Looking breezy and possibly a tad wet...
Mr Fells, how could you..............
I think you'll find its a drove of flying pigs, unless my Wenglish has failed me again.
If they are flying, isn't it a "Squadron"
Andy Dalby gave me a pig. Might get it to fly at Salcombe
Good question - what are a lot of pigs called - googled it before the first post and the link is attached...........
Sod the pigs...Cats & Dogs are looking very likely.
If you look closely, you will notice that Salcombe is just far enough south to snag the high pressure.
Sunny side up, F3-4 giving it beans, baking bacon, nice and toasty - ice cream conditions please Cap' Morgan.
The forecast I am looking at says sunny and a gentle breeze, dropping off to nothing by the end of the week. But when did Salcombe ever do anything any forecast says?
A Chapter of Hogs?(HarleyOwnersGroup)Chopped Hog, a lightened customised one or a lighted porker after a roasting and carve up.
I'd prefer to believe the link below..........
Xc give it a solid f4 most days with sunshine, but who cares we are in salcombe, and what will be will be
Lovely morning today!
Wind Guru has Salcombe (Thurlstone) at a 3mph (gusting 4mph!) westerly for Sunday..........sounds perfect :)
Then it starts to get really windy 6mph for Monday.......
Metcheck appears to have gone mad for Monday. 81mph gusting 97mph
if it makes you feel any better metcheck thinks it will be 141mph gusting 192mph in manchester on the monday.
Former Whitstable Pro
Met check is ahead of us all measuring the downdraft from Charles helicopter !!
Having seen this forecast, Jo is refusing to fly spinnaker; what do the rerst of you do with recalcitrant crew?
We had our own freak storm in Calgary today.
Does William have any message for his dad Liam?
Was that Liam breaking wind again?