, the rest of the country isn't missing out, it's been a mild but wet autumn/start to winter here in London too.

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